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Cabaye Not Concern With His World Cup Spot for France
Yohan Cabaye's decision in leaving Newcastle United for Paris Saint-Germain on the winter market apparently affecting the midfielder who is having lesser playing time at the moment.
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Felipe Luis Admits Difficulty in Getting Brazil World Cup Squad
Being one of the main players in Atletico Madrid rise of fame in recent time, Brazilian left back, Felipe Luis still not finding it easy to break into his national team setup. The left back is still not being considered much by Luiz Felipe Scolari since the world cup winning tactician seemingly preferred Marcelo and Maxwell, who both have more international experience compared to Luis.
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World Cup dirty XI
We all love the beautiful game, but there’s always that one player who takes the beauty away by going too far. At this summer's World Cup there are bound to be one or two players that make the headlines for the wrong reasons, but will anyone manage the infamy of joining our World Cup Dirty XI? Goalkeeper – Wojciech Szczęsny – Poland 11 yellow cards and 2 red cards – some outfield players go through their whole careers without picking up as many cards, but Arsenal and Poland's #1 has managed it by the age of 23 whilst playing in goal! Defender – Sergio Ramos – Spain The Real Madrid centre-back is rightly regarded as one of the best in the world, but his disciplinary record is far from impressive! Ramos has accumulated 19 red cards for Real Madrid so far, and at only 28 years old there could well be time for a few more! Defender – Walter Samuel – Argentina Inter fans call him 'tough-tackling', but 'dirty' is the word that springs to mind for most opposition fans! Zlatan Ibrahimović says he’s one of the hardest players he's ever played with, and who are we to argue with Ibra! Defender – Pepe – Portugal Sergio Ramos' partner in the Real Madrid defence is no pussycat either, with a reputation for being a tough tackler.
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Carlos Tevez Not Thinking About World Cup 2014
While many footballers are working hard to get into their respective countries' World Cup squad, Juventus' star, Carlos Tevez has different ideas on his mind as he prefers on taking a holiday with his family.
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Prandelli Already Has 18 Names for Italy’s World Cup Squad
The World Cup 2014 is still couple of months away, but preparation for Italy's national team already getting into the final stages especially regarding players selection as head coach Cesare Prandelli claims he already has 18 players on his mind.
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Marc Wilmots Targets Last 16 for Belgium’s World Cup Campaign
Belgium's rise in World Cup qualifier stage was being said to be the effect of their current 'golden generation' where several quality young talents who are currently becoming star players on top European clubs.
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The importance of sport for kids
These days, many youngsters would prefer to fight make believe baddies on their iPad than play football down the park or local playing field. This is doing nothing for their fitness levels (or waistlines) which is why the government, sports coaches, volunteers, companies and national organisations are coming together to get kids active again – so what's changing and why is it important? Funding for schools Funding is always a concern when it comes to sport in schools.
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Italy Setting Up Fluminense Friendly
Italy are taking their World Cup 2014 preparation very seriously as aside from holding a physical test for some potential called up players this week, Azzurri have already set up a friendly by the time they arrived in Brazil.
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Rossi and El Shaarawy Called Up for Italy Test
Starting the preparation ahead of World Cup 2014, Italian national team head coach, Cesare Prandelli, called up 42 players, who could potentially be called up to Brazil. Among those large list of players are two Azzurri talents, Giuseppe Rossi and Stephan El Shaarawy, who have been troubled by injuries in recent months, but they are currently recovering their condition.
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No World Cup for Dortmund’s Gundogan
Another disappointing news arrives for football fans as one more talented player is set to absent from upcoming World Cup 2014 as Borussia Dortmund talented midfielder, Ilkay Gundogan is still far from fully recovered from his back injury.
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Liverpool v Manchester City Premier League Betting Odds
Another big match set to occur in English Premier League this weekend, when Liverpool play host to one of their title rivals, Manchester City at Anfield stadium. Having been picking up nothing but positive results in 2014, Brendan Rodgers' men are keen on keeping their title track on course with another three points against City.
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Giroud- Arsenal Want to Win FA Cup for Fans
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has called on his team to raise their game when they meet Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup semi-finals this weekend and to win the cup for their fans. At the turn of the year Arsenal were still in serious contention to win the Premier League and had progressed through the group stages of the Champions League but, after Premier League drubbings by Everton, Chelsea and Liverpool and defeat to Bayern Munich in Europe, they are now reliant on the FA Cup for success this season.
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Lionel Messi the Clear Favourite for World Cup Golden Boot Glory
Anticipation is continuing to build as the 2014 World Cup in Brazil nears and it is time to start delving into some of the more specific markets ahead of the tournament’s kick off in June.
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And The Champions League Semi Finalists Will Be…
The first legs of the Champions League Quarter Finals kick-off on Tuesday and with the second legs being played just seven days later, the four teams heading to the semi-finals will soon be known.
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Highlights

Bayern Munich vs Kaiserslautern highlights (5-1)
Bayern Munich booked their place for another DFB Pokal final along with a chance to win more title as they defeated Kaiserslautern on midweek. Still hungry for more titles, Bayern immediately took control of that tie as they got in front on 23 minutes through Bastian Schweinsteiger.
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Barcelona vs Real Madrid (1-2)
Real Madrid managed to secure their first possible title for this season as they defeated their arch rival, Barcelona on the final. Playing in neutral ground at Mestalla stadium, Valencia, both teams were looking really eager to put on their attacking play since kick off.
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Everton vs Crystal Palace (2-3)
Everton failed to regain their fourth place seat in English Premier League standings as this midweek they suffered a disappointing home defeat over Crystal Palace. Playing in front of their home crowd, Roberto Martinez's men were putting on an aggressive approach from the start.
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Charlton Athletic vs Barnsley FC (1-2)
Barnsley's survival hope is far from over as this midweek they grabbed an important away win over one of their relegation rivals, Charlton Athletic. Both teams are eager to grab all three points that could keep them in the Championship league by the end of season.
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Reading vs Leicester City FC (1-1)
Leicester City still haven't manage to secure the Championship League title this season as they were held by Reading on their latest league fixture. The home team made a brighter start on that tie as they got themselves in front after 16 minutes through Alex Pearce.
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Borussia Dortmund vs Wolfsburg (2-0)
Borussia Dortmund made their way into the final stages of German DFB Pokal after defeating fellow Bundesliga side, Wolfsburg on midweek. Having the chance to play at home for that semifinals stage, Dortmund were not keen on wasting that opportunity as they immediately took hold of that tie.
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Arsenal vs West Ham (1-3)
Arsenal temporarily got themselves back into the top four seat of English Premier League after grabbing an important away win against West Ham United. Playing in front of their home crowd, Gunners immediately tried to get into an attacking mode but it was West Ham that got in front through Matt Jarvis' goal on 40 minutes.
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Udinese vs Juventus (0-2)
Juventus continue to hod down their table topping position in Italian Serie A after grabbing a sound victory over Udinese at Friuli on Monday. Eager to maintain their gap with second place seat, AS Roma, Juventus took the attacking initiative from kick off as they pushed forward vigorously from kick off.
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Athletic Bilbao vs Malaga (3-0)
Athletic Bilbao comfortably keeping their fourth place in Spanish La Liga standings as they picked up an impressive home victory over Malaga on Monday. The home side immediately took control of proceedings as they grabbed an early lead through Aritz Aduriz who scored after just four minutes of play.
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Hull City vs Sheffield United (5-3)
Hull City made their way into the final stage of FA Cup battle this season after winning a thrilling semifinals against Sheffield United. The League One side made a bright start on that encounter as they went one goal up on 19 minutes from Jose Baxter's effort.
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