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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014
Why did Mario Balotelli start crying after he was substituted against Napoli during Milan's 3-1 loss at the Stadio San Paolo on Sunday? The former Manchester City striker broke down in tears immediately after his substitution. While reports in Italy claim Balotelli was crying because of racist abuse from the ... Read the whole story
Jose Mourinho responded to Manuel Pellegrini's jibe that Chelsea is a 'rich horse' in the Premier League title race by accusing his club Manchester City of spending money on players without regard to UEFA's financial fair play rules, which are set to go into effect on July 1st. The rules ... Read the whole story
Mesut Ozil, Arsenal's record 42.5 million pound ($70 million) signing from Real Madrid last summer, was vilified by some Gunners supporters for his part in Saturday's 5-1 Premier League humiliation at Anfield, particularly for losing the ball in the build-up to the third and fourth goals. On Tuesday, Arsenal coach ... Read the whole story
The Irish Independent serves up a report of Manchester United's player spending since the club was bought by American mogul Malcolm Glazer in May 2005, and finds that Arsenal is the only English club to have spent less than United in the transfer market that has also participated in the ... Read the whole story
Le Parisien reports that David Beckham is in talks with the Qatari owners of Paris Saint-Germain about possibly adding their financial muscle to his MLS venture in Miami. Qatar Sports Investments has spent more than 300 million euros ($409 million) to bolster PSG's roster since taking over the club in ... Read the whole story
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi is just three league goals shy of becoming the third-highest scoring player in La Liga history. Messi has racked up 225 goals in 262 appearances for Barcelona since making his debut in 2004, putting him just two behind former Real Madrid striker Antonio Di Stefano and ... Read the whole story
Romelu Lukaku underlined his ambition to be one of the world's top strikers by insisting that he needs to be playing in the UEFA Champions League next year in order to follow in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney. The 21-year-old Chelsea striker is currently on loan with ... Read the whole story
Yaya Toure on Tuesday escaped an automatic three-match ban for violent conduct after the Ivorian allegedly kicked out at Norwich striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel during Manchester City's 0-0 draw with Norwich at Carrow Road on Saturday. Earlier, Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho hit out at Toure's retaliation, calling on the FA ... Read the whole story


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