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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 2, 2014
FIFA television director Niclas Ericson thinks this year's World Cup in Brazil will break global television records. In an interview with Reuters, Ericson says that a combination of new technology and fan-friendly scheduling will drive viewership figures higher than during the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Read the whole story
New York City FC on Monday confirmed that Spain international David Villa has joined the incoming MLS club on a three-year deal. Villa, who was added to Vicente del Bosque's 23-man Spain squad for the World Cup over the weekend, helped Atletico Madrid win the La Liga title last season, ... Read the whole story
FIFA is under mounting pressure to rerun the bidding process for the 2022 World Cup after the Sunday Times produced documents that showed that former FIFA executive committee member Mohamed bin Hammam paid $5 million in cash and gifts to African officials in a bid to help secure Qatar's bid ... Read the whole story
There is little more than a week-and-a-half to go before the 65,000-seat Itaquero stadium in So Paulo hosts the World Cup opener between Brazil and Croatia, and Business Insider notes-with several supporting photos-that it's still not complete. While the multiple construction delays over the last 15 months have been well-documented, ... Read the whole story
France and Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery is a doubt for the World Cup in Brazil after he sat out his second straight friendly with the French national team due to a back injury. France drew 1-1 with Paraguay on a wet evening in Nice on Sunday, but the big ... Read the whole story
Liverpool on Monday completed the signing of England striker Rickie Lambert from Southampton for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of 4 million pounds, or $6.7 million. Lambert, 32, is currently in Miami with the England World Cup squad but completed a medical and agreed personal terms ... Read the whole story
The Independent and Daily Mirror on Sunday reported that Frank Lampard has agreed to join MLS club New York City FC on a free transfer after being released by Chelsea. Lampard, 36, joined David Villa, who signed a three-year deal with NYCFC on Monday, at Manchester City's Carrington complex on ... Read the whole story


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