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Hierro becomes Real No2, Morata nears exit

Real Madrid have appointed Fernando Hierro as Carlo Ancelotti's assistant, while young Merengues striker Alvaro Morata has said that he's close to a move to Juventus. continue reading »

Luck of the draw for Polish player

A draw was needed to separate Msmolinski and Hinspuppy who both scored 158 points with the Polish player ultimately coming on top. continue reading »

Pride and pain for Robben and Sneijder

Despite being on the beaten side in Sao Paulo, Wesley Sneidjer and Arjen Robben showed pride in the Netherlands' achievements at Brazil 2014. continue reading »

Deportivo name Fernandez coach, sign Cuenca

Newly-promoted Spanish La Liga side Deportivo La Coruna named Victor Fernandez as their new coach, while also confirming the signing of former Barcelona forward Isaac Cuenca. 

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Semi-final stars draw huge crowds to FIFA Fan Fest™

Hundreds of thousands of revellers crammed the 12 FIFA Fan Fest locations across Brazil for both semi-final matches, nudging the total FIFA Fan Fest attendance to within touching distance of five million. 

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Fernando: It will be an honour to play with Toure

Former Porto midfielder Fernando has spoken of his delight at joining Manchester City and looked ahead to playing alongside a midfielder he admires greatly. continue reading »

Argentina stars delight in silencing critics

Sergio Aguero, Javier Mascherano and Sergio Romero have spoken of their delight at helping La Albiceleste reach the Brazil 2014 Final, and looked ahead to meeting Germany. continue reading »

1990 World Cup: A magical night in Rome

Take a trip back 24 years with ​FIFA.com​ to Rome and the Final of the 1990 FIFA World Cup, where a late penalty converted by Andreas Brehme ensured that Germany were crowned champions at the expense of Argentina. continue reading »

Pique: I would love to give something back

FIFA.com sat down with Spain defender Gerard Pique to find out more about his motivations and aspirations in taking up the role of Ambassador for FIFA’s Football for Hope initiative. continue reading »

Klose: We must forget Brazil rout

Germany forward Miroslav Klose has implored his team to put their 7-1 rout of Brazil behind them and seize their chance against Argentina in the FIFA World Cup final.

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Giggs excited by forthright Van Gaal

Ryan Giggs has spoken of excitement at working with Louis van Gaal and insisted that the Dutch coach will relish the challenge of working with Manchester United. continue reading »

Nasri commits five more years to City

France midfielder Samir Nasri has committed himself to five more years at Manchester City after signing a new contract with the English Premier League champions. continue reading »

Atletico seal deal for Mandzukic

Atletico Madrid have completed the transfer of Croatia international striker Mario Mandzukic, who has signed a four-year deal to join the Spanish club from Bayern Munich. continue reading »

Canada 2015 official poster launched

The anticipation for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015 increased again today as the tournament's official poster was unveiled at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro. continue reading »

​Kroos masterclass secures top billing

Two well-taken goals and an exhibition of his complete passing repertoire in Germany's semi-final thrashing of Brazil have catapulted midfielder Toni Kroos to top spot in the latest Castrol Index ranking. continue reading »