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Issue #08/2015 - 27 FEB 2015

The Primera Division is a three-horse race and that has a significant impact on the Spanish national team. Jordi Punti reports on the search for balance in one of the world’s best leagues in a feature that also includes an interview with Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos.

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On the occasion of the IFAB’s annual general meeting, the FIFA President says: “The IFAB treads the fine line between conservation and modernisation with great assurance and has proved the Keeper of the Grail in the most positive sense.”

There are just 98 days left until the Women’s World Cup in Canada. The country will celebrate the tournament in six host cities stretching from the west coast to the east: Vancouver, British Columbia; Edmonton, Alberta; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Ottawa, Ontario; Montreal, Quebec; and Moncton, New Brunswick.

Many years have passed since Ethiopia last once won the Africa Cup of Nations. The FIFA Weekly explores the history of a nation that has had to fight hard to establish its footballing identity.

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