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  1. Romario blames corruption for Cup loss

    Corruption, not just poor play, was to blame for Brazil's exit from the World Cup says Brazilian footballing great Romario.

  2. Moyes hails Cahill's spirit

    Moyes hails Cahill's spirit

    Tim Cahill’s former manager David Moyes has told thewest.com.au the Socceroos talisman’s unbreakable spirit is the cornerstone to his World Cup success.

  3. Blatter rival says Aust can't host cup

    Blatter rival says Aust can't host cup

    The man who could be the next boss of soccer's world governing body says Australia doesn't deserve to get the 2022 World Cup if there is re-vote for hosting rights

  4. England physio's cup over after bizarre injury

    England physio's cup over after bizarre injury

    England physio Gary Lewin's World Cup has ended early after he dislocated his ankle celebrating his country's goal against Italy.

  5. West Aussie thrown shock World Cup lifeline

    West Aussie thrown shock World Cup lifeline

    Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Birighitti has been thrown a dramatic lifeline after being axed from Australia's final 23-man World Cup squad.

  6. VIDEO: See Wembley's amazing transformation

    VIDEO: See Wembley's amazing transformation

    Wembley Stadium underwent an amazing makeover last weekend with 160,000 fans passing through to watch an England football international and then a world title boxing match.

  7. Give Aussies World Cup: Lineker

    Give Aussies World Cup: Lineker

    England football great Gary Lineker says Australia remains the best candidate to host the 2022 World Cup amid fresh bribery allegations against Qatar.

  8. Aussie CEO makes $1m World Cup offer

    Aussie CEO makes $1m World Cup offer

    Think you know everything about football? Australian entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan is willing to give you $1 million if you can prove it.

  9. Belgium resurgence sparks optimism

    Belgium resurgence sparks optimism

    A few years ago the notion of Belgium as fifth favourites to win a World Cup ahead of France, Italy and England would have seemed ludicrous even to the country's most ardent supporters.

  10. Scolari unworried by tax probe

    Scolari unworried by tax probe

    Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, under investigation for tax evasion in Portugal, insisted Saturday that the "malicious" disclosure by Portuguese authorities would not affect his work for the World Cup.

  11. Russian oldies seek World Cup success

    Russian oldies seek World Cup success

    The collapse of the Soviet Union delivered a political blow to the country and undermined Russia's soccer team.