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  • WATCH: Here's the official World Cup 2018 music video
  • WATCH: Here's the official World Cup 2018 music

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    Fifa says fans have enough time to learn the lyrics to the official World Cup 2018 song " Live it Up" before it is performed before 80 000 spectators at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium and around one billion people watching o

  • FIFA World Cup 2026: Canada, US & Mexico v Morocco
  • FIFA World Cup 2026: Canada, US & Mexico v

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    One side has David Beckham lobbying and Donald Trump menacing on social media. The other is promising a "European" World Cup in Africa.
    But who will prevail on Wednesday when a vote is taken to decide on the hosts o

  • Sachin's son, Arjun Tendulkar, picked for India U-19 squad
  • Sachin's son, Arjun Tendulkar, picked for India

    • 2 weeks   ago
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    The most famous Indian surname in cricket is set to take the field for a national squad once again. But it will be Arjun Tendulkar, not father Sachin, and he'll be playing for the India under-19 squad.

  • World Cup Tier Rankings: Establishing the True Contenders at Russia 2018
  • World Cup Tier Rankings: Establishing the True

    • 2 weeks   ago
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    Colombia loves its fútbol, and the country—the second most populous in South America—is home to big, successful clubs and iconic players. There’s no question it’s an important soccer nation. And four years ago,

  • Mayweather, Messi Lead The World's Highest-Paid Athletes
  • Mayweather, Messi Lead The World's Highest-Paid

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    Blockbuster TV contracts are producing record hauls for the top-earning athletes around the globe. Nowhere is it more evident than the NBA, where players benefitted from the jump in the salary cap in 2016 as a result of the start of the

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: WHOA! Russian cosmonauts flaunt football skills in ZERO-gravity
  • FIFA World Cup 2018: WHOA! Russian cosmonauts

    • 2 weeks   ago
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    FIFA World Cup 2018 is just days away, and football fans around the globe seem to be super excited for the mega sporting extravaganza. In a first, it seems, the football fever has transcended to outer space too – and we are NOT kidding.

  • Soccer: Fans should burn Messi shirts if he plays in Jerusalem - Palestinian
  • Soccer: Fans should burn Messi shirts if he plays

    • 2 weeks   ago
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    The Palestine Football Association chief urged fans on Sunday to burn pictures of Argentina striker Lionel Messi and replicas of his shirt if he plays against Israel in Jerusalem next weekend.
    Twice world champions Argentina

  • Ronaldo Hires The Best Bull Fighter As Bodyguard During Russia World Cup (Photo)
  • Ronaldo Hires The Best Bull Fighter As Bodyguard

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    Cristiano Ronaldo has beefed up his personal security… by hiring one of the world’s best bull fighters.
    Real Madrid ace Cristiano, 33, has employed shaven-headed strongman Nuno Marecos, whose usual day job is to

  • World Cup Friendly: Neymar Back With A Bang As Brazil Star Sinks Croatia
  • World Cup Friendly: Neymar Back With A Bang As

    • 2 weeks   ago
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    Brazil star Neymar made a stunning return from injury with a superb goal in their 2-0 friendly victory over Croatia on Sunday. Just 98 days after suffering an injury he feared would keep him out of the upcoming World Cup in Russia, Neymar was

  • Neymar scores on return as Brazil beat Croatia
  • Neymar scores on return as Brazil beat Croatia

    • 2 weeks   ago
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     Neymar scored on his return to action after three months out through injury as Brazil warmed up for the World Cup with a 2-0 friendly win over Croatia at Anfield on Sunday.

  • Nicole Scherzinger reimagines Dancing in the Street for Qatar Airways World Cup campaign
  • Nicole Scherzinger reimagines Dancing in the

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    Nicole Scherzinger has opened up Qatar Airlines’ campaign for the World Cup with ad where she reimagines classic song 'Dancing in the Streets'.
    The World Cup sponsor looks to show the joy the competition brings