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Barcelona hope to end year on Real Madrid's coattails

Barcelona's star strikers will need to rediscover their scoring touch to stay in the title race as the Catalan outfit host struggling Cordoba on Saturday. continue reading »

Drifting Liverpool seek Arsenal spark

Struggling Liverpool will seek to get back on track when they entertain Arsenal this weekend, while Manchester City will aim to draw level alongside leaders Chelsea with victory over Crystal Palace. continue reading »

Global supremacy at stake for final rivals

Saturday's potentially epic FIFA Club World Cup final between Spanish superclub Real Madrid and Argentina's San Lorenzo previewed. continue reading »

Khedairia: I dived like Casillas

FIFA.com talks to ES Setif goalkeeper Sofiane Khedairia, whose crucial saves helped the African champions claim fifth place at Morocco 2014.  continue reading »

Atleti progress, Bilbao survive scare

Atletico Madrid cruised into the last 16 of the Copa del Rey despite being held 2-2 at home by lower league Hospitalet, while Athletic Bilbao managed to avoid a scare against Alcoyano. continue reading »

Juve clear at the top, Napoli win

Juventus returned to winning ways at Cagliari as a 3-1 success moved them four points clear of second-placed Roma at the top of Serie A, while Napoli claimed their first win in five league games at the expense of Parma. continue reading »

More than just a consolation prize

Although Cruz Azul and Auckland City’s title hopes have now been dashed, both teams will be keen to sign off from Morocco 2014 with a win. continue reading »

Tribulietx: I believe in possession football

The coach of Morocco 2014 sensations Auckland City, Ramon Tribulietx told FIFA.com how he weaned his players off long-ball football in favour of a patient possession game. continue reading »

Balotelli handed one-match ban

Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been banned for one match, fined £25,000 and ordered to attend to an education course after making racist and anti-semitic comments on social media. continue reading »

Hull defender Dawson out for a month

Hull City centre-back Michael Dawson will be out of action for at least a month after tearing his hamstring, manager Steve Bruce revealed on Thursday. continue reading »

Walcott could make return at Anfield

Manager Arsene Wenger revealed Theo Walcott, who has made just two appearances this season for Arsenal following recovery from a long-term knee injury, is set to resume full training after struggling with a groin problem. continue reading »

Allegri ban lifted

Juventus have been successful in their appeal to have the one-match touchline ban for coach Massimiliano Allegri lifted. continue reading »

Sagnol: Football is entertainment above all

Ahead of Bordeaux's final match before the winter break, FIFA.com spoke exclusively to Willy Sagnol about his coaching role and his favourites for the FIFA Ballon d'Or Gala in January. continue reading »

Matos: Anything can happen

Mauro Matos fired San Lorenzo into the final of Morocco 2014 with a goal in the third minute of extra time. FIFA.com caught up with the striker, whose story shows that good things can come to those who wait. continue reading »

Germany conquer 2014, Belgium, Slovakia impress

Germany pocketed the global ladder's Team of the Year and Mover of the Year titles, while Belgium and Slovakia can reflect on admirable ascents in 2014. continue reading »