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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, March 25, 2014
On the day that Julian Green's change of international association was officially approved by FIFA, USA Today talks with the young Bayern Munich striker's father, Jerry Green, who recalls his son's development as both a player and a person across two different continents. While Julian, 18, spent most of his ... Read the whole story
With a win against Hertha Berlin on Tuesday, reigning Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich can once again become the first team from a major European league to lock down its domestic league title, a feat that would be achieved even earlier than last year. Though there are eight games remaining in ... Read the whole story
Bayern Munich on Monday announced that Brazil international Dante had signed a new contract that would keep the central defender with the Bundesliga champion until the summer of 2017. "Joining Bayern was the best decision of my life," the 30-year-old said of the new deal. "Everything is good here, the ... Read the whole story
The Guardian is reporting on Tuesday that members of FIFA's executive committee considered a plot to remove Michael Garcia, the former FBI investigator who now heads the investigatory chamber of FIFA's ethics committee, after he turned up unannounced in Zurich last week to speak to those members of the executive ... Read the whole story
Spain's referees' committee (CTA) on Monday reported Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo to the Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) following their criticism of Undiano Mallenco, the referee who oversaw Sunday's 'Clasico' between Real and Barcelona. Mallenco awarded three penalties during Barca's 4-3 win- two for the visitor and one ... Read the whole story
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti criticized referee Undiano Mallenco following his team's 4-3 loss to Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday. In particular, the Italian highlighted the red card to Sergio Ramos, which left Real with ten men for the final 25 minutes, during which time Barca scored twice ... Read the whole story


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