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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Marouane Fellaini
Borussia Dortmund's impressive display over the weekend earned it first place in The Associated Press global soccer poll on Tuesday.
Boasting a squad including 10 English Premier League players, Belgium overpowered a U.S. team that has some work to do on defense before it can think about making the field for next year's World Cup in Brazil.
Head-butts in soccer are bad. They are dangerous and can smash noses and cheekbones. Kids, don't try them at home.
"There was a lot of pushing and pulling going on inside the Stoke penalty area and I didn't feel I was getting any protection from the officials," Fellaini said in a statement. "I have no excuses. I was disappointed with the way I was being treated and I lost my temper, which was unprofessional of me."