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26 April 2017
Wales will be without Neil Taylor for World Cup qualifiers against Serbia and Austria as a result of a FIFA suspension.
18 April 2017
Richard Edwards recalls the game's oddest instances of thievery, including that time David Beckham's car ended up in the hands of Macedonia's interior minister
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10 April 2017
The first edition of the 48-team World Cup could take place across North America with the US, Canada and Mexico combining for a hosting bid.
Brazil
7 April 2017
That 7-1 crushing by Germany is long gone: Brazil are the first team to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, and are No.1 in the FIFA rankings for the first time in seven years. Marcus Alves explains why they’re a side transformed
6 April 2017
Englishman Steve Darby has extensive experience coaching across Southeast Asia, making stops in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, among others. Using those experiences he has put together a guide to surviving as a foreigner in this part of the world.
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31 March 2017
Persatuan Bolasepak Thailand telah menerima perletakan jawatan ketua jurulatih, Kiatisak Senamuang selepas kempen kelayakan Piala Dunia 2018 Thailand tamat selepas prestasi mengecewakan.
31 March 2017
When you think of powerhouse nations in Asia, the first names that likely spring to mind are these two. Their rivalry dates back generations and is about more than just football...
28 March 2017
In the second installment in our series on the biggest rivalries in Asia, Japan-based Australian Scott McIntyre and his Singapore-based compatriot James Dampney debate the fairly recent rivalry that has emerged between Japan's Samurai Blue and the Socceroos.
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23 March 2017
Klaus Augenthaler - who won the World Cup with West Germany in 1990 - believes Joachim Low's men can go back-to-back in Russia next year.
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23 March 2017
Speaking to Omnisport, Football Association of Montenegro president Dejan Savicevic is happy with the progress in the country.

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