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 Posted by Felipe Miguel
Jun 4, 2014

Uruguay looks strong sans Suarez

His 65 million Euro move to PSG made him the most expensive Ligue 1 player of all time and he rewarded his new team by scoring 25 goals in 43 appearances.

Diego Forlan still has it in him

Diego Forlan had a very good game against Slovenia. He played as a second striker, acting as a playmaker behind Edinson Cavani -- so much that he assisted Cavani in Uruguay's first goal with a brilliant pass stuck into the back of the defensive line. Also, he was clinical from the set pieces, proving to be very dangerous from the corner kicks. He had to go down to midfield a few times to retrieve the ball but was one of the most important men on the field.

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 Posted by Firdose Moonda
Jun 4, 2014

Senegal's surprising 2002 World Cup

West African football had made an impact on the international scene thanks to Cameroon and Nigeria, but in the new millennium, it was time for a new face.

Senegal had been simmering in the early 1990s when they reached the quarterfinals of the African Nations Cup in two consecutive tournaments but slipped off the radar before storming back almost a decade later.

They were quarterfinalists at the 2000 ANC and then the runner-up in 2002, when they lost to Nigeria. Senegal had also surprised the...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Oct 22, 2013

Tributes paid to former Senegal manager Metsu

The burial of former Senegal football coach Bruno Metsu took place on Monday with former players leading the tributes. Metsu died from cancer aged 59 last week.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Oct 15, 2013

Former Senegal manager Bruno Metsu passes away

Frenchman Bruno Metsu who was in charge of the Senegal team that made the 2002 World Cup quarterfinals has passed away after a battle with cancer

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Oct 15, 2013

Bruno Metsu loses cancer battle

Frenchman Bruno Metsu who was in charge of the Senegal team that made the 2002 World Cup quarterfinals has passed away after a battle with cancer

Bruno Metsu, the French manager who stunned then-world champions Les Bleus at the 2002 World Cup with Senegal, has died after a long struggle with cancer.

Metsu's Senegal recorded one of the biggest World Cup upsets of all time.
Metsu's Senegal recorded one of the biggest World Cup upsets of all time.

Metsu, 59, passed away on Monday night at a clinic in his native northern France after losing his battle against colon, liver and lung cancer.

A former professional player at Valenciennes,...