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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 1, 2014
FIFA on Tuesday said it would not investigate the post-game comments of Netherlands forward Arjen Robben, in which he admitted to diving in Sunday's win against Mexico. Speaking to Dutch television after the game, Robben acknowledged to diving in the area during the game, just not on the play that ... Read the whole story
The Cameroonian soccer association (FCF) on Tuesday said it would investigate allegations of game-fixing within its squad at this summer's World Cup that were raised in a report by German daily Der Speigel. In that report, Wilson Raj Perumal, a convicted match-fixer, correctly predicted that Croatia would beat Cameroon 4-0 ... Read the whole story
Germany was roundly criticized for needing eovertime to get past African upstart Algeria in the round of 16 on Monday. Though Joachim Low's men ultimately won the match 2-1 thanks to goals from Andre Schurrle and Mesut Ozil, the Germans looked frustrated for long stretches of the 120-minute contest, which ... Read the whole story
Luis Suarez on Monday issued an apology for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini, marking a U-turn from his initial stance that he somehow fell on Chiellini's shoulder and bit him by accident. The Daily Mirror claims that Suarez's U-turn was the result of an order from Barcelona, which is rumored ... Read the whole story
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi on Tuesday stepped down following his country's elimination from the World Cup by France in the round of 16. The Super Eagles played a tough match against Les Bleus, who were forced to wait until the 79th-minute to break through, before adding a second in stoppage ... Read the whole story
Liverpool on Tuesday completed the signing of Adam Lallana from Southampton for a fee believed to be 25 million pounds ($42.9 million). The England international signed five-year deal at Anfield, becoming coach Brendan Rodgers' third signing of the summer, after Rickie Lambert and Emre Can. Read the whole story
Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday signed USA international attacking midfielder Joseph Gyau from TSG Hoffenheim. Gyau, 21, has signed until 2016, and will play with the Bundesliga runner-up's reserve squad. Alongside fellow midfielder Junior Flores, Gyau will be one of two U.S. players to feature for the club. Read the whole story

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