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Are Europe's biggest clubs guilty of exploiting footballers as young as five years old?
The tragic start to the season in Sweden after fan violence leads to death
The Urawa Reds played to an empty stadium as punishment for fans' 'Japanese only' signs
Greek referee Thalia Mitsi claims she's been the victim of sex discrimination
The Italy coach Cesare Prandelli looks ahead to the World Cup and talks about his future
Kosovo play against Haiti in their first offically recognised international match
"If they decide to play together it would be fantastic" Frank Leboeuf on team dynamics
The Nigerian international Nosa Igiebor talks about the racism he's experienced in Spain.
The fate of Brazil's Curitiba stadium to be decided as Fifa building deadline approaches
Ajax manager Frank de Boer on supporting youth and "'total football'
Dutch coach Raymond Verheijen hits out at David Moyes and Sir Alex Ferguson
Roberto Mancini talks about his controversial exit from Manchester City
The former Israel and Chelsea coach on anti-semitism and immigration in football
Friends, team-mates and opponents pay their tributes to Eusebio
Paul Hall tells World Football why he's the right man to coach Jamaica in the future.
Coach to 18 national teams, listen to Rudi Gutendorf's tales from an astonishing career
Iran's coach Carlos Queiroz on why he would be keen on the Tottenham manager job
An interview with Mikael Silvestre on Manchester United's poor form
Live coverage of events in South Africa and reaction from around the world
The former Sweden player Klas Ingesson discusses his return to the game following cancer.
Philippines team captain Rob Gier talks about the impact of Typhoon Haiyan on this family
World Football travels to Amman for Jordan's crucial World Cup play-off against Uruguay
Lilian Thuram on why white footballers need to do more to help tackle racism in football
The Croatian footballer Mario Cismek tells us why he was tempted by the match fixers.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter discusses his future during a visit to the Cayman Islands.
Senegal's Pape Diakite tells us he was spat at and subjected to monkey chants in Slovakia
Galatasaray chairman Unal Aysal calls for a breakaway European Super League.
Michael Bradley discusses Roma's good form and his father's role as Egypt coach
World Football investigates the rise of nationalism amongst European football fans.
Catching the match-fixers. Have the authorities finally got their man?