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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, May 30, 2014
Cristiano Ronaldo has now joined up with the Portugal squad, but ESPN reports that the Real Madrid forward is still troubled by the thigh injury that hampered the last few months of the club season for him. Ronaldo completed just two of Madrid's last 10 games before the UEFA Champions ... Read the whole story
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque on Thursday sounded more confident that Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa would be able to make the final cut when he unveils the reigning world champion's final 23-man squad for the tournament on Saturday. Read the whole story
If World Cup predictions are anything to go by, then it seems as if host country Brazil has already won this one. In a report on World Cup predictions using data and modeling, the AFP notes that investment banks, physicists, and bookmakers are all bullish on Brazil bringing the world's ... Read the whole story
Steven Gerrard has hit back at former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes' recent assessment that United and England striker Wayne Rooeny could be past his peak. Gerrard, the current Liverpool and England captain, said: "I think Paul Scholes was wrong. Wayne has been Manchester United's best player throughout the season, ... Read the whole story
Arsene Wenger has agreed a new three-year deal to remain Arsenal coach until 2017. The 64-year-old, who has led the Gunners to eight trophies since joining the club in September 1996, is expected to sign the deal on Saturday. This season Wenger guided his team to a 17th-successive UEFA Champions ... Read the whole story
With the news that striker Rickie Lambert looks set to sign with Liverpool next season, Southampton suddenly looks like a shell of the club that excited so many in the Premier League last season, where it finished eighth. Former head coach Mauricio Pochettino has already been unveiled as the new ... Read the whole story
Ever since the USA U-23 squad failed to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics, a wave of future senior men's national team hopefuls have seen their careers stall. Of that group, only Mix Diskerud, who scored for the U.S. in its 2-0 win against Azerbaijan in San Francisco, is going ... Read the whole story
UEFA on Friday said that Real Madrid will be forced to play its opening home game of next season's Champions League at a partially closed Santiago Bernabeu after ruling that its fans had been guilty of racism during the semifinal first-leg against Bayern Munich. As a result, two sections of ... Read the whole story


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