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  •   Big leaps for eastern European trio after major coups 10 hours ago - FIFA
    Over the last few months Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia have picked up points against big-name teams to move up in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. FIFA.com looks back on recent events.
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  •   Carrusca strikes to sink City 11 hours ago - FIFA
    Marcelo Carrusca's late penalty helped Adelaide United claim a 2-1 comeback victory over Melbourne City that lifts them three points clear at the top of the A-League standings ahead of this weekend's fixtures.
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  •   Issue #54 - 31 OCT 2014 12 hours ago - FIFA
    Arctic ambitions In the Norwegian city of Tromso, 344 kilometres inside the Arctic Circle, the harsh weather conditions are not always an impediment to attractive football. Sven Goldmann reports from the world’s northernmost top-flight club, who once famously defeated Chelsea.
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  •   Strength of the collective key to progress for Asia, Oceania 13 hours ago - FIFA
    With a disappointing FIFA World Cup for Asian sides, member associations from the confederation and Oceania met to review Brazil 2014, saying cooperation will be key to future success.
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  •   Sao Paulo, Boca win in quarters 15 hours ago - FIFA
    Sao Paulo claimed a 4-2 win in the first leg of the Copa Sudamericana quarter-finals against Ecuador's Emelec, while Boca Juniors beat Paraguay's Cerro Porteno 1-0 at home.
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  •   Work towards TPO ban continues 1 day ago - FIFA
    The working group on third-party ownership of players’ economic rights (TPO) met in Zurich today to discuss the prerequisites for the implementation of a ban on TPO, following on from the recent decision of general principle by the FIFA Executive Committee to stop the practice with a transitional period.
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