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There comes a time in the college football’s teampath, which they realize that items are not likely to go in a positive way inside the upcoming period. This really is the case for that Gamecocks of South Carolina. That is a sign that points are going to head in a negative manner. This implies that the group are likely to be downward spiral in 2010. You will find many diverse kinds of very good news to the rest from the teams in the SEC on the other hand the Gamecocks aren’t planning to be one of these teams. The group… Continue reading

There comes a time in the college football’s teampath, which they realize that items are not likely to go in a positive way inside the upcoming period. This really is the case for that Gamecocks of South Carolina. That is a sign that points are going to head in a negative manner. This implies that the group are likely to be downward spiral in 2010. You will find many diverse kinds of very good news to the rest from the teams in the SEC on the other hand the Gamecocks aren’t planning to be one of these teams. The group… Continue reading

After utter failure at predicting the short-term future this year – although Rooney’s fail-beard was spot on (do you think he’s contractually obligated to sport one for ManU come opening day now?) – Nike has done the only smart thing possible: gone with a long enough time frame such that there is no accountability. Who’s going to remember in 5-10 years if this year’s US team didn’t exactly spark America’s rise into relevance when contention is discussed? Exactly – no one.

Nike: Write The Future Long-Term Future So No One Will Remember If We’re Wrong.

(You heard it here first… Continue reading

No sooner than the football takes hold of our hearts and minds, the traveling art of the World Cup, the ladies, will garner attention from another area of the body…the eyes, obviously. This makes the day Sweden was knocked out of World Cup contention the saddest day in recent football history, yet we shall trudge on, fighting the good fight – perhaps the easiest fight of them all.

Thus we have models bodypainted in the colors and flags of their respective countries – the bigger countries, at least, and not for the first time. The models are very much NSFW,… Continue reading

FIFA News

Karen Duggan speaks to FIFA.com about Republic of Ireland's quest to make the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ their first major tournament and explains why she has opted against turning profe [read]

In the build-up to Russia 2018, FIFA.com will be highlighting some classic FIFA World Cup images. This week we look back to 1974 and the spectacular scenes that greeted the beaten Netherlands team on [read]

With just 22 matches played, all friendlies, since the December edition, it is no surprise to see few significant changes in the first FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of 2018, with Germany remaining on t [read]

Presidents and general secretaries from 21 FIFA member associations and three confederations (AFC, CONCACAF and UEFA) debated issues, including the FIFA Forward Programme and the future of youth and w [read]

Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year and FIFA World Cup winner Ronaldinho has retired from professional football, bringing to an end a two-decade career on the pitch adorned with medals, trophies an [read]

Trinidad and Tobago will be the setting for the ninth edition of the 2018 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship, which begins on Thursday, with three places at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup up for [read]

The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 moved a step closer on Wednesday 17 January, with the announcement of the match schedule. [read]

In the hunt to win the first ever MLS Cup, New York Red Bulls have already made a new signing – two-time Grand Finalist Michael Labelle. [read]

As they chase a first FIFA Women's World Cup in the wake of humbling two-time champions Germany, Iceland are reaping the benefits of significant FIFA Forward-supported investment. FIFA.com hears [read]