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990dAssociated Press

Neymar: Olympic pen most nervy moment

Neymar says taking the last penalty of the shootout against Germany in the final at the Rio Olympics was the most nervous moment of his life.

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1028dPA Sport

Trump campaign 'divisive' - Bob Bradley

Former U.S. manager Bob Bradley hopes President-elect Donald Trump discards "divisive and ugly" tactics to help America's World Cup hosting bids.

1034dStephan Uersfeld

Gnabry: I nearly rejected Germany chance

Gnabry says he nearly turned down a Germany call-up for the 2016 Olympics -- a tournament which has helped him make the step up to the senior side.

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1040dVivek Chaudhary

Scotland, Wales refuse to back Team GB

The issue of a Team GB side participating at future Olympics was raised again in September when representatives of the four home nations discussed it.

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1071dPA Sport

Infantino allays Team GB Olympic fears

Infantino has allayed fears England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland could have their individual identities revoked if they were to unite.

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1095dVivek Chaudhary

Why Team GB could be back at Olympics

There is a possibility of Team GB participating in future Olympic football tournaments. Vivek Chaudhary reveals why.

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1111dESPN staff

Hamburg sign Santos to five-year deal

Bundesliga side Hamburg have signed Brazilian Olympic gold medalist Douglas Santos from Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro on a five-year deal.

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1118dPA Sport

Coleman slams calls for a Team GB reunion

Wales manager Chris Coleman has hit back at Sam Allardyce's call for a Team GB football side to play at future Olympic Games.

1118dColin Udoh

What can Nigeria learn from the Olympics?

It was typically chaotic, but there was still plenty to take away from Dream Team VI's march to an Olympic bronze medal, writes Colin Udoh.

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1120dESPN staff

Brazil rely on Olympians for WC qualifying

Brazil Olympic team stars Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Gabigol and four others were included on Brazil's World Cup qualifying squad.

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1120dStephan Uersfeld

Germany's Bauer apologises for 7-1 gesture

Robert Bauer has apologised for making a gesture referencing Germany's 7-1 victory over Brazil after suffering defeat in the Olympic final.

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1120dESPN staff

Team GB to hold talks on 2020 football

Team GB could again take part in the football tournament at the next Olympic Games, according to the British Olympic Association's chief executive.

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1120dChris Wright

Neymar's new tattoo to mark gold

Neymar has a new Olympics tattoo to mark Brazil winning gold.

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1121dJack Lang

Brazil's golden moment inspires wider hope

Brazil's wait for Olympic gold in men's football is finally over, and there's positivity the good times could return, writes Jack Lang.

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1121dESPN staff

Neymar to stand down as Brazil captain

The Barcelona player was appointed as captain by Dunga following the 2014 World Cup, in which hosts Brazil lost 7-1 to Germany in the semifinals.

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1121dTim Vickery

Vickery: Neymar delivers gold for Brazil

Under-23s competition or not, Brazil's triumph at the Olympics is the first step towards redemption for the Selecao, writes Tim Vickery.

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1123dUli Hesse

Brazil vs. Germany and Hrubesch's farewell

Brazil vs. Germany in the Olympic final isn't just about World Cup revenge. It allows Germany coach Horst Hrubesch the chance to retire on a high.

1123dESPN staff

Brazil out for revenge against Germany

Brazil face Germany in the men's Olympic football final on Saturday, with both countries searching for their first ever gold medal.

1124dTim Vickery

Vickery: What gold would mean to Brazil

While it would not totally make up for past humiliations, winning vs. Germany in the Olympic final would be cathartic for Brazil, writes Tim Vickery.

1125dColin Udoh

Mikel leading Nigeria to Olympic glory

At a time where bungling and farce threatens to derail Nigeria's Olympic football team, John Obi Mikel has stood up as a leader, writes Colin Udoh.