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7 July 2014
Researchers have presented compelling evidence that any side lauded as a ‘golden generation’ will inevitably fail to progress beyond the last eight, reports Back of the Net's John Foster.
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5 July 2014
Nick Harper's latest musings from World Cup Land begin with a familiar face, as Big Phil is not a happy man once again...
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4 July 2014
Players will often say they will use the World Cup to showcase their talent to prospective buyers and sometimes all it takes is a couple of good games to become a household name, even if you aren't actually that good, as Charles Ducksbury explains...
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4 July 2014
FFT's Jonathan Fadugba reviews Africa's performance at the World Cup and finds positives amid the doom-mongering...
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2 July 2014
FIFA has said there has been no evidence that match-fixing has taken place at the World Cup.
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2 July 2014
Ink! Gossip! Match-fixing (or not)! Nick Harper brings you up to date with all the news that's fit to, er, print off?
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1 July 2014
The convicted match-fixer who was said to have predicted a FIFA World Cup scoreline involving Cameroon has emphatically denied the claims.
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1 July 2014
Cameroon officials are investigating alleged match-fixing claims stemming from their FIFA World Cup games.
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28 June 2014
FFT's resident conspiracy thoerist, Nick Harper, calculates exactly how the 2014 World Cup group stages would and should have panned out had the men in black been on the money. The sound you can hear is straws being clutched...
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27 June 2014
Fernandinho knows he may not have been able to celebrate a goalscoring FIFA World Cup debut on home soil had he not joined Manchester City.

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