Tuesday, 7 July 2015

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The newly crowned world champions thanked thousands of supporters back on home soil as they paraded the trophy, having defeated Japan 5-2 in the final on Sunday

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The former Japan coach says that he would be ready to put himself forward to replace Sepp Blatter but only if the selection process for choosing candidates is reviewed

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The Barcelona star's international record is under attack again, with the success-starved Albiceleste having lost two major finals in the space of a year

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The Americans have been looking sharp in front of goal in recent matches and appear a great bet to get on the scoresheet in both halves in their Gold Cup opener in Texas

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The Argentina captain has sent a message of thanks to supporters following their Copa America defeat to Chile, which follows swiftly on from last summer's World Cup disappointment

Monday, 6 July 2015

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The former chairman of the bid evaluation group for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has been hit with a sanction, though no precise details have yet been offered

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A three-man special committee has proposed changes designed to eliminate fraud and promote transparency within the organisation, including limited terms and background checks

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The former Chilean FA president was in charge of evaluating 2018 and 2022 World Cup candidate countries, but has now been suspended for a seven-year period

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The Bayern Munich forward is on course to secure the landmark according to the veteran, who also opened the door for a return to the Germany setup

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Having dominated this competition alongside Mexico in the past, Jurgen Klinsmann's side have the slight edge when the action gets underway on home turf this Tuesday

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The Selecao skipper was suspended for sparking a mass brawl after losing to Colombia in the Copa America group stage before then allegedly lashing out at the referee

Sunday, 5 July 2015

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The Arsenal forward showed absolutely no signs of nerves as he deftly decided Saturday's showdown in the hosts' favour, sealing a 4-1 shootout win against Argentina

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The 79-year-old Fifa president reiterates his insistence that he has no ties to the corruption scandal that has rocked his organisation but is nonetheless living in fear

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The Barcelona star insists that he would never point the finger of blame at someone who has "the balls" to take a penalty before 70,000 people despite their defeat by Chile

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The Fifa president insists that Nicolas Sarkozy and Christian Wulff both tried to affect the decision and called for them to take responsibility for their actions

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The list is set to be published at the end of the week and sees Gareth Bale & Co. sit above the likes of Spain, Italy and France, while Gerardo Martino's side rise to the top

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The England Women's coach guided his side to a third-placed finish in the Women's World Cup and has now been been tipped to earn a job at the pinnacle of the male game

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The result proved a landmark in the competition and means the latter have shipped 68 goals in their last two matches, though the record will not be recognised by Fifa