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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Wednesday, July 7, 2010
In his first press conference since being named France's new national team coach, Laurent Blanc said certain players could face sanctions for their role in the strike that rocked the Bleus' camp during their disastrous World Cup. "I clearly cannot act as if nothing had happened in South Africa," he ... Read the whole story
The news from the the Sea Life aquarium in Oberhausen on Tuesday was not good for German fans. Octopus Paul, who has been perfect with his picks in Germany's first five games, has selected Spain to beat Germany in Wednesday's semifinal in Durban. Read the whole story
Fernando Torres may have been a bust so far at the 2010 World Cup, but Chelsea hasn't lost interest in the Spanish striker. Read the whole story
So far, the vuvuzelas with their buzzing blare have irritated fans, players and coaches at the World Cup in South Africa. But now there's a report that the plastic horns have been used by drug dealers in Peru to hide their inventory. Read the whole story

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