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Say what?! Oh no they didn't (they did)...
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The West Germany side that enjoyed victory in Rome 24 years ago had varying levels of success since lifting the cup. Ulrich Hesse tells us more...
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Italia 90 was hardly a festival of flowing football,“ but, writes Chris Hunt, it changed the way we watch the game...
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It's been 16 years since Scotland graced a major international tournament, but there was a time the Tartan Army were regular globe-trotters. Yet even in those relative glory days, things didn't always go to plan, as Sam Rowe explains...
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3 June 2014
The Back of the Net team continue their preview of the 2014 World Cup with a look at Group B...
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Gary Lineker won the Golden Boot at Mexico 86 with six goals for England. FourFourTwo went through the photo album with him...
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The Iraqi national team arrived at Mexico 86 with the spectre of Saddam breathing down their necks. More precisely Uday, his bloodthirsty emissary, son and one-time heir to Hussein'™s brutal political dynasty...
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Argentina arrived a divided team with their coach about to be fired, but then, writes Chris Hunt, a brave decision to make Maradona skipper made all the difference...
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There are games of great technical merit, there are games of high drama, and very occasionally, there are games that have both. This was one of them...
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3 June 2014
An alternative view of the tournament...

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