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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -FIFA will carry out a feasibility study on holding the World Cup and the women's World Cup every two years after backing a proposal at its annual congress on Friday.
(Reuters) - The 2023 women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand will be held from July 20-Aug. 20, global soccer governing body FIFA said.
(Reuters) -Scotland manager Steve Clarke named the uncapped trio of Billy Gilmour, David Turnbull and Nathan Patterson in his 26-man squad for the European Championship on Wednesday, but left out veteran striker Leigh Griffiths after a patchy season with Celtic.
PETALING JAYA: Omar Raiyan Kama Azlan is slowly but surely making waves in football at Red Star Belgrade in Serbia.
LONDON (Reuters) - Had a cruel twist of fate not intervened, Kiyan Prince might have graced the Premier League, earned England caps and shared pitches with the biggest names in soccer.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A fresh Kevin De Bruyne is essential to Belgium’s cause at next month’s European Championship and coach Roberto Martinez is therefore sending him on holiday before the tournament starts.
PETALING JAYA: National footballer Syahmi Safari turned up for national training three days after his newborn passed away.
(Reuters) - For decades, Venezuela's national football team were disparagingly nicknamed "Cinderella" for perennially failing to attend, being the first to depart, or finishing bottom of the pile in the Copa America and World Cup qualifiers.
LONDON (Reuters) - Last November, players of Venezuelan first division football team Trujillanos took to the pitch with a banner demanding their long unpaid salaries and then stood still for a minute in protest once the game kicked off.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Belgium’s Axel Witsel was included in the squad for next month’s European Championship with coach Roberto Martinez gambling the influential midfielder will be fit in time for the tournament.