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Bale won't leave Real - Coleman

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Chris Marustik, former Wales and Swansea full-back, dies at age 54

Former Wales international Chris Marustik has died at the age of 54, following illness.

Swansea and Cardiff paid tribute on their official websites to Marustik, who won six caps and also played for Newport.

He made his debut for Swansea in 1978, featuring in the club's 1978-79 and 1980-81 promotion campaigns as the club climbed the leagues under manager John Toshack.

He played regularly for the Swans in Division One, netting 11 goals in 152 league games and earning an international debut in 1982...

Gareth Bale won't leave Real Madrid despite Man United links - Coleman

Rafael Benitez says he may change Gareth Bale's position on the pitch, but insists he's central to the Real Madrid side.

Wales manager Chris Coleman has said he believes Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid and questioned why he would want to leave for Manchester United.

Bale has top-scored for Coleman's Wales side as they attempt to qualify for Euro 2016 and have gone up to ninth in the world rankings.

United tried to sign the winger when Real bought him from Tottenham for a world-record fee of £85 million in 2013, and they have reportedly retained an interest in the 26-year-old.

However, Bale appears determined...

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Chung Mong-Joon to fight Michel Platini for FIFA presidency

The ESPN FC panel discusses the FIFA presidency candidates and their thoughts on the favourites to win the spot, specifically Michele Platini.

Chung Mong-Joon has confirmed he plans to run for the FIFA presidency at next year's election, saying Michel Platini is not the right man for the job.

The South Korean, a former FIFA vice-president, said earlier this month that a non-European leader would help breathe "new wind" into world football's governing body.

UEFA president Platini has also confirmed that he plans to challenge for the position when Sepp Blatter's reign comes to an end at the election on Feb. 26

Chung told the BBC's...

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Man United target Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid - Wales' Chris Coleman

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti feels Rafael Benitez may consider Gareth Bale as a corner stone to Real Madrid amidst reports that Manchester United are still in search of the Welshman's signature.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley speculates that the Spanish giants might be holding out on selling Sergio Ramos' to Manchester United with their eye on a trade for David de Gea.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley is at odds as to why Rafael Benitez would not originally say Cristiano Ronaldo is the best player at Real Madrid.
The ESPN FC panel talk about Rafael Benitez's recent interview where he called Cristiano Ronaldo the best player in the world.

Chris Coleman believes Gareth Bale will stay at Real Madrid, and that Wales will benefit from the forward's decision.

Bale, 26, has been linked with a move to Manchester United after a frustrating second season at the Bernabeu during which he was booed by Real fans as they failed to land any silverware.

However, Wales boss Coleman is convinced Bale's future lies with Los Blancos, and that the €100 million forward's continued presence in Spain means he will be more effective for Wales.


Latest FIFA World Ranking sees Argentina top above Germany

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the FIFA rankings.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop responds to your tweets in response to his comments that Lionel Messi may not be the best ever if he does not win any silverware with Argentina.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Lionel Messi looks nothing like his Barcelona self when he throws on the Argentina kit, but Steve Nicol explains Messi is only missing winning a final.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno explains Lionel Messi experiences immense scrutiny because he does not have a signature moment with Argentina yet.

ZURICH -- Argentina have climbed above Germany to take the top spot in the monthly FIFA World Ranking despite losing another tournament final.

Beaten by Chile in the Copa America final, a year after losing the World Cup final to Germany, Argentina have risen two places to lead the rankings for the first time in seven years. Chile are up eight to No. 11.

Germany have fallen to No. 2, followed by Belgium, Colombia and Netherlands.