Evra Handed Appeal Date
Manchester United’s French full-back Patrice Evra will have his appeal against the five-match international game ban heard on September 9. Evra was one of four players handed suspensions in the wake of France's dire World Cup campaign...
Webb Admits Error
English referee Howard Webb has admitted that he should have dismissed Netherlands midfielder Nigel De Jong in the 2010 World Cup final last month. De Jong received a yellow card for a high challenge on Spain's Xabi Alonso just 25 minutes into the final...
Coutinho In For Brazil Camp
Brazil coach Mano Menezes has called up only foreign-based players for the national team's training camp in September, with Inter starlet Philippe Coutinho among the selected. "We opted for a week of training due to the options we had at this moment," explained the Selecao boss.
Zahoui Takes The Elephants
Cote D’Ivoire football federation (FIF) on Saturday 21 August named former national team forward and current interim coach François Zahoui, 49, as the Elephants head coach, hence succeeding Swedish-born manager Sven Goran Eriksson, who led the West African team to the 2010 World Cup...
Stevie G To The Rescue
England returned to Wembley for their first match since their dismal World Cup 2010 campaign. Fabio Capello's Three Lions managed a comeback victory over Hungary, courtesy of skipper Steven Gerrard, who bagged a brilliant second-half brace.
Touch Of An Angel
A lone goal in the first-half from Real Madrid star Angel Di Maria gave Argentina hope in the 'life after Diego Maradona' phase, lifting them to a 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Click here for more details...
Late Spain Storm Back
Fresh off their World Cup win in July, Spain were seemingly on the road to a defeat after Javier Hernadez's early strike, but an injury-time goal from midfielder David Silva ensured that La Furia Roja walked away from Estadio Azteca with a draw.
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