2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
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25dJulien Laurens

France gain confidence with Russia win

France were back in business vs. Russia, but Didier Deschamps still needs to get his formation right and decide which players have earned their place.

Pre-World Cup Power Rankings: Brazil the rightful No. 1? (1:19)
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29dJulien Laurens

France issues give Deschamps a problem

The players are to blame for the arrogance, complacency, a lack of effort and team spirit that contributed to the defeat, but what about Deschamps?

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30dPA Sport

Colombia win five-goal thriller against France

France were cruising thanks to Olivier Giroud and Thomas Lemar goals, but Colombia fought back to win and shock Les Bleus in their own stadium.

France 2-3 Colombia: Stunner in Paris (2:49)
Umtiti foul gifts Quintero penalty winner (1:49)
Falcao brings Colombia level (1:16)
Lloris blunder gifts Colombia goal (0:57)
Lemar finishes French counter (1:16)
Giroud tucks in Ospina howler (1:07)
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47dDamian Didonato

James, Falcao ready to shine in 2018

Colombia rallied without an injured Falcao in 2014 to shine in Brazil but with him back and in form, he and James Rodriguez hope to do better in 2018.

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87dTim Vickery

World Cup intrigue at River Plate

The stage at River Plate could give newcomers Franco Armani (Argentina) and Juan Fernando Quintero (Colombia) a boost in making Russia-bound sides.

Extra Time: Alexis at United, Real's transfer inactivity (6:36)
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102dTim Vickery

Will Yerry Mina thrive at Barcelona?

Yerry Mina's size and aerial superiority make the Colombia international an intriguing signing for Barcelona, but can he handle the added pressure?

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131dAdriana Garcia

FIFA gives Colombia's Cardona 5-game ban

FIFA has banned Colombia midfielder Edwin Cardona for five matches for making a discriminatory gesture with his eyes towards a South Korean opponent.

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136dAdriana Garcia

Colombia hope Cardona avoids punishment

Colombia FA president Ramon Jesurun is optimistic Edwin Cardona will avoid punishment from FIFA after making an eye gesture that sparked controversy.

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142dJames Horncastle

Can Poland head up 'hipster'-heavy Group H?

Poland, Senegal, Colombia and Japan make up World Cup Group H. Here's what to look for -- and you can vote for your winner.

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145dAssociated Press

Bedoya describes bank account for bribes

The former president of Colombia's football federation says he and several of his counterparts discussed the Swiss bank account he used to take bribes

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159dMark Lovell

James asked Colombia for Bayern return

James, 26, played in the defeat to South Korea on Friday but chose to return to Germany ahead of Saturday's Bavarian derby against Augsburg.

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163dAssociated Press

Cardona sorry for eye gesture vs. S Korea

Colombia's Edwin Cardona has apologised after sparking a racism controversy during his team's 2-0 loss to South Korea in Friday's friendly.

FIFA need to 'throw the book' at Cardona for racist gesture (3:39)
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167dMark Lovell

Heynckes blasts James' Colombia schedule

Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has complained of the heavy workload currently placed on international players, including Colombia's James Rodriguez.

RankingsInternational Friendly

Goal Difference1Tied-31st
Goals Scored3Tied-35th
Assists2Tied-25th
Goals Conceded2Tied-48th