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  • Carlos Tevez denies talk of rift with Lionel Messi

    Carlos Tevez denies talk of rift with Lionel Messi

    While calling Lionel Messi 'charming' and 'polite', Carlos Tevez said he gets on well with fellow Argentinian.

  • Zinedine Zidane wanted to coach France after Euro 2012

    Zinedine Zidane wanted to coach France after Euro 2012

    Zinedine Zidane was part of the French team that won the FIFA World Cup in 1998. He also captained France in the 2006 edition of the World Cup in which they made it to the final.

  • Is the Cristiano Ronaldo factor enough for Portugal?

    Is the Cristiano Ronaldo factor enough for Portugal?

    2013 FIFA World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo scored all four of Portugal's goals over two legs against Sweden in the 2014 Brazil World Cup playoffs including a hat-trick in the return leg in Sweden as the Portuguese qualified with a 4-2 aggre...

  • India gain seven places in FIFA rankings

    India gain seven places in FIFA rankings

    India gained six cumulative points over to rise to 145th from 152nd. India also gained three places among Asian countries to be at 25th spot from 28th last month.

  • Cue samba: Brazil's World Cup bound to be special

    Cue samba: Brazil's World Cup bound to be special

    Football and Brazil will both win if the four-week feast of 64 matches fulfills expectations for a samba-fuelled carnival of goals and fun, a showcase for the game's stars to prove their worth or see their thunder stolen by exciting new talents.

  • Pele's hair turned into diamonds for superfans

    Pele's hair turned into diamonds for superfans

    Pele is regarded by many as the greatest footballer that ever played the game, and these diamonds comprised of his own hair is bound to attract his fans from all over.

  • Spanish press trying to destabilise Neymar, says Luiz Felipe Scolari

    Spanish press trying to destabilise Neymar, says Luiz Felipe Scolari

    Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari feels that stories about Neymar diving to get penalties and the controversy over his transfer from Santos to Barcelona were aimed to put him off his game ahead of the FIFA World Cup.

  • FIFA World Cup: Brazil sends in armed forces to assist in policing poor area

    FIFA World Cup: Brazil sends in armed forces to assist in policing poor area

    A soldier patrolled Complexo da Maré in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday in an effort to improve security and drive out drug gangs.

  • Love, sex and football: A Brazilian extravaganza awaits

    Love, sex and football: A Brazilian extravaganza awaits

    The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Brazil on June 12. While football fans await the start of arguably the greatest sporting event, there is more to the opening day than just the beautiful game. For June 12 is also Lover's Day in Brazil.

  • FIFA World Cup: Roy Hodgson vows England will play attacking style football in Brazil

    FIFA World Cup: Roy Hodgson vows England will play attacking style football in Brazil

    England will kick off their World Cup campaign against Italy in Manaus on June 14 in a rematch of Roy Hodgson's side's last game at a major tournament. England were beaten by Italy on penalties after a dull 0-0 draw in the Euro 2012 quarter-finals an...

  • Sepp Blatter says FIFA World Cup will be 'well done'

    Sepp  Blatter says FIFA World Cup will be 'well done'

    Brazil are hosting the FIFA World Cup for the first time since 1950 and there have been delays in preparation for the tournament due to public protests and also stadiums not being completed at the correct time.

  • FC Barcelona to appeal FIFA transfer ban

    FC Barcelona to appeal FIFA transfer ban

    FC Barcelona have been imposed with a one-year ban for signing under-age players. If upheld, FC Barcelona would not be able to replace Victor Valdes and Carles Puyol who have said they will leave the club in June.

  • FIFA bans FC Barcelona from signing players until 2015

    FIFA bans FC Barcelona from signing players until 2015

    FIFA explained that both Barcelona and the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) had "violated several provisions concerning the international transfer and first registration of non-Spanish minors with the club," over the period 2009 to 2013.

  • Paulinho says FIFA World Cup spot not threatened

    Paulinho says FIFA World Cup spot not threatened

    The 25-year-old played a key role in Luiz Felipe Scolari's team that won the Confederations Cup last year with his tight marking and appetite for goal, reports Xinhua.

  • FIFA World Cup ticket demand hits 2.56 million

    FIFA World Cup ticket demand hits 2.56 million

    While local fans in Brazil are lapping up the tickets, FIFA says clashes like Germany vs Portugal and England vs Italy are complete sold-out as well.

  • Brazil to ban racist fans from World Cup

    Brazil to ban racist fans from World Cup

    Sports Minister Aldo Rebelo Tuesday warned international fans would be vetted when entering the country while Brazilians guilty of previous race-based charges will be denied entry at stadiums, reports Xinhua.

  • FIFA World Cup: No distractions, please, 'focused' Steven Gerrard to keep model wife Alex Curran at home

    FIFA World Cup: No distractions, please, 'focused' Steven Gerrard to keep model wife Alex Curran at home

    Steven Gerrard, who has played in two World Cups for England so far, has decided to keep wife Alex Curran at home and travel to Brazil 'single'.

  • Shakira records second official FIFA World Cup song

    Shakira records second official FIFA World Cup song

    Popular singer-performer Shakira has recorded a new number for the 2014 FIFA World Cup to be held in Brazil this time.

  • Shakira unveils second official World Cup song

    Shakira unveils second official World Cup song

    After a five-year break, Shakira is back with a new, self-titled album.

  • Brazil assistant coach hints at snubbing Ronaldinho for World Cup

    Brazil assistant coach hints at snubbing Ronaldinho for World Cup

    Brazil assistant coach Carlos Alberto Parreira said Ronaldinho hasn't been able to continue his career in the way that is needed to play with the Selecao with complete and total dedication.

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