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Wednesday 25 June 2014

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The Greece striker admits his mind went blank as he swept home a last-gasp spot-kick to send his side into the World Cup knockout phase
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The 42-year-old Frenchman has revealed that he will leave the African outfit after they bowed out of Brazil with a 2-1 defeat to Greece
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The Greeks qualified for the last 16 of the World Cup after scoring a 93rd-minute winner from the spot to knock Sabri Lamouchi's men out in dramatic fashion in Fortaleza
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COMMENT: While the finest selection of African talent made its curtain call in cruel circumstances, the international game's great overachievers march on

Tuesday 24 June 2014

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Wilfried Bony's second-half equaliser looked set to send the Africans into the knockout phase but the striker's spot-kick in the dying seconds booked a clash with Costa Rica
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A victory would secure the Elephants' path to the knockout stages, while a draw could also be enough to advance depending on the other result in the group
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Phil Kitromilides explains why he is expecting a tight opening 45 minutes and why punters can more than double their money by backing a half-time stalemate tonight
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The coach believes that a good result for his side will go some way to lifting spirits in the country, while he quietly praised the contribution of Gervinho

Monday 23 June 2014

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The coach will not deploy his team in a different manner against Ivory Coast, while remaining confident their qualification hopes are very much alive
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Sabri Lamouchi's men know a win will see them through to the round of 16, while the Europeans must defeat their opponents and hope for favours elsewhere
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With the second set of matches over, Goal takes a look at which teams are qualified, which ones are going home and which are still battling to make the knockout stages

Saturday 21 June 2014

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Ibrahim Toure passed away in Manchester earlier this week and the Fifa president has extended his sympathies to Yaya and Kolo, who are representing Cote d'Ivoire at the World Cup

Friday 20 June 2014

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Kolo and Yaya Toure's younger brother, Ibrahim, passed away on Thursday in Manchester aged 28, according to a statement from the Ivorian Football Association
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Ibrahim Toure, who played his football in Lebanon for Al Safa, has sadly passed away in Manchester, England. He was the 28-year-old brother of Ivory Coast captain Yaya Toure
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The Napoli defender has nothing but praise for his team-mates in the wake of their win over Cote d'Ivoire, while Victor Ibarbo admitted they had a tough time against the Africans
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The Cote d'Ivoire forward believes Louis van Gaal's side must now be considered the team most likely to lift the trophy after an impressive start to their campaign

Thursday 19 June 2014

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The Elephants head coach insists that the defeat to Colombia was unfair on his players but lamented the mistakes that allowed their opponents to take victory in Brasilia
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Los Cafeteros coach praised the heart his players showed as they survived a fightback from the Elephants to secure three points from their clash on Thursday
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Following on from the convincing win over Greece, Jose Pekerman's side took charge of Group C with another lively counter-attacking show, but they were made to work hard
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The South American side are within touching distance of qualification for the knockout stages after a hard-fought victory against the Elephants