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Suarez: Barça played perfect game

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez hailed his team's 6-1 rout of Roma in the UEFA Champions League as a "perfect game", which also saw Lionel Messi start for the first time since returning from injury. 

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Kahn: Goalkeepers are held in very high regard in Germany

In the first part of a FIFA.com exclusive interview with Oliver Khan, the adidas Golden Ball winner at the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan explained why he thinks goalkeepers should have their own set of awards, comparisons to Manuel Neuer and much more.

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Silverware secured as records crash

Corinthians' latest title features alongside goalscoring records for Jamie Vardy and Justin Meram, a milestone for Gianluigi Buffon and a record-equalling defeat for Rafa Benitez. continue reading »

Yoshida: Japan must find the right balance

Maya Yoshida tells FIFA.com about Japan's new adventure under the tough Vahid Halilhodzic, explains the secret to Southampton's success in the English Premier League and speaks about being an exception in his position. continue reading »

Mourinho confident of Chelsea progress

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was in a playful but confident mood following the 4-0 UEFA Champions League victory over Maccabi Tel Aviv that edged them closer to the knock-out rounds. continue reading »

Fire name Serbia's Paunovic as new coach

Serbian Veljko Paunovic, who guided his homeland's squad to the FIFA U-20 World Cup title last June, was named Tuesday as the new coach of Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire.

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Wenger confirms Coquelin out for 12 weeks

Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin has been ruled out for 12 weeks, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger confirmed on Tuesday after his side's crucial 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb in the UEFA Champions League.

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Barça, Bayern through to last 16

Bayern Munich joined Barcelona in sealing qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League with a crushing 4-0 win against Olympiacos, while Arsenal remain in contention after Alexis Sanchez scored twice in a 3-0 win over Dinamo Zagreb.

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Pellegrini: Juve a gauge of City's potential

Manchester City must put their "difficult situation" behind them and use Wednesday's clash against Juventus as a test of their UEFA Champions League-winning potential, according to their coach Manuel Pellegrini. continue reading »

Mutko: Security must have special emphasis

Following a meeting between the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Local Organising Committee (LOC) Management Board, LOC Chairman Vitaly Mutko and FIFA Acting General Secretary Markus Kattner reflect on security provisions and 2015's progress. continue reading »

Ballon d'Or shortlists to be unveiled on FIFA.com

The shortlists for the FIFA Ballon d’Or, FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year, FIFA World Coach of the Year for Women’s Football, FIFA World Coach of the Year for Men’s Football, FIFA FIFPro World XI and the FIFA Puskás Award will be announced on 30 November and you can watch the action as it unfolds right here on FIFA.com.

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Lorenzo: Messi is a demigod

Newly-crowned MotoGP champion Jorge Lorenzo chats on his will to win on the track and on the football pitch, his passionate support for Barcelona and why he sees Lionel Messi as something of a deity. continue reading »

Struggling Stuttgart fire Zorniger

Alexander Zorniger, who only took charge of Stuttgart for the start of 2015/16, has been sacked. continue reading »

Rooney, Martial return to United training

Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial returned to training on Tuesday ahead of Manchester United's UEFA Champions League game against PSV. continue reading »

FIFA Executive Committee meeting agenda available now on FIFA.com

The agenda for the FIFA Executive Committee meeting, which will take place in Zurich on 2 and 3 December 2015, is now available on FIFA.com. Check the full agenda in the four official FIFA languages by clicking on the links to the right.

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