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Football: Hiddink escapes the coach cull

ARRIGO SACCHI, who left Atletico Madrid as coach yesterday, has said he is leaving football for good.

Football: No fun on World Cup merry-go-round

Return to France '98: Of the 32 teams that entered last summer's finals only 10 still have the same man in charge

Football: Wenger's grafters make their point

Derby County 0 Arsenal 0 Attendance:29,018

Football: Raul finds route to world club win over Vasco

REAL MADRID were crowned world club champions for the first time since 1960 when they overcame Vasco da Gama of Brazil to win the World Club (Intercontinental) Cup 2-1 in Tokyo yesterday.

Football: Ronaldo not the top worry for Real

REAL MADRID's Raul has warned his side not to pay too much respect to the Internzaionale striker Ronaldo in tonight's opening Group C Champions' League encounter.

Football: Chelsea revel in the unreal

Nick Townsend in Monaco sees Super Cup play into hands of Super League opponents

Football: Dutch suffer talent drain

THE DUTCH Champions Ajax open their title defence at home to Willem II Tiburg today with plenty of problems on their hands. Brothers Ronald and Frank De Boer have launched a legal battle to be released from their contracts with the Amsterdam club - with Arsenal the preferred destination for Ronald and Barcelona the ideal choice for Frank, who was outstanding in France 98 - Holland's most successful World Cup campaign for 20 years.

Football World Cup: Davids' slingshot decisive

Netherlands 2 Bergkamp 38, Davids 90 Yugoslavia 1 Komljenovic 49 Att: 36,500

Football World Cup: Netherlands 2 Yugoslavia 1

SECOND ROUND: STADE MUNICIPAL, TOULOUSE. ATTENDANCE: 36,500

Football World C up: Hiddink plays waiting game

PATRICK KLUIVERT, the Netherlands striker, may return to action tonight after a two-match ban for striking a Belgian defender.

Football: Stam's Dutch warning

THE NEW Manchester United defender Jaap Stam has warned his Dutch team-mates against complacency for their Group E decider against Mexico today.

Football: World Cup: Netherlands 0 Belgium 0

GROUP E: STADE DE FRANCE, ST DENIS. ATTENDANCE: 75,000
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