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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 23, 2014
Following his team's dramatic last-gasp 2-2 draw with the USA in Manaus on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that he never thought "limited" Portugal could win the World Cup. The Seleccao still has a remote chance of making it out of Group G, but it needs a combination of a German ... Read the whole story
England captain Steven Gerrard has called on Harry Redknapp to name names after the QPR boss claimed that several of his former players wanted to withdraw from England duty while he was manager of Tottenham Hotspur. In an interview with the BBC, Redknapp said, "When full internationals came around, two ... Read the whole story
Edin Dzeko hit out at New Zealand referee Peter O'Leary following Bosnia-Herzegovina's 1-0 defeat to Nigeria in Cuiaba on Saturday. The loss, Bosnia's second of the tournament, eliminated the World Cup debutant from progressing to the second round. Dzeko & Co. were upset first by an erroneous offside call after ... Read the whole story
Kansas Center and highly touted NBA draft prospect Joel Embiid, a native of Cameroon who has lived in the USA since the summer of 2012, made a few enemies on Sunday when he tweeted congratulations to Cristiano Ronaldo for his last-gasp assist in the USA's 2-2 draw with Portugal at ... Read the whole story
The media center at the Estadio das Dunas stadium in Natal, where the U.S. played Ghana and Mexico played Cameroon, suffered a burst water pipe over the weekend. According to Globo, the incident startled journalists in the room as the water started falling in a stream, soaking the carpet. The ... Read the whole story
The Ghanaian soccer federation (GFA) on Monday asked police to investigate allegations of game-fixing reported on Sunday by the Daily Telegraph/Channel 4 claiming that a Obed Kketiah, a Ghanaian official and Chrstopher Forsythe, a FIFA official, colluded on attempting to fix games involving the national team. Per the report, no ... Read the whole story
According to Catalan sports daily Sport, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has told friends and family that he wants to join Barcelona this summer. The Catalan giant was reported to have opened talks with Liverpool over Suarez this week, after making him a key transfer target. Barca is in the midst ... Read the whole story
Lionel Messi has settled with Spanish tax authorities by forking out a whopping 32.9 million euros ($44.7 million) for failing to pay taxes related to his image rights between 2007 and 2009. Messi has now voluntarily made an additional tax declaration for the years 2010, 2011 and 2012. The Barcelona ... Read the whole story


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