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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2013
At the very least, it looks likely that Mexico will still be alive in 2014 World Cup qualifying following the current international break. Barring a nightmare scenario where Costa Rica, which has already qualified, beats Mexico and Panama beats the USA, which has also already qualified, Mexico will qualify for ... Read the whole story
AS is reporting that Brazil's soccer federation (CBF) sent a letter on Monday night to its Spanish counterpart warning that while Diego Costa has yet to play an official match for Brazil, the decision has already been made to call the Atletico Madrid striker up for the 2014 World Cup ... Read the whole story
Serie A giant Inter Milan on Tuesday was officially taken over by Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir, who assumed a 70 percent majority share in the club after purchasing former President Massimo Moratti's shares for a reported $478 million. Thohir is also part owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and DC United. Read the whole story
FIFPro, the world soccer players' union, will urge its members to boycott the 2022 World Cup if it is played in Qatar's summer, vice president Philippe Piat said Tuesday. FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has set up a consultation process to decide when the tournament should be played after concerns ... Read the whole story
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the U.S. men's national team, asking some well-known observers of soccer to opine about the team's chances of doing well at next year's World Cup in Brazil. Read the whole story
Real Madrid is covered for any potential injury to Gareth Bale, Marca reports, as the club took out an insurance policy on its world record signing that covers any medium or long-term injuries. Real will pay just over $6 million this season in insurance, in the event that Bale suffers ... Read the whole story
Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen has suggested he could leave the North London club in January if he is not playing regularly in a bid to improve his World Cup prospects. The Belgian defender has been forced to the sidelines by in-form duo Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny this season. Read the whole story
Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri suffered a tear to his right thigh during Switzerland's 2-1 win against Albania last Friday, which secured World Cup qualification. He faces six to seven weeks on the sidelines. Read the whole story

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