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Prandelli bemoans mistakes

ESPN staff | August, 15 2013

Italy manager Cesare Prandelli bemoaned a host of ‘mistakes’ that cost his side a 2-1 defeat to an Argentine side that he describes as one of the best “in the world”. #INSERT type:image caption:Cesare Prandelli believ...

Spain streak sets new record

ESPN staff | June, 24 2013

Spain set a new world record for the longest unbeaten run of competitive matches in international football with Sunday's Confederations Cup win over Nigeria in Fortaleza.

No SA return for Pienaar

Mike Whalley | June, 19 2013

Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar has ruled out a return to international football, despite admitting that quitting was a painful decision.

Brazil hit record-low 22nd in FIFA ranking

ESPN staff | June, 6 2013

Brazil have dropped to a record low of 22nd in the FIFA world ranking a year before they host next summer's World Cup finals.

FIFA approves stricter racism sanctions

ESPN staff | May, 31 2013

FIFA's member countries have approved new strict regulations to combat racism in football at the world governing body's congress in Mauritius.

Podolski glad to grab goal record

Stephan Uersfeld, Germany Correspondent | May, 30 2013

Lukas Podolski said he was happy to become the scorer of Germany's fastest goal, but admitted he has "scored more important goals" in his career.

Hodgson hints at end for Barry

Richard Jolly | May, 23 2013

Roy Hodgson has hinted that Gareth Barry's England career is over because he cannot pick too many midfielders in their thirties.

Neville: Beckham transcended football

Kevin Palmer | May, 16 2013

Gary Neville has hailed his close friend and former team-mate David Beckham as the most influential player of his generation after the 38-year-old England icon called time on his football career.

Hodgson hopes Beckham stays in football

ESPN staff | May, 16 2013

England manager Roy Hodgson has paid tribute to David Beckham after he announced his retirement from football on Thursday, and expressed his hope that the former captain of the national team remained involved in the game.

Sheikh Salman of Bahrain wins AFC presidency

ESPN staff | May, 2 2013

Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa of Bahrain has won the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) presidential election by a landslide margin.

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