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FIFA conspirator and former president of Honduras Rafael Callejas dies aged 76

Callejas, 76, pleaded guilty in 2016 and was reportedly being held at a prison in Atlanta when he died.

A former president of Honduras who was convicted in the FIFA soccer bribery scandal died in the United States on Saturday.

Rafael Callejas governed Honduras from 1990 to 1994, but he was better known for soliciting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes in the wide-ranging FIFA soccer scandal over lucrative broadcast rights.

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Callejas, 76, pleaded guilty in 2016 and...

Zidane headbutts Materazzi, Suarez bites Chiellini, Nani sees red: The most controversial thing I have seen

The FC guys recall moments of anger during their playing career while reflecting on Zinedine Zidane's headbutt.
Sid Lowe examines Zinedine Zidane's role in Real Madrid's quest to bring Kylian Mbappe to the Bernabeu.

Over the years, our writers have been present for some of the game's greatest occasions. In the latest installment of a multi-part series, they tell the story of the most controversial moments they have seen in person. They include a pair of Luis Suarez incidents, but are dominated by a moment of infamy for Zinedine Zidane.

Julien Laurens, Gab Marcotti, Graham Hunter's pick: Zidane headbutts Materazzi

The match: Italy 1-1 France (2006)
The place: Berlin, Germany

Laurens: The World Cup final...

Brazil reliving magical 1970 World Cup win

ESPN's 2014 World Cup crew describe the emotion and pain that came with the host nation's defeat vs. Germany.
Steve Nicol explains why Neymar isn't one of Brazil's top five players of all time following his 100th cap.
Gab Marcotti looks at how PSG will be impacted by Neymar's injury he picked up playing for Brazil.

It is only natural, in the absence of football, that countries fill the time by going back and revisiting a happy space -- sitting round the TV together to watch matches from a favoured World Cup.

But there is one commemoration, one trip back into the past, that would have been happening even if times were normal and football was ploughing ahead with its relentless full calendar.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Brazil's magical 1970 World Cup win.

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USMNT Big Board: The 23 who will represent the U.S. at Qatar 2022

Nine hundred sixty-nine days. That's the time between today and the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The United States men's national team will be there. (Right? Right.) While two and a half years is an eternity in international soccer, it's never to early to start projecting the roster of 23 men who will make up Gregg Berhalter's team. So that's exactly what we're going to do: from one (most confident) to to 23 (least confident) -- creating a squad of three goalkeepers, six defenders,...

Soccer can figure out coronavirus' financial impact. PLUS: Go easy on Neymar for going home

With soccer's shutdown continuing due to the coronavirus outbreak, attention shifts to figuring out how and when it can return to normality. Gab Marcotti reacts to the main talking points in the latest Monday Musings.

Jump to: Football's financial crisis | Infantino's right to think big | Premier League's unrealistic plan | Go easy on players who went home

How football can tackle this financial crisis

With football shut down virtually everywhere now that the Australian A-League is on...