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14 July 2014
Singapore might not have been at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but that doesn't mean they can't learn from it, Andy Jackson points out...
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The 2014 FIFA World Cup was a tournament of contrasting halves but sustained intrigue.
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13 July 2014
Players and managers can win and lose shootouts, says Ben Lyttleton - and legends quickly arise...
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8 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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FIFA have imposed a three-match ban on Brazil's chief media oficer, Rodrigo Paiva, after his bust-up with Chile forward Mauricio Pinilla.
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5 July 2014
May the best team win? At this World Cup, says Michael Cox, it's more likely to be the key player...
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4 July 2014
Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli will remain in charge of the South American side until at least the 2015 Copa America.
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3 July 2014
A shot one centimetre lower, a marginal offside call, a send-off that never happened... Football is decided by the smallest of margins. David Hards takes a look at the Top Five 'what if' moments that could have changed the 2014 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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Brazil's press officer, Rodrigo Paiva, has been suspended for one match by FIFA following a clash with Chile's Mauricio Pinilla.

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