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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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Five bold predictions for the FIFA World Cup

So finally, the World Cup is right around the corner.

Four years of waiting has led up to this, where the greatest players in the world will pit themselves against their opposition on the grandest stage of them all. (more…)

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England’s dreaming – All those years of hurt

When I was a small boy, there were two scarves hung in my room, Coventry and England.

Club and Country, my footballing legacies for life. (more…)

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The offside rule: What should be done about it?

The offside rule.

I’m going to assume the large majority of football fans know what it is. (more…)

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Through thick and thin: Football’s less decorated sole club stalwarts

One club men have long been an uncommon sight in football, but even less common are those who have been at a less successful club.

Ryan Giggs and John Terry will not be making this list of men who have preferred to stay put, as we look back at football’s lesser known loyalists. (more…)

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Top 10 number 10’s in the past 10 years

Over the years the world has seen the greatest players in the number 10 role.

Pele and Diego Maradona can only be described as the most technically gifted players to grace the pitch. A lot of previous No.10 lists have included players such as George Best and Johan Cruyff. I would like to point out that I consider these players as wingers and this is precisely why Cristiano Ronaldo won’t feature in this list. (more…)

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How River Plate missed out on Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi. The greatest player of all time?

Let’s leave that argument for another day. Instead, let me tell you the story of how some childish schoolboy behaviour stopped him from signing for Argentine giants River Plate. (more…)

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Goal-line technology gets the go-ahead

The decision to use goal-line technology in football has been strongly disputed by FIFA for years.

However, it seems that years of discussion and debate have come to an end and a new era is finally upon us. (more…)

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Euro 2012: Preview and predictions

The 14th European Championships are about to kick off in Poland and Ukraine

Xavi and Wesley Sneijder have said recently that the Euros are harder to win than the World Cup. A bold statement, yes, but nevertheless it’s one many would agree with. (more…)

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