Austria | Arnie no longer pumping Graz
Cuba | Size of ball determines diplomatic response
Media | Women’s dreams confront reality
‘Frits’ Philips | ‘The last true patriarch of club soccer’
Sports and policy | Iran and the World Cup carrot
At random | ‘Heidi Klum has sent us to hell’
World Cup draw | Hard times for ‘JÃ¼nter the Foal’
Best tributes | A ‘pink flamingo’ on the estates
‘Rundlederwelten’ | High-brow exhibit for low-brow sport?
Vatican server patrol | Amahl and the site visitors
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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.