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FIFA bans El Salvador coach for two years for role in match-fixing case

Ramon Maradiaga
Ramon Maradiaga has been banned for two years for his role in a match-fixing probe.

FIFA has banned a former El Salvador coach for two years for his role in offering players money to perform well in a World Cup qualifying game, thereby helping his native Honduras.

The ethics committee found Ramon Maradiaga guilty of bribery and corruption and failing to report the plot.

According to the findings, El Salvador's players were offered cash by a third party if they managed to win -- or at least avoid losing by more than two goals -- in a qualifier against Canada because a three-goal...

 By Arch Bell

Houston Hondurans return from World Cup heartbreak to suffer MLS letdown

The total flying time from Sydney to Houston is a little more than 19 hours, giving travelers ample time to spend with their thoughts.

Following Honduras' 3-1 defeat at Australia on Nov. 15 in their intercontinental playoff for a berth in the 2018 World Cup, it was undoubtedly a long, pensive flight for the Houston Dynamo's Honduran trio of Alberth Elis, Romell Quioto and Boniek Garcia. The three had to quickly shake off the deflating feeling of not going to Russia next summer and turn their...

 By Jason Dasey

Socceroos need to keep Ange, make harsh decisions for 2018 World Cup

Tim Cahill talks the importance of Mile Jedinak to Australia despite his countless injuries.

After the longest qualifying campaign in their history, Australia secured their place in a fourth consecutive World Cup with a 3-1 victory over Honduras in their second-leg playoff in Sydney on Wednesday night.

Over 22 games, dating back almost two-and-a-half years years, the Socceroos may have looked unconvincing on occasions. However, they did show resilience to negotiate trips to far-off places like Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and hold their nerve in four playoff games.

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Fit-again captain Mile Jedinak helps Australia seal World Cup qualification

Tim Cahill talks the importance of Mile Jedinak to Australia despite his countless injuries.

SYDNEY -- Australia booked their place at the 2018 World Cup after a convincing 3-1 win over Honduras in Sydney on Wednesday night. Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak was the hero for the hosts, scoring all three goals for Australia, including two from the penalty spot.

Here are three thoughts from the match.

1. First half bore, second half score

Is that harsh on the first 45 minutes? Perhaps Australia's endeavour was on show for a few moments in the first half, with golden chances for Mathew Leckie...

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Mile Jedinak hat trick helps Australia book 2018 World Cup spot

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World Cup playoff: Tom Rogic got onto the end of a Tim Cahill cross, but was denied as the goalkeeper dived at his feet.
World Cup playoff: Aaron Mooy's freekick almost finds someone on the end of it.
World Cup playoff: Mile Jedinak (54') Australia 1-0 Honduras

Australian skipper Mile Jedinak has fired the Socceroos to a fourth-straight World Cup, scoring a double in a 3-1 defeat of Honduras.

An hour of anxiety gave way to euphoria at ANZ Stadium after the Socceroos finally found a way past their playoff opponents.

But after 22 matches in 27 months on the Socceroos' marathon road to Russia, what's 60 minutes to wait?

Jedinak's deflected free kick and pair of penalties overcame Honduras, providing vindication at long last for Ange Postecoglou's tactical...