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Continental qualifiers create waves

The top ten in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking was sufficiently stirred up outside of the podium places over the last month, with the continental qualifiers causing big names to climb and drop. continue reading »

River Plate set up Estudiantes quarter-final

River Plate will face Estudiantes in the Copa Sudamericana quarter-finals after victories over Libertad and Penarol respectively. continue reading »

Real Salt Lake up to third

Real Salt Lake moved up to third in the Western Conference of Major League Soccer with a 2-0 win over struggling Chivas USA. continue reading »

Phillips aims to lead PNG upset

Oceania’s qualifiers for Canada 2015 commence this week with New Zealand starting as warm favourites but Papua New Guinea, under experienced coach Gary Phillips, are aiming to make the most of local knowledge and spring a surprise. continue reading »

Bayern out to extend unbeaten run at Gladbach

Bayern Munich return to Bundesliga business in a top-of-the-table clash at Borussia Monchengladbach with the Bavarians looking to maintain their imperious UEFA Champions League form. continue reading »

Wenger hails Podolski as Gunners edge win

Arsene Wenger heaped praise on Lukas Podolski after the German international came off the bench to seal a 2-1 win in a remarkable finish to Arsenal's UEFA Champions League clash with Anderlecht. continue reading »

Rodgers: Liverpool given Real lesson

Brendan Rodgers conceded Liverpool had been taught a lesson after Real Madrid swept to an imperious 3-0 victory that left his side in severe danger of UEFA Champions League elimination. continue reading »

History for Cameroon, Nigeria maintain record

Africa’s first two Canada 2015 participants have been determined with Cameroon creating a landmark achievement by qualifying for the first time, while Nigeria will maintain their record of featuring in every edition of the tournament. continue reading »

Real rule Anfield, Arsenal leave it late

Real Madrid's mesmerising first-half performance put Liverpool to the sword thanks to a Karim Benzema brace and a Cristiano Ronaldo goal, while Arsenal stunned Brussels with two late goals to secure a 2-1 victory over Anderlecht.

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Colombia to face USA at Craven Cottage

The United States Soccer Federation confirmed on Wednesday USA will face Colombia in an international friendly at Craven Cottage in London on 14 November.

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Urawa, Gamba drop points, Vortis down

Leaders Urawa Reds and Gamba Osaka both dropped points as nerves continued to fray in the Japanese J.League title race while Tokushima Vortis were relegated after just one season in the top flight.

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Bengoechea: Peru need both steel & silk

We speak to Peru coach Pablo Bengoechea about his personal development from player to coach, his hopes for the 2015 Copa America and his verdict on Peruvian players.

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Play Fair in the FIWC

As we edge towards the second online qualification season for the FIWC 2015, we would like to remind all our gamers to always honour the spirit of Fair Play when competing in the world's largest gaming tournament.

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Ferguson: Van Gaal the right man

Alex Ferguson has said the "formidable" Louis van Gaal is the right man to return Manchester United to winning ways once again. continue reading »

Dortmund CEO: Klopp's position is safe

Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has said that Jurgen Klopp's position at the club is "not up for discussion". continue reading »