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Wanderers sign Nigerian Adeleke

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed former Nigeria youth international Seyi Adeleke on a one-year deal. continue reading »

Spurs win in Cyprus, Hull beaten

Tottenham Hotspur closed in on a place in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League after coming from behind to win 2-1 away to AEL Limassol in Cyprus in their play-off first leg, while Hull City lost 1-0 away to Lokeren.

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Three Lionesses qualify for Canada 2015

England have qualified for the FIFA Women's World Cup for the fourth time in their history and become the second European nation, following Switzerland, to take their place at Canada 2015.

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Howard takes break from US duties

Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard announced that he will be taking a one-year break from international duty with the United States. continue reading »

Brandao suspended after PSG clash

Bastia striker Brandao has been provisionally suspended until 18 September by the Disciplinary Committee of the Ligue de Football Professionnel.

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Vargas joins QPR on loan

Queens Park Rangers have announced the signing of Chile forward Eduardo Vargas on a season-long loan from Napoli.

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Appiah names Ghana squad for African qualifiers

Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah named a 24-man squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Uganda on 5 September and Togo, five days later. 

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Five reasons to expect Bundesliga thrills this season

The 2014/15 German Bundesliga season will provide plenty of passion, high-qualify football and numerous story lines. On the eve of tomorrow's opener, FIFA.com previews the campaign.

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Historic progress for Cape Verde and Peru

There were goals aplenty as the group stage of the 2014 Boys’ Youth Olympic Football Tournament came to a close, with two teams writing a fresh chapter in their respective histories by reaching the last four.

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Fun in football for inspirational Jorge

Jorge Dyksen is one of those people capable of inspiring entire generations. Born in Panama, Jorge is a keen footballer despite not having either hands or feet. continue reading »

Dani Alves: I'm one of the hardest workers at Barça

Dani Alves has revealed he is staying at Barcelona, expressed his disappointment at being made a scapegoat for their 2013/14 failures and urged the supporters not to judge him on what he does off the pitch. continue reading »

Hodgson: English would benefit from time abroad

After Chelsea midfielder Josh McEachran agreed to a loan to Dutch side Vitesse, England manager Roy Hodgson said he felt more English players would benefit from a move abroad. continue reading »

Morocco reconfirmed as FIFA Club World Cup venue

The FIFA Club World Cup will be held as planned in Morocco between 10 and 20 December this year, despite recent rumours that a change in venue might be sought due to the Ebola epidemic currently affecting Africa. continue reading »

Benaglio quits Swiss duty

Diego Benaglio has announced his retirement from the Swiss national team and explained why. continue reading »

French, Belgians aiming to continue climb

Belgium and France have ascended impressively to return to the top ten on the global ladder. FIFA.com profiles the results behind the rise and their mission to go higher. continue reading »