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Dzeko: We're confident we can qualify

FIFA.com spoke exclusively to Manchester City star and Bosnia and Herzegovina captain Edin Dzeko about his ambitions of reaching UEFA EURO 2016, experiences at Brazil 2014, his opinions on the world's best footballers and much more. continue reading »

Myanmar, Laos top regional quintet

Ambitious duo Myanmar and Laos are through to next month's hugely-popular AFF Suzuki Cup, having seen off Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Brunei Darussalam in the preliminary competition. continue reading »

Tigre claim point off visiting Arsenal

Juan Blengio rescued a point as Tigre moved up to seventh following their 1-1 home draw against Arsenal Sarandi. continue reading »

Madrid's trip to Anfield tops bill

The meeting of Liverpool and Real Madrid, who have 15 European crowns between them, is the pick of the games on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League, with the continental powers such as Atletico Madrid and Juventus also in action. continue reading »

Van Gaal: United can win title

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says his side can still overhaul leaders Chelsea despite the gap between the pair stretching to 10 points after the Red Devils' 2-2 draw at West Brom. continue reading »

Mendilibar sacked by Levante

Levante have sacked coach Jose Luis Mendilibar with the side sitting second bottom following their 5-0 weekend defeat by Real Madrid. continue reading »

Getafe late show adds to Sociedad's pain

Real Sociedad's nightmare start to the season continued as Abdoul Yoda scored twice in the dying minutes to give Getafe a 2-1 away win. continue reading »

Empoli fight back at Genoa

Andrea Bertolacci's first goal in 23 league matches was not enough to secure Genoa all three points as Empoli rallied to force a 1-1 away draw. continue reading »

United force draw with Baggies

Daley Blind rescued a late point for Manchester United as they were held to a 2-2 draw at West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League. 

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Rohr resigns as Niger coach

Gernot Rohr resigned as Niger national coach accepting the blame for the poor results that sees them lying bottom of their qualifying group for the 2015 CAF Africa Cup of Nations.

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Rubin thrash Mordovia, Torpedo salvage draw

Rubin Kazan handed Mordovia Saransk a 5-0 thrashing in the Russian Premier League, while a late goal from Diniyar Bilayaletdinov secured a point for Torpedo Moscow at Ufa. 

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Djukic in, Ferrer out at Cordoba

After failing to win any of their eight La Liga matches, Cordoba announced that Albert Ferrer will be replaced by ex-Valencia boss Miroslav Djukic until the end of the season. 

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Rodgers: Ronaldo is off the charts

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has lauded Cristiano Ronaldo but said that the Portuguese star is far from the only threat posed by Real Madrid. continue reading »

Garcia: Anything can happen

Roma coach Rudi Garcia said the Italian Serie A side will readily accept their underdog role but are hungry for success when they host Bayern Munich in their upcoming UEFA Champions League clash.

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Neymar relishing Messi, Suarez link-up

Neymar has said that he is looking forward to adding Luis Suarez to his already-successful partnership with Lionel Messi. continue reading »