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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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Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal would have won 2006 Champions League with VAR’s technology

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says his side of 2005-06 may have claimed Champions League glory.

If video assistant referees (VAR) had been introduced at an earlier time. (more…)

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FIFA: An enemy of football?

In the wake of last week’s Scottish referendum.

Some young scamps took to Twitter, floating the idea that maybe football should seek independence from FIFA. (more…)

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Drama and deadlines: Will Brazil be ready for the World Cup?

What can be better than a FIFA World Cup in Brazil?

One of the most football-mad nations in the entire world, who not only have dominated this competition in years gone by, but done so in style. (more…)

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World Cup 2014: Group D preview

Alongside Group B, Group D is considered to be one of the hardest and most unpredictable groups in the competition.

It consists of Italy, Uruguay, England and Costa Rica. (more…)

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Summer 2013: Transfer bargains

Forget the extortionately priced players, here’s some players that clubs should really think about buying as they’re available for very reasonable prices!

The list is dominated by Premier League players with the exception of the Brazilian, Fred. Of course, we all have opinions and mine is just one of them so tell me in the comments below if you think anyone should be added to this list, or if you can think of any foreign players who deserve a place there! (more…)

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Confederations Cup 2013 – The Review

There’s nothing like a memorable final to paper over the cracks of a tournament.

In many ways, the 2013 Confederations Cup provided more questions than answers ahead of next summer’s World Cup. (more…)

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Confederations Cup 2013 review

A miracle; a tragedy; and new hope for a forgotten giant.

Right from the first whistle it was apparent that the Confederations Cup, the curtain raiser to Brazil’s year long football feast, was going to be something special, and just a little bit unique. (more…)

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Manchester City’s top 5 striking targets

With Carlos Tevez and Mario Balotelli both having hit the exit door at Manchester City, a new striker or two is now high on the priority list for the Sky Blues

Since Tevez departed earlier this week, many names have been linked with a move to the Etihad, but here I am determined to outline the top five strikers City have been linked with, and who they should make a move for. (more…)

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Tahiti and the greatest underdog story ever told

It’s fair to say there are very few certainties in life

.. and yet strangely, it is that uncertainty that provides one of the biggest certainties life has to offer: football fans love an underdog. (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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