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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Daniel Sturridge says he'll need some help from his teammates if the departure of the Uruguayan Luis Suarez is not to be too detrimental to Liverpool. Read the whole story
Normally, alcohol sale and consumption is strictly forbidden inside the University of Michigan's stadium, but beer will flow freely at the Big House this weekend as Real Madrid and Manchester United face off on Saturday as part of the Guinness International Champions Cup. Read the whole story
Liverpool has signed of 19-year-old Belgium striker Divock Origi, whose goal against Russia sent the Red Devils to the 2014 World Cup second round, from Lille, but said it will loan him back to the French side for the 2014-15 campaign. Origi is Liverpool's sixth offseason signing, following the former ... Read the whole story
Former World Player of the Year Ronaldinho has left Atletico Mineiro. The 34-year-old former Barcelona, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain forward returned home to Flamengo in 2011 but walked away from the Rio club after a year over a salary dispute. He then scored 28 goals in 88 games for ... Read the whole story
Juan Alberto Cabral, the father of Juventus' Argentine striker Carlos Tevez, was kidnapped and released eight hours later. His car was reportedly intercepted early on Tuesday morning in a Buenos Aires suburb and the family had been contacted with ransom demands. Argentine TV station C5N said Tevez was set free ... Read the whole story
Alejandro Sabella, who guided Argentina to the World Cup final in Brazil, has decided to quit as national team coach. The 59-year-old Sabella, whose team lost the Maracana final to Germany 1-0 in overtime, took charge in August 2011. Read the whole story
Luiz Felipe Scolari, who resigned as Brazil coach after its disastrous 2014 World Cup campaign, has been hired by Gremio for a third time. Scolari, who led Brazil to its fifth and most recent World Cup triumph in 2002, coached Gremio briefly in 1987, then returned from 1993-96 where he ... Read the whole story

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