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Magazine articles on soccer (European football).
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IEEE Spectrum
June 2005
Erico Guizzo
Bugged Balls For Tough Calls Was it a goal? A soccer ball containing a coin-size radio transmitter will tell you for sure. The system will be tested in real matches at the FIFA U-17 World Championship next September in Peru. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
May 30, 2005
Laura Cohn
Can Glazer Keep Manchester United Profitable? Malcolm Glazer is fending off the hostile rants of irate fans who can't stand the idea of the controversial American tycoon owning their favorite team. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
May 3, 2005
Tim Gray
Virus Writers Slapped With Red Card Scammers are gearing up for the 2006 World Cup by sending out millions of virus-carrying e-mails advertising ticket confirmations for the matches. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
Sports Central
April 21, 2005
Kevin Beane
Advocating the Johnny Walker Classic Yet another beauty of soccer revealed: you can still hope for a good result even if you play poorly. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
April 2005
Michael Young
Wide World of Sports A book review of How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization, by Franklin Foer: Soccer mirrors globalization and its discontents. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Sports Central
March 31, 2005
Kevin Beane
World Cup Fever, Anyone? Sports fans who find themselves lost between seasons, or in the midst of boring ones, may find that soccer fills the void quite nicely -- particularly, the high-stakes, world cup level. mark for My Articles 190 similar articles
April 4, 2005
Jack Ewing
Germany's League Of Limping Football Teams Many of Germany's football clubs are hurting financially, and former champ Borussia Dortmund could go under. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
February 14, 2005
A Cleanup For German Football? Allegations that referees took bribes to influence the outcome of German football games could lead to stricter regulation of the sport, which largely writes its own rules. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
July 19, 2004
Jack Ewing
Can Football Be Saved? In Europe, football is more popular than ever -- but the losses keep mounting. What can be done to fix the business? mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
July 19, 2004
Tiplady & Bonnet
Olympique Lyonnais: Scoring Off the Field The French soccer team is making millions by putting its brand on everything from CDs to taxis. Its newest venture: A beauty salon. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
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