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Cherchesov extends contract with Russia – FIFA on GBP Sports

Russia head coach Stanislav Cherchesov has signed a new contract with 2018 FIFA World Cup™ hosts Russia, which could see him lead the team until 2022.

Following the hosts’ run to the quarter-finals, where they were knocked out in the quarter-finals to eventual finalists Croatia after a narrow 4-3 penalty shootout defeat, Cherchesov has been given an extension to his contract by the Russian Football Association.

The agreement is for Cherchesov to coach the national team for two more years, but it will be extended for a further two more years if the team succeeds in qualifying for UEFA EURO 2020.

“I’m happy to continue working with Russia,” Cherchesov said on the Russian Football Association’s official website. “We set the bar quite high in terms of results, but we will try to keep this up. I understand the responsibility and will continue to work with dignity.”

Cherchesov was recently announced as a nominee for The Best FIFA Men’s Coach Award 2018 alongside Zlatko Dalic, Roberto Martinez, Didier Deschamps, Pep Guardiola, Massimiliano Allegri, Ernesto Valverde, Jurgen Klopp, Gareth Southgate, Diego Simeone and Zinedine Zidane.

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BEST FOOTBALL VINES – NEW 2018 – GOALS, SKILLS, FAILS #8

by Joga Bonito

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After over 20 million players took part in the Global Series, we take a look back at the different qualifying routes to the FIFA eWorld Cup™ Grand Final 2018.

Global Series Qualifiers:

FUT Champions Cup Barcelona
The first FUT Champions Cup was held in the Spanish city of Barcelona. ‘Gorilla’ and ‘nicolas99fc’ were among those to rubberstamp their playoff tickets here.

FUT Champions Cup Manchester
The second FUT Champions Cup took place in Manchester in April. The eventual winner, ‘MSDossary’, later went on to qualify for the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final at the playoffs in Amsterdam.

FIFA eClub World Cup Paris
Sixteen clubs, each with two representatives, did battle for the title of FIFA eClub World Cup champion in Paris. Despite a dramatic defeat in the final, ‘Aero’ – among a few others – still qualified for the playoffs, and later, also for the Grand Final.

Last Chance Qualifier
The Last Chance Qualifier was exactly that: one final opportunity to reach the playoffs via an online Weekend League. ‘M4RV’ and ‘Rafsou’ were among the players to make the most of it.

League Partners
The Global Series’ League Partners provided another qualifying route. Dutch eDivisie champion ‘Dani’ emerged victorious, sealing his place in the playoffs and later also in the Grand Final.

Licensed Qualifying Competitions
Players were also able earn a berth at the playoffs in Amsterdam via licensed qualification events. ‘Agge’ and ‘Boras’, among others, took their first steps towards the Grand Final there.

Global Series Playoffs in Amsterdam:
At the playoffs in Amsterdam, the best 128 players in the world jostled for one of the 32 berths at the Grand Final.

The competition on each console was spread over three days:

  • ​Day 1: Survival Day
  • Day 2: Qualification Day
  • Day 3: Grand Final Day

On Qualification Day, 32 players booked their ticket to London, while Grand Final Day determined seeding and group placings.

The FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final
At the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final in London, the best of these 32 players will battle it out for the title of FIFA eWorld Cup champion, $250,000 USD in prize money and a trip to The Best FIFA Football Awards™.

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On Friday 27 July, the Organising Committee for FIFA Competitions announced the match schedule for the women’s and men’s Youth Olympic futsal tournaments to be held in Buenos Aires on 7-18 October 2018.

A total of 48 matches will be played – 24 in each tournament – with two venues hosting the competitions: Futsal Main Stadium (Tecnopolis), where the four medal matches will take place, and the CeNARD.

Both the women’s and the men’s tournaments will get under way on 7 October, a day after the start of the Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018. The women’s final takes place on 17 October and the men’s a day later.

Twenty teams will take part in the futsal competitions – ten in the women’s and ten in the men’s – though the rules dictate that countries cannot field teams in both tournaments. The only nation guaranteed a place so far is Argentina – in their capacity as hosts – in the men’s competition.

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The Best coaches at Russia 2018 – FIFA on GBP Sports

The Best FIFA Football Awards™


  • ​Five Russia 2018 coaches on The Best FIFA Men’s Coach shortlist
  • Four semi-finalists and the hosts’ tacticians named among 11 candidates
  • We take a closer look at how they fared at the World Cup

It’s no surprise that some of the exceptional coaching exploits on display during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ have resulted in a raft of the top performers finding their way onto the shortlist for The Best FIFA Men’s Coach award at the FIFA Football Awards 2018.

Will one of the quintet who wowed in Russia walk away with top honours in London on 24 September? We examine the five nominees and how they performed at the World Cup.


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Stanislav Cherchesov

Russia

Standout moment

Guiding Russia past a much-fancied Spain in front of an enraptured Luzhniki Stadium crowd, earning a first ever penalty shoot-out win and first appearance in the quarter-finals for 48 years (and a first post-Soviet Union).

What he said

“Thank God my footballers understood what I was telling them. They trusted me. I believe that my players have been victorious because they have adhered to my strategy.”
Cherchesov following victory over Spain

What they said

“Good. The best. Top!”
Zenit Saint Petersburg goalkeeper Andrey Lunev gives his views on Cherchesov in four words

The stat

No host team has scored more goals in their opening two games than Russia did, racking up eight in total against Saudi Arabia and Egypt. A feat matched only by Italy in 1938.


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Zlatko Dalic

Croatia

Standout moment

Motivating his side to come from behind in three successive knockout games to reach their first ever World Cup Final.

What he said

“There is still grief because we had to win the trophy. But if someone had offered me to be in the Final before the World Cup, we’d all have taken it.”
Dalic following his side’s 4-2 defeat against France in the Russia 2018 Final

What they said

“I appreciate that he asks for my advice, he doesn’t need it. Dalic is a great coach and he is doing a fantastic job.”
Miroslav Blazevic, who coached Croatia to bronze in 1998, after Dalic asked for some pointers ahead of the quarter-final with Russia

The stat

Croatia were the smallest nation to reach the World Cup Final for 68 years, following on from Uruguay who featured in 1950.


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Didier Deschamps

France

Standout moment

Leading France to success over Croatia in the Final, triumphing thanks to an emphatic 4-2 win.

What he said

“My greatest source of pride with this group is that they managed to have the right state of mind for such a tournament. I repeated all the time: never give up, never give up anything.”
Deschamps after his side’s 4-2 victory over Croatia

What they said

“He is a manager, a leader of men. He is a winner.”
Assistant coach Guy Stephan

The stat

Deschamps became only the third man to win the World Cup as a player and coach, joining Mario Zagallo and Franz Beckenbauer. In response the German said: “Welcome to our club. Now there’s three of us. Perhaps we should get together.”


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Roberto Martinez

Belgium

Standout moment

While Martinez developed a reputation for tactical changes throughout the tournament, masterminding the 2-1 quarter-final win over Brazil was undoubtedly a high point.

What he said

“There’s real satisfaction and real success. It’s the manner we achieved that – the football we played is Belgian football, it’s our brand. And the togetherness and flexibility we had, tactically shows what we want to be as a footballing nation.”
Martinez after achieving Belgium’s best-ever World Cup placing of third

What they said

“You’ve got to be really happy for him. He has formed this Belgium team in a way that they believe in him, they stick to the plan, the players have bought into the process and it seems everybody is on the same page.”
Jurgen Klinsmann

The stat

No World Cup side has had more scorers than Belgium’s ten in a single tournament. Only France in 1982 and Italy in 2006 had as many.


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Gareth Southgate

England

Standout moment

After conceding in the dying moments of the last-16 meeting with Colombia, Southgate was able to rouse his team to win a cathartic and historic penalty shoot-out win – England’s first at a World Cup.

What he said

“We’ve had a wonderful adventure and some experiences that will stand this group of players and staff in really good stead for the future.”
Southgate after his side’s fourth-placed finish at Russia 2018

What they said

“Gareth Southgate is doing our country proud. Prepared, intelligent, dignified and empathetic.”
Gary Lineker

The stat

Southgate excelled with a young squad, featuring 17 players who weren’t born the last time England reached the semi-finals in 1990.

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Moriyasu named new Japan coach – FIFA on GBP Sports

Japan have appointed Olympic squad coach Hajime Moriyasu to manage the senior national team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ campaign.

Moriyasu won three J.League titles during a highly successful five-year spell at Sanfrecce Hiroshima before taking the Olympic team reins in 2017.

A former midfielder, Moriyasu was a regular for Japan during the mid 1990s and featured when the national team last failed to qualify for the World Cup in 1994.

Moriyasu replaces Akira Nishino who led Japan to within touching distance of a maiden quarter-final World Cup appearance, only for Samurai Blue to suffer a last-minute 3-2 defeat against Belgium at Russia 2018.

The 48-year-old Moriyasu was an assistant to Nishino at Russia 2018.

“I must construct a team that can fight through battles in Asia, and eventually head into the competitions against the world,” Nishino said. “I will build on what coach Nishino has worked on and develop an even stronger Japan team.”

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The Biggest BARGAIN Transfer In The Premier League Is… | #The12thMan – Football Daily

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  • Norway secure place at next year’s U-20 World Cup
  • Qualified with 3-0 win over England at UEFA U-19 Championship
  • U-20 World Cup holders England will not defend their title in Poland

Norway booked Europe’s last ticket to the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 after they defeated England 3-0 in the play-offs at the UEFA Under-19 Championship Finland 2018.

Three second-half goals saw the Norwegians beat the U-20 World Cup holders and qualify for the global finals at that age level for the first time since 1993. Erik Botheim scored the opening goal in the 75th minute before strikes from substitute Eman Markovic and Jens Petter Hauge sealed the victory for coach Pal Arne Johansen’s side.

The result means U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 champions England will not get a chance to defend their world title at the age level.

Norway will be joined by fellow European sides France, Italy, Portugal, Ukraine and hosts Poland at next year’s world finals, which will take place from 23 May to 15 June 2019.

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