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World Cup Tag Archive

The life & legacy of Diego Maradona

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The day that football lost one of it's all time greats. Rest in piece Diego Maradona...

Football’s Forgotten History: the rise and fall of Hungary

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Oren Brown discusses the rise and fall of the Hungarian men's national football team....

Andre Schurrle retires at 30

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The German winger who graced clubs such as Chelsea, Dortmund and Fulham has retired, aged 30...

The Courier: 14 days of sport – day 11

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For day 11 of our sports challenge the prompt was 'Favourite sport to watch on TV'...

The Courier: 14 days of sport- day four

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Day 4 of our sports challenge was 'favourite sporting moment of all time'...

Mixed bag for Southern Hemisphere post-World Cup

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Rory Ewart takes a look at the performances of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa following this year's Rugby World Cup ...

The rise of rugby in Japan

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Japan surprised many with an impressive World Cup performance in which they got to the quarter finals. Tom Moorcroft looks at how rugby became popular in a nation not...

Halloween Special- Sports Spookiest Moments

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To celebrate Halloween The Courier's sports writers look at some of the most spooky, scary, and downright horrifying moments in the history of sport, from ghost goals and phantom...

Embarrassing Sporting Defeats

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Southampton’s 9-0 defeat to Leicester last month has been labelled by some the most embarrassing defeat in Premier League history, as they became only the second team to...

England’s World Cup squad- good enough for glory?

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Sesha Subramanian dissects Phil Neville's choices for England's World Cup squad. ...