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Legendary coach ‘Restless Rudi’ dies aged 93

Rudi Gutendorf's globe-trotting career, spanning half a century, saw him coach a record 55 teams. Rudi Gutendorf, the tireless manager who guided a world record 55 teams, including 18 national sides, has died at 93, according to several German...

FIFA President excited for 2026 World Cup plans

Gianni Infantino expresses delight for North America to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup after meeting with Donald Trump.

Trump, FIFA chief talk women’s soccer, equal pay

Megan Rapinoe sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN and discusses the impact Donald Trump's tweets had on the USWNT at the World Cup. Megan Rapinoe addresses the back-and-forth with President Donald Trump and how she "held...

Toe Poke Daily: Ranking World Cup logos — how does Qatar 2022 stack up...

The Toe Poke Daily is here every day to bring you all the weirdest stories, quirkiest viral content and top trolling that the internet has to offer, all in one place. Jump to: Falcao greeted like a God in...

Zimbabwe sweat on Billiat as Africa starts World Cup journey

Khama Billiat is a serious doubt for Zimbabwe's 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifying opener against Somalia this week, and he's but one of many injuries littering rosters. The Kaizer Chiefs forward picked up a pelvic injury in the club's...

It’s time to map out successful, meaningful change for women’s soccer

There's no debate: as a standalone tournament, the Women's World Cup is a rip-roaring, commercially viable success. The 2019 edition broke women's football viewing records around the world. This happened not only in Europe, where the time zones...

Socceroos’ next generation primed for 2022 World Cup

Uncapped Harry Souttar is part of a new generation of Australia stars hoping to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.   Australia's next generation of football talent has been given the nod to start the Socceroos' path to the 2022...

Brazilian striker changes name after China call-up

Brazilian-born striker Elkeson has changed his name as he prepares to help China qualify for the 2022 World Cup. The 30-year-old, who has played in the Chinese Super League since 2013, became a naturalised citizen earlier in August and...

Elkeson becomes Ai Kesen after China call-up

Brazilian-born striker Elkeson has changed his name in an effort to appeal to his new Chinese compatriots for support as he prepares to help China qualify for the 2022 World Cup. The 30-year-old, who has played in the Chinese...

De Jong thinks Netherlands' future 'is very bright'

Frenkie de Jong admits Netherlands are trending upward following their recent failures to qualify for major tournaments.

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