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Gutierrez in line for Newcastle return

After battling testicular cancer, Newcastle United midfielder Jonas Gutierrez could be in line for a return to action following his inclusion in the Magpies' squad. continue reading »

Postecoglou takes Socceroos on upward trajectory

FIFA.com profiles the recent progress of Australia, who recently won the AFC Asian Cup and made a huge leap up the global ladder. continue reading »

100 days to go

The 100th FIFA Women’s World Cup match was played on 25 September 2003 between China PR and Australia. The match ended in a 1-1 draw. continue reading »

Special discount for FIFA Women’s World Cup fans

Only 100 days to go until Canada 2015! To celebrate, the FIFA.com online store is giving the first 100 shoppers a 15 per cent discount on all FIFA Women’s World Cup products!

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Pirlo ruled out, expected to make Dortmund date

A calf injury will keep Juventus icon Andrea Pirlo on the sidelines for around three weeks, but he should be fit in time to face Borussia Dortmund. continue reading »

Sanchez Flores resigns as Getafe coach

Quique Sanchez Flores has shocked Spanish football by resigning as coach of Getafe after less than two months at the helm. continue reading »

Ancelotti: Morata to stay at Juve

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has suggested that the club will not exercise its option to buy Alvaro Morata back from Juventus. continue reading »

Simeone: Loss could have been worse

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has said that he was happy to emerge from the Champions League first-leg tie against Bayer Leverkusen with just a one-goal deficit. continue reading »

South American starlets to watch in NZ

Two 17-year-olds, the son of a legend and a Juventus gem feature as FIFA.com profiles  the stars of the South American U-20 Championship. continue reading »

Nani open to United return

Nani has said that he would not rule out returning to Manchester United and revealed that he has been in touch with the club's executive vice-chairman. continue reading »

El-Arabi, Ramis handed four-match bans

Granada striker Youssef El-Arabi and Levante defender Ivan Ramis have each been banned for four games by the Spanish Football Federation. continue reading »

Ramos: Let’s see if anyone can match what Spain did

Sergio Ramos chats to FIFA.com about Real Madrid's UEFA Champions League triumph, the success he's had with Spain and their Brazil 2014 disappointment, footballers' egos and the best coaches he's worked under. continue reading »

Big guns open in style, Chinese remain perfect

FIFA.com reviews the opening matchday in the 2015 AFC Champions League, one that promises much for Chinese representatives in this year’s competition. continue reading »

Carrillo, Pato shine as Estudiantes and Sao Paulo win

Guido Carrillo netted a treble to help four-time Copa Libertadores winners Estudiantes open their group campaign with a 3-0 victory over Ecuador's Barcelona, while Alexandre Pato's brace helped Brazil's Sao Paulo to a 4-0 win over Danubio. continue reading »

Son: Still all to do for Bayer

Bayer Leverkusen forward Son Heungmin says his side still face a massive challenge at Atletico Madrid despite a first-leg win in their UEFA Champions League's last 16 tie. continue reading »