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New report alleges Qatar’s 2022 bid sought to sabotage Australian and USA efforts

Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 World Cup has become even further embroiled in controversy,

With a report from the UK’s Sunday Times claiming that the Qatari team bidding for the tournament ran a secret campaign to sabotage its competitors. (more…)

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World Cup 2018: The kits

The 2018 World Cup is now underway.

But who is wearing what kit at the showpiece tournament in Russia? Here we take a quick look at the 64 kits from the 32 competing teams. (more…)

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World Cup logos, posters and mascots through the years

How time flies! the World Cup is about to kick-off again in Moscow, Russia.

The Luzhniki Stadium will host the opening game between Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14th. (more…)

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World Cup Russia 2018: The stadia

It’s almost time for the greatest show on earth again!

The 2018 World Cup will kick-off in a month’s time at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium, with hosts Russia take on Saudi Arabia on Thursday 14th June. (more…)

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Gianni Infantino: Nothing to stop FIFA using VAR at 2018 World Cup

Gianni Infantino claims..

The successful use of VAR technology at the Confederations Cup could see it implemented for football’s grandest tournament in 2018. (more…)

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Xabi Alonso’s retirement

Xabi Alonso‏ announced his retirement from the game today.

This season with Bayern Munich will be his last as a player. (more…)

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FIFA FIFPro World XI

Organised by FIFPro, the body that represents players’ associations from 69 countries.

The world 11 is picked by fellow professional footballers, with 26,516 votes cast this year. (more…)

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Biggest misses for the African Cup of Nations

Every 2 years the Africa Cup of Nations comes around as the biggest footballing competition in Africa.

Many Premier League stars leave to play for their respective countries. (more…)

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The 16 biggest footballing incidents, and stories of 2016 – Part 1

Outside90 editors Chris Hearn and Joel Fruci count down their hand-picked biggest stories and incidents of 2016.

Part one counts down from 16 to 9, with part two taking care of the top eight. (more…)

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The one problem Video Assistant Referee technology has left unsolved

Are VAR’s actually futuristic, or just reinventing the wheel?

Video Assistant Referees (VAR’s) are the new hot topic in world football, after stuttering into life last night at the Club World Cup. (more…)

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Will another goalkeeper win the Ballon d’Or?

The Ballon d’Or is a prestigious award which illustrates the greatest player of the past 12 months.

Surely an award any football player wants to win, this year’s Ballon d’Or is judged solely by a panel of journalists after FIFA and France football parted ways. (more…)

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What’s the best way to develop young footballers?

Chelsea’s large number of youth and squad players has caused uproar amongst the assorted press.

The reality is that Chelsea are not doing anything that other clubs are not doing other than it being highly organised and effective financially. (more…)

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The Ballon d’Or – Ecstasy, rage and everything in between

The FIFA Ballon d’Or has passed after months of lobbying and debate,

With Cristiano Ronaldo as expected taking home the greatest individual prize in world football. (more…)

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The case for Manuel Neuer to win the Ballon d’Or

With FIFA having announced the final three-man shortlist for the Ballon d’Or.

Given to the best player in world football for a given year, debate has raged over who should win the award this time around. (more…)

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England: Will football ever come home?

England have reasons to be optimistic.

Optimism, a word that has been the catalyst to many an Englishman’s international competition campaign for the last 48 years. (more…)

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