2010 Fifa World Cup
PARIS - In 514 matches for club and country, German wunder-forward Oliver Bierhoff scored 226 times.
LONDON - While FIFA talks of introducing technology to soccer, England's Premier League has signed its first official technology partner in a move they hope helps further popularize the sport in the United States.
LONDON - The group that determines soccer rules has expanded the experimental use of two extra assistant referees into this season's European Champions League, a move made following a series of mistakes during the World Cup.
HARRISON, N.J. - Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini may be interested in acquiring Landon Donovan from Major League Soccer and the Los Angeles Galaxy.
JOHANNESBURG - Spain showed touches of the class that won the 2008 European Championship and Paraguay went the limit, needing a shootout to dispose of Japan at the World Cup.
- Bad calls prompt FIFA to study high-tech ref help
- Upon further review, FIFA will study replay
- Brazil, Netherlands qualify for WCup quarterfinals
- Refs will get technology, but game will get worse
- FIFA, don't ignore the Blunder in Bloemfontein
- To get away from soccer, players play more soccer
- Twitter traffic spikes with World Cup goals
- World Cup coverage expands on the Web, cell phones
- Hahnemann thinks World Cup ball is bad invention