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Van Gaal: Vardy is a great player

Leicester striker Jamie Vardy deserves the accolade of "great", Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said on Friday.And Van Gaal, who has worked with some great strikers over the years, went as f continue reading »

Made in Britain

With five of the the nominees for the 2015 FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women’s Football hailing from Britain, we caught up with those in the running to see where their homeland has been a fertile breeding ground for managerial talent. continue reading »

Anelka set to leave India

Much-travelled French striker Nicolas Anelka has admitted he is likely to be on the move once more after his Mumbai City team failed to qualify for the knock-out stages of the Indian Super League.

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Rooney concerned as United face record-chasing Vardy

Wayne Rooney has said that Manchester United are suffering from a lack of composure in front of goal as they prepare to face the Premier League's deadliest striker, Jamie Vardy. continue reading »

Liverpool, Spurs into last-32, Celtic crash out

Wins for Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur saw the English sides reach the UEFA Europa League last-32, while Celtic crashed out at the expense of Ajax and Fenerbahce. continue reading »

Rummenigge: Guardiola decision imminent

Ahead of a decision on the future of coach Pep Guardiola, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has insisted that everybody can be replaced. continue reading »

Turkey back among the big guns

Having ended an eight-year drought by securing a place at UEFA EURO 2016, Turkey are also on the rise in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. FIFA.com looks closer. continue reading »

Dream team candidates announced

We invite you to join us in running the rule over the 55 players who were shortlisted for the FIFA FIFPro World XI on Friday. The award-winning 11 will be revealed on 11 January 2016. continue reading »

South Sudan hold Sudan in first-ever clash

South Sudan held Sudan to a goalless draw at the Cecafa Challenge Cup in Ethiopia's Bahir Dar stadium in the first match between the two nations since they split four years ago.

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Kahn: You can't get to the top without being obsessed

In the second part of a FIFA.com exclusive interview with Oliver Khan, the Bayern Munich legend reflects on his playing career and how it influences his current work as a businessman.

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Three tickets to Rio up for grabs in Africa

Eight teams kick off the CAF U-23 Africa Cup of Nations this weekend with Nigeria and Egypt expected to lead the way to the Men's Olympic Football Tournament in Rio de Janeiro at next summer's Olympics.

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Hurting Lyon redirect energy on home affairs

Lyon face Montpellier in France's Ligue 1 on Friday badly in need of a quick fix after being bundled out of the UEFA Champions League by Gent in midweek.

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Van Gaal worried by United's attacking woes

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal conceded he was "worried" about his team's goal-scoring problems after a goalless draw with PSV Eindhoven left their UEFA Champions League campaign in the balance.

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Quartet secure progress as United sweat

Last season's beaten finalists Juventus joined Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Benfica in clinching qualification for the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League with one round of group games to spare. continue reading »

Kei Kamara’s long road home

Columbus Crew striker Kei Kamara is agonisingly close to becoming a Major League Soccer champion, and the striker sat down with FIFA.com to talk about his rise from civil war refugee to America's top striker.

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