Argentina name 35 man squad

Argentina name 35 man squad

Argentina named their 35-man long list for the World Cup in Russia on Monday with places for recovering Everton defender Ramiro Funes Mori and Racing Club’s exciting young duo Lautaro Martinez and Ricardo Centurion.

Neymar in Brazil 23

Neymar in Brazil 23

Gremio centre half Pedro Geromel and Corinthians pair Cassio and Fagner were the surprise inclusions in Brazil’s 23-man World Cup squad on Monday.

Tunisia hit with more injury woe

Tunisia hit with more injury woe

Tunisia international forward Yassine Khenissi is facing a race to be fit for the World Cup, adding to the North Africans' list of injury woes.

Huge profits predicted from US/Mexico World Cup

Huge profits predicted from US/Mexico World Cup

A joint bid by the US, Canada and Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup would make an $11bn (£8.1bn) profit for world governing body Fifa, the organisers say.

World Cup will have little effect for Adidas

World Cup will have little effect for Adidas

Adidas expects only a limited impact from the upcoming soccer World Cup in Russia, where the economy is in the doldrums, also predicting that its sales in Western Europe will stall in the second quarter.

FIFA advance prize money to African quintet

FIFA advance prize money to African quintet

Fifa will advance $2 million in prize money to each of the five African teams that have qualified for the World Cup to help them prepare for the tournament, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said.

Ahmad wants Europe to back Morocco

Ahmad wants Europe to back Morocco

The head of African football, Ahmad Ahmad, has urged Europe to back Morocco's drive to host the 2026 World Cup, in return for African support for a future European bid.

Salah in image rights row with Egypt

Salah in image rights row with Egypt

Mohamed Salah has become embroiled in a "very serious issue" with the Egyptian Football Association over his image rights.

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