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Jimmy Baikovicius
Suarez rescues Uruguay in UFWC draw with Brazil

Uruguay came back from two goals down against Brazil to retain the UFWC title and remain Unofficial Football World Champions. The equaliser was scored by returning captain Luis Suarez, back in the team after a nine-match ban. Uruguay will defend the title against Peru on Tuesday in another World Cup Qualifier. All eyes were on the returning Suarez, with Cristhian Stuani dropping to the bench to accommodate the…

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Jimmy Baikovicius
Uruguay head to Brazil as UFWC returns

The Unofficial Football World Championships resumes this week with the first title match of 2016, as current UFWC champions Uruguay face Brazil in a World Cup qualifier in Recife. The match sees the second- and third-placed CONMEBOL teams go head-to-head, and should also see the return to international football of Uruguay’s Luis Suarez following a nine-match ban.

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Jimmy Baikovicius
UFWC Review of the Year 2015

15 matches, 38 goals and 5 different champions. That’s the story in brief of the Unofficial Football World Champions in 2015. It was a year in which the UFWC title was held exclusively within South America, and was contested at the Copa America tournament. The year began with Brazil holding the title, and ended with Uruguay as unofficial champions. Welcome to the UFWC Review of the Year 2015.

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DSanchez17
Chile prove UFWC credentials against Brazil

Chile got their World Cup qualification off to a great start in Santiago, and retained the UFWC title. It was a relatively straightforward win against a fairly toothless Brazil, who were without Neymar and looked to have lost their recent spark. Chile are the form team, and were favourites ahead of the match, so it was no surprise for UFWC-watchers to see the Unofficial Football World Champions prove their claim to that title.

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DSanchez17
Chile face Brazil as UFWC favourites

Current UFWC champions Chile take on Brazil in a World Cup qualifier that doubles up as a UFWC title match this Thursday, 8 October. Chile have home advantage and are on a great run of form, while Brazil are without their talisman and best player Neymar. Can Chile retain the UFWC title, or will Brazil become Unofficial Football World Champions once again?

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