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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 11, 2014
Neymar broke down in tears on Thursday when talking about the injury that ruled him out the World Cup, saying that if the knee to his back from Colombia's Juan Zuniga had been slightly more to one side he "could be a in a wheelchair" now. Read the whole story
FIFPro, the international professional soccer players' union, on Thursday accused world governing body FIFA of "playing with lives" by allowing players to return to the field despite showing signs of concussion. While FIFA guidelines say a player with signs of concussion should be withdrawn, FIFPro pointed out that several players ... Read the whole story
FIFA on Friday announced that it has fined the Argentine soccer association (AFA) 300,000 Swiss Francs, or around $336,215, for failing to comply with press regulations. Only coach Alejandro Sabella has been present at press conferences ahead of games against Nigeria, Switzerland, Belgium and the Netherlands, when the rules stipulate ... Read the whole story
Arsenal on Thursday completed the signing of forward Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona for a fee believed to be close to 30 million pounds ($51.3 million). The Chile international completed a medical and agreed a four-year contract worth 140,000 pounds per week ($239,500) at the Emirates, with an option for a ... Read the whole story
Time claims there is a pretty good reason why Germany has made it to seven World Cup finals in 18 total appearances, failing to make the quarterfinals only once. Compare that to the USA, which has zero titles and zero World Cup final appearances, having only reached one World Cup ... Read the whole story
Luis Suarez on Friday completed his move from Liverpool to Barcelona, with the latter paying a fee thought to be close to 75 million euros ($102 million). The Uruguay international, who hit 31 league goals for Liverpool last season, will travel to Barcelona next week for a medical. Read the whole story
Atletico Madrid on Thursday completed the signing of striker Mario Mandzukic from German champion Bayern Munich for an undisclosed fee. The Croatia international, 28, has signed a four-year deal with the Spanish champ. Mandzukic scored 33 goals in 54 Bundesliga games for Bayern after joining from Wolfsburg in 2012. Read the whole story


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