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High-speed hat-tricks and timely trebles

To mark 50 years since the official fastest hat-trick was scored, which clocked in at 90 seconds, FIFA.com runs down some of quickest trebles in the game. continue reading »

Wenger: Wilshere will come back stronger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confident midfielder Jack Wilshere can return stronger after having surgery on an injured ankle.

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Victory go top on their tenth anniversary

Melbourne Victory marked their tenth anniversary celebrations by climbing to the top of the A-League standings with a dramatic 3-2 win over previously unbeaten Adelaide United. continue reading »

Juventus hoping to continue derby dominance

Juventus are hoping to continue their dominance over city rivals Torino on Sunday. The Serie A league leaders haven't lost this fixture for almost 20 years.

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Keane leaves Aston Villa post

Roy Keane has left his post as assistant manager of Aston Villa to focus on the same role he occupies with Republic of Ireland.

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Brilliant Orange, boosts for France, Norway

FIFA.com looks at the latest in women’s international football highlighted by the Netherlands’ landmark achievement in qualifying for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, while there were promising signs for Norway, France and host nation Canada. continue reading »

Ahly hope to restore Egyptian pride

Cairo club Al Ahly set out this weekend to win the CAF Confederation Cup final against Côte d'Ivoire side Sewe Sport and help bring some brightness back to Egyptian football. continue reading »

River edge past rivals Boca into final

A lone first-half strike from Antonio Vespucio Liberti saw River Plate edge into the Copa Sudamericana final at the expense of fierce rivals Boca Juniors. continue reading »

Arsenal, Liverpool seek to halt drift

Arsenal and Liverpool will each attempt to arrest damaging sequences of results when they return to Premier League action this weekend following mid-week exertions in the UEFA Champions League. continue reading »

Spiranovic writes chapter in Wanderers fairytale

FIFA.com looks at Western Sydney Wanderers defender Matt Spiranovic whose miracle six-month period mirrors his club's improbable march to the Asian summit. continue reading »

Tottenham's Stambouli hails Europa progress

Tottenham midfielder Benjamin Stambouli says it was important to secure early progression to the UEFA Europa League knockout stage with his goal earning a 1-0 win over Partizan Belgrade. continue reading »

Everton, Spurs progress, Astra save Celtic

A 2-0 win over Wolfsburg saw Everton secure their place in the UEFA Europa League last 32 in style, with Tottenham Hotspur joining them, while a win for Astra ensured a beaten Celtic also made it through. continue reading »

Netherlands book maiden finals ticket

A 2-1 win in Verona saw the Netherlands become the final European side to book their place at FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015, reaching the tournament for the first time.

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Ortigoza: A story of pressure-fuelled penalties

FIFA.com caught up with San Lorenzo midfielder and penalty specialist Nestor Ortigoza, asking him about his peerless technique from 12 yards and next month’s Club World Cup in Morocco. continue reading »

Vermaelen season in doubt

After a season of frustrations so far for Thomas Vermaelen, he may be ruled out until the end of Barcelona's campaign entirely with the Belgian set for thigh surgery. continue reading »