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Tite's Brazil go 'forward by moving back' in encouraging win vs. South Korea

Arthur Rowe, boss of Tottenham's famous "Push and Run" 1950-51 side, had some advice for fellow coaches: Write down your starting lineup at the start of the season, he counselled. During the course of the campaign, when things get tough and your mind is confused, take out the piece of paper and have a look. You will probably come to the conclusion that your original idea was the best one.

Brazil coach Tite did something similar with a morale-boosting and highly welcome 3-0 win over South Korea in...

Cavani says heated row with Messi during Uruguay-Argentina friendly 'part of football'

After Edinson Cavani and Lionel Messi's war of words, Steve Nicol says it comes to absolutely no surprise.
Julien Laurens expects Edinson Cavani to look for another opportunity in Europe rather than a move to MLS.
Ale Moreno is surprised by Antoine Griezmann and Didier Deschamps' comments about Griezmann's role at Barca.

Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani has said his spat with Argentina captain Lionel Messi during Monday's 2-2 international friendly is "part of football."

The pair were caught on camera exchanging words throughout the encounter played in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.

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Uruguay captain Diego Godin at one point stepped in to intervene during one of the heated exchanges in the first half.

Before half-time, after Messi had been fouled by Matias Vecino,...

Famous foes in 1954, Hungary and Uruguay are on different trajectories now

Hungary vs. Uruguay
Uruguay visited Budapest on Thursday to help reopen Hungary's national stadium.

The first issue of World Soccer magazine, published in 1960, contained a two-page spread about what was termed the greatest match ever played: the semifinal of the 1954 World Cup, in which, after extra time, Hungary beat Uruguay 4-2.

When Hungary reopened their national stadium this week, now named after the great Ferenc Puskas, the choice of opponents was obvious. And so it was Uruguay who lined up in Budapest on Thursday.

From the Hungarian point of view, the link to 1954 brings back a wistful...