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Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
6 days ago

Qatar World Cup speculation provides a lot of smoke, but no fire yet

When the sport you govern finds itself under pressure, sometimes the only thing you can do is come out fighting.

Ever since Qatar was awarded the right to host the 2022 World Cup, hope has remained in some quarters that the tournament would ultimately be taken away from the tiny Middle Eastern country. Allegations of corruption have generated plenty of smoke, as have the appalling working conditions inside the country. Yet there hasn't been any fire, at least by FIFA's narrow definition.

The accumulation of fuel continues, however. The latest addition to the possible pyrotechnics came this week when FIFA Executive...

Sep 8, 2014

Jose Gimenez hits winner as Uruguay earn win away to South Korea

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Jose Gimenez celebrates with Uruguay after scoring the only goal of the Monday's friendly in South Korea.

Jose Gimenez headed in a second-half free kick Monday to give Uruguay a 1-0 win over hosts South Korea in a friendly in Goyang.

Midway through the second half, Gimenez rose clear at the far post and scored the lone goal from substitute Giorgian De Arrascaeta's free kick.

"The Korean team played hard and it was a really tough game for us," said Uruguay assistant coach Celso Otero, standing in for Oscar Tabarez, who is recovering from back surgery. "We had prepared well for this game which is why...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Sep 5, 2014

Brazil top Colombia in Dunga's first game, Uruguay beat Japan

The ESPN FC panel discuss Neymar's recent captaincy appointment for the Brazil national team, and if this is a step in the wrong direction.

In their first game under new manager Dunga, Brazil squeaked out a 1-0 victory over neighboring Colombia at Sun Life stadium in Miami, Fla.

Neymar scored in the 83rd minute on a free kick from 22 yards out in the young striker's first game as Brazil captain. Brazil controlled 60 percent of the possession during the game.

- Is Neymar a good fit as Brazil's captain?

The game also marked Brazil's first international competition since suffering back-to-back defeats in the semifinals and consolation...

Aug 18, 2014

Van Marwijk turns down South Korea

Bert van Marwijk watches on as Hamburg lose to Eintracht Braunschweig.
Bert van Marwijk will not be taking charge of the South Korea side.

Bert van Marwijk has rejected the offer made by the Korean Football Association [KFA] to join as the South Korea national head coach.

Negotiations between the KFA and former Dutch coach Van Marwijk, who was sacked from his job with Hamburg in Feb. 2014, broke down at the weekend after an agreement could not be reached.

Lee Yong-soo, the head of the KFA's technical committee, said that Van Marwijk's decision had been influenced by tax-related issues surrounding his salary and also how long he was...