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Uruguay 2-0 Slovenia: UFWC title heads to World Cup

Unofficial Football World Champions Uruguay will take the UFWC title into the World Cup Finals in Brazil. A 2-0 win over challengers Slovenia saw La Celeste retain the unofficial title, and remain genuine challengers for the official title. This was Uruguay’s fifth consecutive match as UFWC champions, and the country’s 20th UFWC title match win overall. Uruguay have win the World Cup twice, in 1930 and 1950. Could they do it for a third time in 2014? This confidence-boosting victory proved they have a chance, and also proved they can score goals without Luis Suarez, sidelined following knee surgery.

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Uruguay vs Slovenia UFWC preview

Unofficial Football World Champions Uruguay face their final challenge before heading to Brazil in this World Cup warm-up / UFWC title match against Slovenia. If Uruguay win or draw, they will retain the UFWC title and take it with them into the World Cup Finals. If Slovenia win, they will become the new unofficial champions and defend their title against Argentina just three days later on 7 June.

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Slovenia added to UFWC fixture list

A new potential UFWC title match has been added to the fixture list ahead of the World Cup finals in Brazil this summer. Current Unofficial Football World Champions Uruguay will play Slovenia on 4 June, ten days before kicking off their World Cup tournament. Of course, this match will only be a UFWC title match if Uruguay are still the title holders on 4 June. Ahead of that, Uruguay must see off a challenge from Austria…

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Slovenia 0-2 Romania

After defeating Armenia by the same scoreline on the previous day, Romania beat Slovenia 2-0 to retain the UFWC title and win the Cyprus International Football Tournament. Ionut Mazilu scored in the first half, and Solvenia’s Andrej Pecnik netted an own-goal in the second. 24 hours earlier, Romania had easily beaten Armenia with goals from defender Vasily Maftei and Razvan Cocis. In an odd end to the tournament, Romania finished top of Group 2, while Greece finished top of Group 1, but there was no match between the two sides, who shared the Cypriot title.

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