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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, Jan. 3, 2014
Despite tabloid claims in Italy and England to the contrary, MLSSoccer.com is reporting that AS Roma and USA international midfielder Michael Bradley will not leave the Serie A giant during the January transfer window. In recent weeks, the central midfielder has been linked to Cardiff City, Fulham and Southampton in ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho on Friday insisted that Chelsea is not interested in Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain and that playmaker Juan Mata is not for sale. Responding to a report in the Daily Telegraph earlier Friday that the former Real Madrid coach seeks a reunion with Higuain in London, Mourinho said: "No. ... Read the whole story
Despite only barely making it onto the team sheet for Barnsley's New Year's Day clash against Birmingham City, Brek Shea managed to put in a "fantastic" first performance for his new temporary employer, lasting 75 minutes in a 1-1 draw. The USA international joined the bottom-of-the-table second division club on ... Read the whole story
Southampton has said it does not want referee Mark Clattenburg to officiate any more of its games until the club's complaint about his conduct toward Adam Lallana in the Saints' 2-1 loss at Everton has been "properly resolved." The Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) on Friday ruled that Clattenburg ... Read the whole story
AS Roma midfield general Daniele De Rossi revealed that he would have committed suicide had he moved to Manchester United during the summer. The Red Devils had made a bid for Italy international toward the end of the summer transfer window, but it came too late for the club to ... Read the whole story
Arsenal is reportedly eyeing Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa's $52.5 million buyout clause, the Daily Star reports. Costa, 25, has scored an astonishing 19 goals in 17 La Liga games this season, and Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger may be forced to pounce, considering that Nicklas Bendtner will be out for ... Read the whole story
The most anticipated haircut in soccer finally took place on Thursday with Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone finally chopping off his 'Huddlefro' for Cancer Research UK. Huddlestone had vowed to grow his hair for charity until he broke his personal scoring drought, which lasted from April 2011 until last Saturday's ... Read the whole story


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