Found December 08, 2011 on NESN.com:
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Wayne Rooney looks set to join England's traveling party for next summer's European Championships. The Manchester United and England star was successful in his appeal of a three-game suspension, according to UEFA.com. "The UEFA Appeals Body has reduced a suspension imposed on England striker Wayne Rooney at a hearing in Nyon," a statement by European soccer's governing body read. "He will be banned for England's opening two UEFA EURO 2012 matches against France and Sweden but will be eligible for their final Group D fixture against Ukraine." Rooney was sent off for kicking Miodrag Dzudovic during England's 2-2 draw at...
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