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Missed out on football over the weekend? We give you a quick glimpse of the top moments that took the headlines in the world of football

10. Is Rio de Janeiro really ready?

"The World Cup is just six days away, but the Brazilian city at the centre of it all remains strangely subdued ahead of the biggest football event on the planet. Meanwhile all the fixtures can be found here."
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9. Sony calls for Qatar 2022 bid investigation

"Reports in the British media have claimed that members of the nation's bidding team paid money to officials in exchange for votes, leading to the tournament sponsor's unrest as they became the first to voice their concerns."
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8. Cameroon settle bonus row

"Reports claimed the squad had refused to board the plane to Brazil for the World Cup until a financial agreement was reached, but coach Volke Finke says any dispute has now been resolved."
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7. Barcelona close in on Marquinhos

"The Brazilian defender only signed for Paris Saint-Germain less than 11 months ago but looks set to leave for Camp Nou in a £28.4 million deal, while Dani Alves could move in the opposite direction."
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6. Asia's World Cup milestones

"Asian teams have had a long but mixed history at the World Cup and Goal Singapore looks back at five memorable moments that shaped the continent's football."
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5. Hazard rules out PSG move

"The Chelsea star is adamant he will not leave for the French champions, claiming that he is not looking for a transfer away from Stamford Bridge at the moment."
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4. City want Kompany to end career at Etihad Stadium

"The Premier League champions' captain is seen as a potential future executive at the club and he is close to signing a new five-year deal."
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3. Costa set for Chelsea move

"The Atletico Madrid striker all but confirmed his transfer to the Blues after making his return to Spain in a friendly. His imminent arrival has also further cemented Romelu Lukaku's desire to leave Stamford Bridge."
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2. Peter Lim completes Valencia purchase

"The Singaporean billionaire has agreed a deal with Spanish bank Bankia to restructure the La Liga side's debts after meeting the deadline to do so."
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1. Reus, Ribery out of World Cup

"'Soul-destroying' and a 'shattered' dream - those were the reactions of Franck Ribery and Marco Reus respectively, after it was confirmed they would miss out on Brazil. The France star has unresolved back problem, while the German starlet suffered an ankle injury in their final warm-up match."
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