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World Soccer

July 2019

Your life made easier - every day. The unrivalled authority on the game of soccer around the world, World Soccer calls upon journalists from the globe's great soccer capitals. The best writers, analytical features and the ability to deliver the inside-track on domestic and world football have made World Soccer an institution. With stunning images and a website delivering up-to-the-minute global results and authoritative insights into the players, politics and power-struggles, the brand constantly looks behind the score-lines. Its insightful writing reaches to the heart of the triumphs, scandals and controversies that constantly emerge in the greatest international sport of them all.

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It’s a measure of the progress made by women’s football in the past year that a summer programme featuring a host of tournaments – Copa America, AFCON, the Gold Cup, world under-20s and European under-21s – has been dominated by the Women’s World Cup. Events in France over the past few weeks have attracted more attention than games in Brazil, Egypt and elsewhere. It helps, of course, that the Women’s World Cup was on free-to-air TV in the UK and elsewhere. But the summer of 2019 may well come to be remembered as the tipping point for the status of women’s football. The summer of 2019 may well come to be remembered as the tipping point for the status of women’s football As with so much in football, money is the common currency…

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global football intelligence

“Brazil do not have five stars [for World Cup wins] at random. None of them have been stolen. It was played on the pitch”Thiago Silva responds to claims from Lionel Messi that referees have favoured Brazil ARGENTINA Messi facing ban for Copa comments Lionel Messi faces a length ban for comments made after Argentina’s victory over Chile in the Copa America third-place play-off. After the Barcelona star was harshly sent off following a clash with Chile’s Gary Medel, the 32-year-old refused to collect his medal and told reporters: “There is no doubt, the whole thing is set up for Brazil. I did not want to be part of this corruption. We shouldn’t have to be part of this disrespect we suffered during the Copa America. “We could have gone further, but we weren’t allowed into the…

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heroes & villains

JILL ELLIS The Portsmouth-born coach became the first person to guide a team to back-to-back successes in the Women’s World Cup RAUL JIMENEZ The Wolves striker was named player of the tournament as Mexico beat USA to win the CONCACAF Gold Cup. DANI ALVES At the age of 36 and looking for a new club after leaving PSG, the Brazilian full-back was voted best player at the Copa America. QPR The Championship side donated their stadium naming rights to charity in a move that will see Loftus Road called the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium after a body that works to tackle knife crime in London. CAMEROON WOMEN’S TEAM Having twice looked set to walk off the pitch in protest at decisions not going their way in a 2-0 loss to England at the World Cup, they were also guilty…

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reports we couldn’t make up

1 LIGHTNING STOPS PLAY Christian Pulisic scored twice to send the United States into the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final with a 3-1 victory over Jamaica, but their semi-final clash was held up for 90 minutes because of lightning. Play was halted after 15 minutes of the match in Nashville, with the teams leaving the pitch and fans told to take shelter. “It was a long night, but the mentality of the team was excellent,” said US midfielder Michael Bradley. 2 KEEPER’S DOUBLE TIME Jamaican goalkeeper Nicole McClure returned to league action for her club in Belfast - the day after making her Women’s World Cup debut. McClure played for Sion Swifts in a 4-0 win over Crusaders Strikers in the Irish Women’s Premiership, following her appearance for Jamaica in their 4-1 defeat by Australia in France…

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