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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Argentina, Netherlands, Japan and Ghana in danger of missing World Cup

Alejandro Moreno talks how Brazil and Argentina are looking following the latest round of World Cup qualifiers.

With 12 months to go before we know the 31 teams who will join hosts Russia at the 2018 World Cup, we take a look at some of the major nations and familiar names who appear to have a battle on their hands to make the finals.

Argentina and Chile

Argentina's 3-0 defeat in Brazil last week left them facing a huge crisis in their qualification bid. However, victory at home to Colombia on Tuesday averted this for now, as at least that win left them fifth and that offers a playoff against the winners of...

 By John Duerden

Should Shinji Kagawa leave Borussia Dortmund and return to the J.League?

Shinji Kagawa has struggled since returning to Germany, but he still has plenty to offer a top club.

There are rumours in the Japanese media that Shinji Kagawa could leave Borussia Dortmund in January to return home and sign for J.League club Yokohama F. Marinos.

ESPN FC asks whether he should stay or go.

Time to go

The main reason the playmaker should take his talents home is he is no longer an automatic pick for his current club. Since returning from a mixed spell with Manchester United in the summer of 2014, Kagawa has struggled to recapture the form that made him a star in his first German...

 By Jason Dasey

Hasebe the hero as Japan keep Tim Cahill quiet in World Cup qualifier

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down all the action from the 1-1 draw between Australia and Japan in AFC WCQ.

Japan can look back with satisfaction on their gritty 1-1 draw with Asian Cup champions Australia in a 2018 AFC World Cup qualifying match on Tuesday night.

In a first meeting between familiar foes in two years, Genki Haraguchi gave the Japanese a fifth-minute lead before the Socceroos equalised through Mile Jedinak's penalty early in the second half.

Here are three thoughts on Japan's performance at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium:

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1. Validation for Vahid

Just 18 months into the job, Japan coach Vahid...

 By John Duerden

Keisuke Honda not exactly living the dream at AC Milan

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti explains the predicaments Milan and Inter find themselves in at the start of the Serie A season.
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Keisuke Honda has only seen 19 minutes of action for AC Milan this season.

Playing for AC Milan was all Keisuke Honda wanted when growing up in Japan in the 90s and being handed the No. 10 shirt was just even better.

With that individual entry on the bucket list ticked, the 30 year-old may reflect that had his timing, so good on the pitch, been a little better off it then Milan could have been magical in many more ways.

It is not just the time spent on the bench so far this Serie A season -- all but 19 of the 450 minutes Milan have played -- but the feeling that the Osaka-born...

 By John Duerden

Another UAE Panenka nightmare for Japan while Australia cruise past Iraq

If you want to make friends with football fans in Japan in the near future it's probably best not to mention the United Arab Emirates or Panenka penalties -- though a reference to needing goalline technology will be well-received.

Emotions are running high in the Land of the Rising Sun after losing 2-1 at home to UAE on Thursday evening in the opening game of the final round of qualification for the 2018 World Cup. Losing the first game in Group B was not part of the Saitama Stadium script but at...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2016 Olympics men's football preview

The Olympic football tournament is almost set to kick off in Rio de Janeiro. Here is a preview of all 16 teams.

GROUP A

BRAZIL: The Brazilians are red-hot favourites to at last win the only title they are lacking, both because of the depleted competition and because they are taking it so seriously. For many Brazilians, the men's football tournament will be the most important part of the Games. Moreover, after years of disappointment, Brazil need something special to bring the fans back onside.

MANAGER:...