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Why do the UK countries play separately at the FIFA World Cup but as one nation in competitions like the Olympics

Why do the UK countries play separately at the FIFA World Cup but as one nation in competitions like the Olympics

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Three stadiums to miss Fifa deadline

Three stadiums to miss Fifa deadline

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Barcelona win Fifa Club World Cup

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The match between the European and South American champions in Yokohama had been billed as a showdown between Messi, widely acknowledged as the best player in the world, and 19 year old Brazilian star Neymar, who has been linked with a transfer to both Barca and Real Madrid.

But it was no contest with Messi the star of match and named the tournament most valuable player as Barcelona won the competition for the second time in three seasons.

His first goal was an exquisite chip and his second saw him skilfully round the Santos keeper Cabral.

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