Lonely layover | Nigerian supporters gain release from Cairo distress
Dramatic figure | Roy Keane saga continues on the boards
Questionable links | Looking for the ‘inner Mourinho’ in Iberian past
Time to chill | Soccer with moosemeat on the side
Explosive sketch | Cartoonist draws threat for mixing football, TNT
Semantics | Are fascist footballers also racists?
Berlinale | Festival sends soccer cinema soaring
Head and heart warmers | Caps will be sized for Turnbull, others
Games of ‘invernale’ | Torino’s glory and remembrance
Proverbial wisdom | Elephants uphold reputation as peace workers
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The U.S. State Department talks to female players in Brazil as well as in Khayelitsha, outside Cape Town, to highlight themes of diversity, teamwork and gender before the 2010 World Cup.
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