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How have the World Cup host nations performed in the past?

Russia is already up against it leading into the World Cup,

Having failed to win a single match in their previous seven matches leading up to the tournament. (more…)

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World Cup: The tournament ball through the years

The greatest show on earth is about to kick off once again.

World Cup 2018 in Russia will feature 32 teams, competing in 64 games, at 12 stadiums across 11 cities. (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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Mesut Ozil: A fair weather player?

After a poor start to the season, I ponder the following question.

Is Arsenal’s Mesut Özil anything more than a fair weather player? (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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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 best team of the past decade

Over the past ten years, the football world has been blessed with an overwhelming array of world-class talent.

I have decided to take on the highly debated topic which many of us may never agree on; who is the best XI from the past decade? (more…)

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First World Cup memories

Now that the draw has been made everyone can start look forward to next year’s World Cup in Brazil.

The unveiling of the Brazuca, along with its own Twitter account (???), has also got the ball rolling. By the time it all gets underway in June the anticipation will have reached fever pitch. (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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