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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Former Germany international Franz Beckenbauer, the only man that has won the World Cup as both a captain and a coach, faces the prospect of being fined for failing to assist the investigation into alleged corruption at FIFA. According to the German newspaper Die Welt, FIFA's ethics commission found that ... Read the whole story
Brazil on Monday breathed a sigh of relief as star forward Neymar quickly recovered after going down briefly with an ankle injury during training. The Barcelona forward rolled his ankle during Brazil's training session outside Rio de Janeiro forcing him to leave the field for treatment. However, the 22-year-old later ... Read the whole story
Luis Suarez insists he will be able to play at the World Cup, though the Uruguay striker admits he is unsure about making his country's second Group D game against England. Suarez, who underwent a meniscus operation on May 22 after falling injured during a training session, says he never ... Read the whole story
Does soccer in the U.S. still suffer from an inferiority complex compared to other American sports? When will the country's many soccer-haters finally be reformed? And when will the purported U.S. soccer boom that's supposed to follow American success at the World Cup actually happen? Well, according to the Seattle ... Read the whole story
"Was it a goal, or wasn't it?" That crucial question, which has dogged just about every World Cup heretofore, is one that should not be asked in Brazil this year, as goal-line technology finally makes its World Cup debut. The Associated Press reports that some 14 cameras-seven trained on each ... Read the whole story
Ghanaian forward Abdul Majeed Waris is a doubt for the Black Stars World Cup opener against the USA after limping off in the fourth minute of Ghana's 4-0 win against South Korea in Miami on Monday night. Waris, who was replaced by Jordan Ayew (who went on to hit a ... Read the whole story
England's player have been instructed not to talk about the UK's brief, bloody war with Argentina over the Falkland Islands following the politicized banner unfurled by Argentina's squad ahead of its 2-0 friendly win against Slovenia on Saturday. According to the Daily Mail, England's management has told the players not ... Read the whole story
ESPN on Tuesday reported that Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo will be fit to captain his country for its World Cup opener against Germany. A source claims that the Real Madrid star, who has been struggling with tendinosis in his left knee as well as a left thigh injury in recent ... Read the whole story


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