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Holy guacamole! Mexican fuel shortage threatens Super Bowl snack

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Super Bowl fans may have to go without guacamole this year if avocado farmers in Mexico cannot send their fruit to the United States because of a prolonged fuel shortage.

Saudi Arabia may need extra time to privatise football clubs

DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's plan to privatise its football clubs could be delayed beyond the targeted 2020, the head of the country's football federation told Reuters, in what would be the latest setback to economic reforms.

Aubameyang slams Gabon decision to name his father as manager

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Gabon captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has criticised the football federation (FEGAFOOT) decision to appoint his father as national team coach and said Pierre Aubame did not want the job.

Mexico's Pipeline to Soccer's Top Tier

PACHUCA, Mexico — In the bottom floor of the dormitory at one of Mexico’s most successful soccer academies, more than two dozen middle-school-age boys gathered last week to watch intently as Croatia crushed Argentina in a World Cup game.

What Will Belgium Be if It's Winning in the World Cup?

IN A COUNTRY THAT PRIDES ITSELF ON ITS MODESTY, A VICTORY COULD LEAD TO AN EXISTENTIAL CRISIS.

A Nightmare for Mexico's Soccer Opponents: More Chuckys On the Way

PACHUCA, Mexico — In the bottom floor of the dormitory at one of Mexico’s most successful soccer academies, more than two dozen middle-school-age boys gathered last week to watch intently as Croatia crushed Argentina in a World Cup game.

Japan stick with old guard for World Cup warm-up

TOKYO (Reuters) - New Japan head coach Akira Nishino has named a 27-man squad filled with trusted stalwarts for this month's World Cup warm-up against Ghana on Friday.

Grain exporters in Russia's south fear World Cup security hurdles

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Grain exporters in southern Russia are seeking government assurances that shipments will not be disrupted during the World Cup football finals because of tight security on roads and at ports, industry sources said.

Soccer - As economic sanctions bite, North Korea coach Andersen departs

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Jorn Andersen says he accomplished all of his goals as coach of North Korea's national soccer team but economic hardships have made it impossible for him to stay on in the country.

North Korea heads for diplomacy gold medal at Olympics - analysts

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - North Korea has emerged as the early favourite to grab one of the Winter Olympics' most important medals: the diplomatic gold.