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55 days to go

FIFA.com is counting down to the FIFA World Cup with a corresponding trivia fact on every one of the final 100 days. We continue by shining the focus on its extra-time encounters. continue reading »

Garcia: We cannot give up

Roma coach Rudi Garcia has admitted the chances of catching Juventus in the Italian Serie A title race are slim, but he has urged his players not to give up, as they prepare to face Fiorentina.

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A tale of two Taeguk Warriors

FIFA.com chats with a pair of Korea Republic players - Park Jongwoo and Jang Hyunsoo – who are have taken an unusual route under the guidance of former FIFA World Cup coach Sven Goran Eriksson in their bid to feature at Brazil 2014.

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The Strongest break down Defensor

Second-half goals from Jair Reinoso and Raul Castro gave Bolivian giants The Strongest the advantage after a 2-0 win over Defensor Sporting in the first leg of their last-16 Copa Libertadores clash.

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Grimi winner lifts Godoy fifth

Godoy Cruz moved up to fifth following a 2-1 win at Belgrano Cordoba, while Boca Juniors were held to a goalless draw by San Lorenzo

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Brazil set Chinese date with Argentina

Brazil and Argentina will meet in the latest instalment of the Superclassico at Beijing's Bird's Nest stadium this October.

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Wenger: Ozil's best is yet to come

Mesut Ozil is nearing a return to fitness for Arsenal, the German international could even feature for the Gunners on Sunday, and manager Arsene Wenger is confident the midfielder's best is still to come. continue reading »

Hannover hold on to beat Eintracht

Another campaign in the German Bundesliga looks to be on the cards for Hannover after beating Eintracht Frankfurt 3-2 on Thursday to move eight points clear of the bottom three. continue reading »

Howard signs Everton extension

Everton has rewarded goalkeeper Tim Howard for another fine campaign in net for the Toffees with a two-year contract extension, keeping the American international at Goodison Park until 2018. continue reading »

Neymar suffers metatarsal injury

Barcelona have announced Brazilian international Neymar will miss four weeks with a metatarsal injury to his left foot picked up during Wednesday's 2-1 loss to Real Madrid. continue reading »

Wilson Palacios: At your service

Honduran hopes at the FIFA World Cup may well rest on the broad shoulders of veteran Wilson Palacios, and FIFA.com chatted candidly with the Stoke City holding midfielder as Brazil 2014 looms ever closer. continue reading »

Brazil clip Czechs with a final flurry

The Final of the 1962 FIFA World Cup Chile between reigning world champions Brazil and Josef Masopust's Czechoslovakia felt like anything but a final, with A Seleção seemingly destined to win after showing their resolve throughout the tournament.

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FIFA Secretary General visits Sao Paulo, Curitiba, Cuiaba and Fortaleza next week

As preparations for the FIFA World Cup continue, FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke returns to Brazil next week to visit four Host Cities - Sao Paulo, Curitiba, Cuiaba and Fortaleza - from 22 to 24 April 2014. 

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Chile's Fernandes ruled out of World Cup

Junior Fernandes broke his leg during Wednesday's Croatian league match playing for Dinamo Zagreb and the injury will force the striker to miss out on going to the FIFA World Cup with Chile. continue reading »

Dickenmann: Qualifying would be a dream

A Switzerland side inspired by the performances of Lara Dickenmann are on course to qualify for their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the midfielder spoke exclusively to FIFA.com about Nati's success and the progression of women's football.

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