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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 17, 2013
The first two days of the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil were marred by protests, as many people feel that the money that has been spent on new stadiums for next summer's World Cup would have been better used on education and hospitals. According to the BBC, up to 1,000 ... Read the whole story
Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez admitted that things could have been a lot worse for his team after Spain defeated Uruguay, 2-1, in its opening FIFA Confederations Cup encounter on Sunday. After falling behind to first-half goals from Pedro and Roberto Soldado, Spain looked to be cruising toward victory, enjoying 77 ... Read the whole story
Daniele De Rossi urged his Italy teammates to remain cautious ahead of their next FIFA Confederations Cup game against Japan. The Azzurri began the competition with a 2-1 win against Mexico in a game it thoroughly deserved to win, but the AS Roma midfielder pointed out that Japan and Brazil ... Read the whole story
Despite the recent public admission of Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski that he wants to leave this summer, the club's general manager says that the Poland international will remain a Dortmund player next season and that the matter is now closed. Lewandowski is now expected to see out the remaining ... Read the whole story
Iker Casillas, who has not played a competitive game in five months, said he was surprised to start in Spain's 2-1 win against Uruguay in its FIFA Confederations Cup opener. The Real Madrid goalkeeper added that it felt as though he were making his debut all over again. Read the whole story
Germany is mourning the loss of two former FIFA World Cup winners after Heniz Flohe, a winner in 1974, and Ottmar Walter, a winner in 1954, died on Sunday, age 65 and 89, respectively. Read the whole story
Paris Saint-Germain has escalated its interest in Tottenham coach Andre Villas-Boas, the Guardian reports, as the French champion continues to seek a replacement for Carlo Ancelotti, who is reportedly on his way to Real Madrid. Read the whole story
Chelsea star David Luiz has openly admitted to being interested in joining fellow Brazilians Lucas Moura, Thiago Silva, Thiago Motta and Maxwell at Paris Saint-Germain this summer. The former Benfica defender is believed to not be in Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho's plans for next season. Read the whole story

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