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 By Tim Vickery

Brazil through to 2018 World Cup while Uruguay and Argentina fret

Brazil continue their stellar World Cup qualifying campaign with a 3-0 win over Paraguay.
New Brazil captain Neymar says the team is full of high quality players, and not just himself.

In stoppage time of the last game of the round, Uruguay captain Diego Godin headed a free kick against the Peruvian bar. It came down, from the Uruguayan point of view, on the wrong side of the line. They lost 2-1, and as a result of that, Brazil became the first team to qualify for Russia 2018.

Earlier in the evening Brazil had beaten Paraguay 3-0. It was their eighth consecutive victory, all of them since coach Tite took command of a struggling side.

Paraguay did not make it easy for them in...

 By Tim Vickery

Argentina's World Cup spot in jeopardy without Messi as Colombia, Chile soar

The FC panel assess the four-match ban handed to Lionel Messi by FIFA and question whether the punishment fits the crime.

The numbers speak for themselves. Lionel Messi has played six matches in Argentina's World Cup qualification campaign, notching five wins and one defeat. In the eight games he has missed, however, Argentina have accumulated one win, four draws and three defeats. Messi's four-match suspension was handed down Tuesday morning, and he still has three more games to miss; after the 2-0 defeat in Bolivia, his absence casts serious doubt on his country's capacity to qualify.

His ban -- four games for...

 By Tom Marshall

Sol Campbell Q&A: Talking Trinidad & Tobago, coaching and his future

Arsenal legend and current T&T assistant Sol Campbell discusses Arsene Wenger's current situation and future at the Emirates.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- Sol Campbell has rolled his sleeves up and taken the plunge into what he hopes will be a successful coaching career.

It is not, however, necessarily the expected first step for a former player of Campbell's pedigree and standing in the game. Instead of taking a job back in England, the veteran of three World Cups accepted a call in January from incoming Trinidad and Tobago head coach Dennis Lawrence as the Caribbean side embarked on its tricky journey in CONCACAF...

England try to find a "Plan B," Cristiano Ronaldo's latest goals, Mbappe's future

Shaka Hislop talks which of England's strikers will most likely feature in the 2018 World Cup next summer.

The fact that Gareth Southgate switched to a back three in Thursday's 1-0 friendly defeat to Germany only to go back to a 4-2-3-1 in the qualifier against Lithuania on Sunday was read in different ways. He said it was a function of needing to figure out different formations to suit different opponents. It's an interesting take and somewhat different from his predecessors, most of whom believed that the best way to build chemistry was to play the same way each time.

The problem with England having...

Building the ultimate footballer: Ronaldo, Messi, Lahm and more

Craig Burley and Mark Donaldson give their take on what makes the ultimate footballer based on five core attributes.

Football players typically possess a key attribute (Arjen Robben and his left foot, anyone?) around which they build their game. Which got us to thinking: What if you could mix and match the individual skills of today's world-beaters to create the ultimate footballer, the perfect weapon in both attack and defence? We think it would look something like this:

Mind: Philipp Lahm

Pep Guardiola once called him "perhaps the most intelligent player I have ever trained in my career," and he's coached...

Don't waste Marcus Rashford's time with England U21s, he needs rest

Shaka Hislop talks which of England's strikers will most likely feature in the 2018 World Cup next summer.

Marcus Rashford had just three weeks' holiday last summer, a mini-break squeezed in between England's Euro 2016 elimination at the hands of Iceland on June 27 and his return to training at Manchester United the day before Jose Mourinho's squad flew to China for their preseason tour on July 19.

If England manager Gareth Southgate and the Football Association have their way, the 19-year-old will have even less downtime this summer due to their determination to have the United forward in the squad...