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Lionel Messi's Argentina absence a 'pity for football' - Neymar

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Brazil forward Neymar said he hopes Lionel Messi will return to play for Argentina as it is a "pity" he is missing international football at the moment.

Messi has taken a break from the Argentina squad since captaining them to the round-of-16 at the World Cup, where they were beaten by eventual champions France.

Argentina face Brazil in a friendly in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, and Neymar had hoped to be facing his former Barcelona teammate.

"It's a pity for football," Neymar was quoted as saying in...

Brazil settled, Argentina in transition ahead of Tuesday's friendly non-friendly

As Brazil coach Tite stressed the other day, there is no such thing as a friendly between his national team and that of Argentina. But some un-friendlies are more friendly than others. And Tuesday's meeting in Saudi Arabia falls into this category.

First, it comes in the silly season of South American national team football, the year following a World Cup in which no competitive games are played. These sides will not be in action with points at stake for another eight months, when the 2019 Copa...

Gilberto da Silva Melo just happy to be remembered after dismal Spurs stint

Tottenham were made to earn their win against a battling Cardiff City at Wembley who had Joe Ralls sent off early in the second half.
Tottenham were made to earn their win against a battling Cardiff City at Wembley who had Joe Ralls sent off early in the second half.
Following a winless start to the Champions League campaign, the FC guys discuss Tottenham's chances of turning things around and advancing to the knockout rounds.

It's late June on the day of Brazil's final group-stage game against Serbia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gilberto da Silva Melo has just appeared on Fox Sports and is rushing over to the Brazilian Football Confederation in Rio de Janeiro for his second media stint of the day. Having retired in 2012 after almost two decades of playing, Melo is understandably in demand. He played for the national squad in two World Cups, won the Copa America and the Confederations Cup and can easily raise a smile...

Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro give Brazil win over Saudi Arabia

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Goals near the end of each half from Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro gave Brazil a 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia on Friday in what was a subdued performance by the five-time world champions.

Brazil had scored 16 goals in their four previous wins against the Saudis but the home side matched the visitors, particularly in midfield, for most of the game.

But Brazil had the better of the first half and Jesus broke the deadlock two minutes from half-time when he ran on to an inch-perfect Neymar pass and slotted...

PSG's Kylian Mbappe further eclipses Neymar with Time magazine cover

With the names of the 30 nominees for the men's Ballon d'Or trophy now revealed, the FC panel share their current front-runners for the award.

Kylian Mbappe's inexorable rise as one of world football's biggest stars has been nicely summed up by his appearance on the cover of Time magazine.

The 19-year-old (NINETEEN!) having his image on the front of the iconic publication as one of it's "Next Generation Leaders" for 2018 is the latest example of his star eclipsing that of Paris Saint-Germain teammate Neymar.

The France international won the World Cup with Les Bleus this summer and has been received jubilantly in his home country since...