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This is a list of all the world cup soccer related articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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History Of Soccer World Cup: Countries Who No Longer Exist

The world has changed a lot over the last century, and this is reflected in the history of soccer World Cup, with some countries that played in the early days no longer playing the game today. These include: West Germany’s …

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American Soccer Players In Europe: Weston McKennie controlling a soccer ball while under pressure in Serie A

American Soccer Players In Europe: Countdown To Qatar 2022

Qatar 2022 World Cup is only twelve months away. There are currently 250 American soccer players in Europe trying to gain the experience required to catch head coach Gregg Berhalter’s attention. With such a talented group of young soccer players, …

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Mustapha Hadji: Moroccan National Team World Cup Footballer

Mustapha Hadji, the former Morocco midfielder, scored one of France’s World Cup tournament’s most memorable goals in 1998. As part of its ambassadorial program for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, the South Africa Soccer Association announced four players. …

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Toni Polster: Austria’s All-Time Leading Goalscorer

Toni Polster joined the History Of Soccer team for an exclusive interview to look back at his glittering career, and he still looked as confident and composed as he was in front of goal during his senior career playing days. …

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Alberto Garcia Aspe: 109 Appearances For Mexico

A committed player with an exquisite left foot, Alberto Garcia Aspe is a symbolic figure in Mexican soccer. Fourteen years an international, he made 109 appearances for his country, scoring 21 goals and appearing in three World Cups. Now a …

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Kim Joo Sung: 2nd In Asian Team of the 20th Century

Soccer supporters across the nation were fascinated by one man whose meteoric rise caught the country’s eye when South Korea emerged as a powerhouse of Asia in the mid-1980s. In 1984, Kim Joo-Sung scored his first international goal against Indonesia …

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Ghana World Cup Squad 2010: African Team In Quarterfinals

Ghana’s national soccer team has made three FIFA World Cup appearances – 2006, 2010, and 2014. Compared to other African soccer giants such as Nigeria, Cameroon, and Ivory Coast, Ghana was a relative newcomer to top-level world soccer. However, they …

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Stuart Pearce: England International They Called Psycho

The image of Stuart Pearce’s reaction to scoring the penalty that won England the shootout victory over Spain comes to mind when we mention Stuart Pearce’s name. During his 19-year professional career, he earned the nickname of ‘Psycho‘ for his …

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Ioan Lupescu: Iconic Romanian Midfielder

Ioan Lupescu was and remains one of Romania’s best-known and most successful soccer players. The attacking midfielder represented his country at two FIFA World Cup finals (1990 and 1994) and two UEFA European championships (1996 and 2000). In addition to …

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Francisco Varallo: Boca Juniors And Argentina Forward

Francisco Varallo was the last surviving player from the 1930 World Cup who died at 100 years old in 2010. Known as Pancho, he played for the Argentine national team from 1930 to 1937 and was a member of Argentina’s …

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