Banned songs? | On open-mike night, Blatter sings new tune
Witch-doctoring | Bathing in chicken blood for the good of the side
Knock, knock | Orange you glad you have a Dutch coach?
Middle-class USA | Scarsdale lawyers guard touchline from ‘outsiders’
Buffer zone | Latina women leave home to follow the bouncing ball
Bargaining chips | D.C.’s Barry says soccer ‘makes sense’
Focus on football | Zidane & Co. remain France’s bread and butter
Fix is off | German judge clamps down on Hoyzer
Unified theory | Hornby blends football with the ‘higher’ arts
Political Maze | Siting Northern Ireland’s national stadium
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The U.S. State Department talks to female players in Brazil as well as in Khayelitsha, outside Cape Town, to highlight themes of diversity, teamwork and gender before the 2010 World Cup.
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