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FIFA World Cup

By ESPN Staff
3 days ago

Howard: I want to be in Russia 2018

United States goalkeeper Tim Howard joins Mike & Mike to discuss his plans for Russia 2018 and how the U.S. is being looked at throughout the world.

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Costa Rica's Keylor Navas named CONCACAF's top player

Keylor Navas' heroics helped Costa Rica's deep run in the World Cup.

Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas has been voted CONCACAF's Male Player of the Year, the confederation announced on Tuesday.

The football governing body of North and Central America and the Caribbean said that Navas was followed by Costa Rica forward Bryan Ruiz and American goalkeeper Tim Howard in voting by national team coaches and captains, media and fans.

During the 2014 World Cup, Navas helped Costa Rica to wins over Uruguay and Italy and a goalless draw against England as they won a very...

By ESPN Staff
4 days ago

Thailand setting higher goals

Following their fourth AFF title, Thailand is now aiming for higher things including a World Cup berth.

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By ESPN Staff
5 days ago

Blatter: 'Fifa must restore credibility'

Fifa president Sepp Blatter says football's world governing body needs to restore its credibility following the acrimonious fall-out from the decision to award the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

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 By PA Sport

Sepp Blatter 'has no plans' to step down as FIFA president - report

Fifa president Sepp Blatter says football's world governing body needs to restore its credibility following the acrimonious fall-out from the decision to award the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is committed to standing for a fifth term in office despite another turbulent year which has seen his leadership questioned time and again, reports Press Association Sport.

Blatter, 78, has been FIFA president since 1998 and is determined to stand in May's presidential elections as he seeks to maintain power at the top of football's world governing body.

Candidates have until the end of January to declare their intention to stand, with former FIFA official Jerome Champagne...