Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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The Argentina coach says he felt like he was "constantly being watched over" during his lone season at Camp Nou because of an alleged lack of faith in his methods

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Dodo and Mario Fernandes are the only new faces in the Selecao squad for October's clashes with Argentina and Japan

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With the new coach retaining just 10 of the 23 players that made up Luiz Felipe Scolari's World Cup squad, GBGT takes a closer look at the new arrivals

Monday, September 15, 2014

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The world football governing body has revealed it was given expensive watches by the Brazil FA, and its ethics committee is looking into the matter

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Saturday, September 13, 2014

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The coach's decision to fill the Italy hotseat following his shock departure from the Scudetto holders has not attracted any ire from his former employees

Friday, September 12, 2014

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The Selecao have just returned form the September leg of the Gillette Brasil Global Tour but Wednesday will see the coach name his team for October's clash with Argentina

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Netherlands will face Portugal and England take on Croatia in the two-legged ties, with the winners heading to the Czech Republic for the finals next June

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The Black Stars endured a miserable World Cup campaign in the summer and the 54-year-old is set to lose his job just four months before the next Africa Cup of Nations

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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The Portuguese Football Federation has confirmed the 45-year-old has left his post by mutual consent following the shock loss to Albania

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The former international striker believes the Super Eagles will struggle to reach the Africa Cup of Nations finals in 2015 and has questioned whether Stephen Keshi should continue

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The multiple World Cup winner has backed the Argentina star to enjoy success at the biggest stage in the future and has insisted he is a great player no matter what

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The Bafana Bafana trainer has praised his team for keeping their nerve against the defending champions but knows his players were disappointed they didn’t take all three points

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

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La Roja's coach says he would prefer to keep any criticism of his team behind closed doors but insists there have been plenty of positives in their post-World Cup recovery

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The 22-year-old says he is prepared to captain Dunga's team and insists the Selecao can be encouraged by the start they have made under their new coach