French boss forgives Benzema

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French boss forgives Benzema


French boss forgives Benzema

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rnFrance coach Raymond Domenech insists he will not ostracise Karim Benzema despite the Real Madrid forward's "unacceptable" comments. rn

Domenech calls on Douchez

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rnYoann Gourcuff will miss France's qualifiers against Faroe Islands and Austria through injury, but goalkeeper Nicolas Douchez has been called up.rn

Higuain: It’s a dream come true

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rnGonzalo Higuain speaks to FIFA.com about his Argentina call-up, their chances of qualifying for South Africa 2010, and Real Madrid's glory hopes. rn

Inspection tour gives thumbs-up for 2010 stadiums

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Having just finished an inspection tour of the new 2010 stadiums, FIFA and the Organising Committee have come back with a healthy report card for the country's facilities.

Safety important part of World Cup transport

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Football fans can expect to be transported safely and in some luxury during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ thanks to two new South African Department of Transport initiatives.

Duo recalled for Ukraine qualifiers

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rnTaras Mykhalyk and Olexander Aliyev have been recalled to the Ukraine squad for their important upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers. rn

World Cup 2010 stadiums update

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More positive signs about World Cup preparations are emerging from South Africa as the draw for the finals approaches – and here are some photos from Durban to give you a good idea of progress so far.News conference at Soccer City stadiumA report in today's Daily Telegraph quotes a senior ...

World Cup 2010 stadiums update

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More positive signs about World Cup preparations are emerging from South Africa as the draw for the finals approaches – and here are some pictures from Durban to give you a good idea of progress so far.News conference at Soccer City stadiumA report in this day's Daily Telegraph quotes a ...

Inspection tour gives thumbs-up for 2010 stadiums

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Having just finished an inspection tour of the new 2010 stadiums, FIFA and the Organising Committee have come back with a healthy report card for the country's facilities.

South Africa’s flagship readies for 2010

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On 11 June 2010, 87 792 people will begin to tell the biggest story this country has ever seen at Johannesburg's own giant calabash - Soccer City.