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Qatar ready to host 2022 World Cup 'in summer or winter'

Summer heats could see tournament moved

Fifa are 'not losing control' despite claims Qatar could face re-vote for the 2022 World Cup?

Sepp Blatter hints at vote re-run, although Fifa move to clarify comments

44.	Xavi - £17.5m

Spain in dilemma over who will replace Xavi

Spain take on Finland in a World Cup qualifier this week

Francesco Totti

Could Francesco Totti make a sensational return for Italy?

The 2006 World Cup winner has been in incredible form this season

EasyJet flies into the Footsie – and Moscow

On the day it officially flew into the FTSE 100, easyJet yesterday launched flights from London to Moscow in a move the Government hopes will boost trade between the two countries.

Ben Foster grabs the ball as Stoke’s Cameron Jerome closes in
Frank Lampard and England were denied a clear goal against Germany at the last World Cup

Goal-line technology to be used at 2014 World Cup

Fifa have invited tenders to provide the system

Nacho Monreal training at London Colney yesterday

Nacho Monreal wants to win trophies with Arsenal

Spanish international joined the Gunners on transfer deadline day

Sami Khedira is congratulated after scoring the winning goal against France

Germany rediscover winning mentality with victory over France

The Germans won 2-1 in Paris

<b>Fernando Llorente</b><br/>
The Spanish striker is another stellar signing in the offing for clubs around the continent as he enters the final months of his contract. After superbly leading the line for an exciting Athletic Bilbao side on their route to the Europa League final, Llorente has found himself out of favour this season but has a long list of admirers, most notably Juventus, to choose from.

Arsenal 'target' Fernando Llorente agrees to join Juventus

Spain international had been linked with move to the Premier League

Fifa Ballon d'Or: Andres Iniesta and the best players never to win the award

Barcelona and Spain midfielder was overlooked yet again this week

Howard Webb

Howard Webb to officiate Liverpool's clash with Manchester United for first time since infamous Ryan Babel tweet

Former Liverpool forward tweeted mock-up of referee wearing a Manchester United shirt following controversial match

Messi makes us smile while Suarez shows us the game's ugly new face

On the night Lionel Messi reminded us that uncommon grace can still occasionally walk easily alongside the highest achievement, Luis Suarez was still locked away from the kind of uncomplicated acclaim that once again bathed football's fabulous Little Big Man in Zurich.

Nelson Mandela pictured in August

Mandela is back to health, says Zuma

Nelson Mandela has recovered from his recent lung infection and a gallstones operation, President Jacob Zuma said today.

The Spain players after their 4-0 win over Italy in the European Championship final in Kiev in July

Magical memories of 2012 - Football: 'That night Spain played thrilling, bold, beautiful football'

1 July: Beautiful Spain smash Italy in the Euro 2012 final

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Russell Brand's 'true news' videos attract millions of viewers. But today's 'Milibrand' interview introduced his resolutely amateurish style to a whole new crowd
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Homeless people keep mobile phones

A homeless person with a smartphone is a common sight in the US. And that's creating a network where the 'hobo' community can share information - and fight stigma - like never before
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'Queer saint' who bankrolled artworld giants

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Pushkin Prizes brings countries together

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The acceptable face of the Emirates

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