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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 31, 2014
Brazilian star, Neymar, who fractured a bone in his back following a challenge from Colombia's Juan Zuniga in Brazil's World Cup quarterfinal victory and was missed the rest of the tournament, is healing well and aims to return to action in a friendly for Barcelona on Aug. 18. La Liga ... Read the whole story
Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho, after his club sold 21-year-old Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku to Everton for $48 million, said it did so because he did not believe the striker had the motivation to fight for a place at Chelsea. Read the whole story
Frenchman Herve Renard has been appointed coach of Ivory Coast, replacing Sabri Lamouchi, who left after the Elephants' first-round elimination from this summer's World Cup. The 45-year-old Renard has coached French club Sochaux for the last nine months. He's had two spells as Zambia coach and led them to the ... Read the whole story
The Glazer family will make around $150 million by selling 8 million shares of its stake in Manchester United -- but the deal will leave the Americans still firmly in control of the club. Read the whole story
Former Palestinian national team player Ahed Zaqout has been killed by an Israeli bomb that hit his apartment in Gaza, Palestinian medical officials said on Thursday. "Palestine has lost one of its best players, he may have been the best midfielder we ever had," Gaza sports journalist Khaled Zaher told ... Read the whole story
The World Cup is credited for boosting German beer sales by 4.4 percent in the year's first half.The Federal Statistical Office said that German-based breweries sold 1.27 billion gallons of beer in the January-June period -- thanks mainly to the result of a 14 percent year-on-year increase in June, the ... Read the whole story

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