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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 30, 2014
While the U.S. men's national team continues to pick up new fans at home, Yahoo! Sports' Martin Rogers reports that the USA is also growing in popularity in Brazil among fans of other countries. "Don't look now, U.S. men's national team, but you are increasingly becoming the second favorite team ... Read the whole story
In stark contrast to the Cameroonian or Ghanaian players, who nearly refused to play until they received their World Cup bonuses, the Greek national team has asked that its soccer association use the money from their World Cup bonuses to build a new training center for the team. After qualifying ... Read the whole story
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera claims that Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca should be sent packing from Brazil along with his team after two late goals-including one questionable penalty decision-from the Dutch ended Mexico's World Cup quest at the round of 16 stage for the sixth consecutive tournament. Read the whole story
Uruguayan President Jos Mujica on Sunday weighed in on the Luis Suarez ban, calling FIFA "a bunch of old sons of bitches" after soccer's world governing body banned the Liverpool striker for four months for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini. Mujica went on to describe the penalty, which will keep ... Read the whole story
Italy's failure at this summer's World Cup could cost the national team as much as 56 million euros ($76.6 million), according to reports in Italy. A La Repubblica report claims that the Azzurri's exit at the group stages from the tournament will affect the team not only in terms of ... Read the whole story
Clermont Foot has appointed another female coach, Corinne Diacre, as head coach of the Ligue 2 club in the wake of the resignation of Helena Costa last week. Costa became the first female to coach a men's professional team in the top two divisions of any European league on May ... Read the whole story
AC Milan on Monday confirmed that it has agreed to mutually terminate Kaka's contract with the club. "Milan announces that it has terminated Kaka's contract by mutual consent," a brief statement read. The 2007 Ballon d'Or winner is believed to be on his way to Orlando City, which is set ... Read the whole story

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