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Kirin Cup 2011 UFWC Preview

It was on, and then it was off, and now it’s back on again. The Kirin Cup 2011, which kicks off this week, will see Unofficial Football World Champions Japan return to competitive football for the first time since the country was hit by the earthquake and tsunami in early March. Having eventually withdrawn from […]

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Republic of Ireland 2-1 Czech Republic

The Czech Republic were unbeaten in 20 matches, but the Republic of Ireland brought that run to an end and snatched the UFWC title. Leeds full-back Ian Harte scored the first goal from a free kick. Shay Given repelled several attacks, and when the Czechs finally broke through there was a hint of offside about Milan Baros’s equaliser. But the Irish fought back, and Robbie Keane grabbed a deserved last-gasp winner, his 19th goal for his country.

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Czech Republic 5-1 Canada

The Czech Republic took the UFWC title while storming their way to Euro 2004. The unbeaten Czechs topped their Qualifying Group, winning seven out of eight matches, including a 3-1 victory over former holders the Netherlands. With a side including Pavel Nedved of Juventus, Tomas Rosicky and Jan Koller of Borussia Dortmund, and Karel Poborsky of Sparta Prague, the Czechs retained the UFWC title with this impressive victory.

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