Japan head coach Akira Nishino said Thursday he instructed his players to hold on for a 1-0 loss against Poland, knowing the result was likely to get them through to the World Cup round of 16. "But I can say it's not a comfortable situation for us".
Asked if Rodriguez had aggravated his calf problem, Pekerman added: "At the moment I don't have that information, I can not confirm or deny anything, we'll have to wait and see".
"This is the law of football", Cisse told a news conference.
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Cisse said it was "sad" and a "shame" for Senegal to go out in such a way, and conceded that maybe his players had been too committed in their tackling.
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It's unusual to see Germany struggle as much as they have, but the level of all the teams is strong. It just wouldn't be authentic for what we've been trying to build for the last two years".
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The 56-year-old actress was among the biggest television stars of the 1980s and 1990s, with roles on " Dynasty ", "T.J". He added that due to her intoxicated state, Locklear was supposed to be medically checked before going to jail.
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Blatter has had health scares since leaving office and clearly thrived on the attention from worldwide media and fans in Moscow. Putin owed his old buddy one for so feverishly steering support among Fifa's congress for Russia's World Cup bid.
"They are both world-class teams", he said. Both also have the same goal difference, same number of goals scored in group matches and were also equal on all head-to-head records (The match between the two teams on June 24 had ended 2-2).
"Africa has its own unique style of play, which distinguishes us as a people and over the years, although we've not been able to win the World Cup since its inception, we have at least made significant progress as compared to what we are doing now", he said.
Didier Drogba, who appeared at three World Cups with Ivory Coast, said African teams had taken a "big step back" in Russian Federation.
Much as all hopes were on Senegal, to see if they could replicate what they produced in the Japan/Korea 2002 edition in which they reached the knockout stage after even helping to oust the champions France, other fans believe this was an inexperienced side.
"I was sceptical when I read an acronym for (FIFA): Football Is not For Africa, but believed strongly in it after the freaky officiating against Nigeria and Senegal", he said.
The elimination of Germany in the first round and several teams failing to shine has left the World Cup wide open.