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Thursday, 5 September, 2002, 10:54 GMT 11:54 UK

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Hiddink set for PSV talks
South Korea coach Guus Hiddink is to negotiate with PSV Eindhoven about the vacant manager's job.

BBC wins World Cup battle
The BBC claims a decisive victory over ITV in the battle for World Cup audience figures.

Ronaldo's sex revelation
World Cup winner Ronaldo, who has gone without sex for 40 days, reveals that winning the event capped any sexual exploits.

Belgium's Fair Play award
Belgium's excellent disciplinary record sees them win the Fifa Fair Play award.

Montserrat 'world's worst'
Bhutan thrash Montserrat 4-0 in the final between the two lowest ranked footballing nations.

Brazilian 'carnival' erupts in London
Jubilation in central London as Brazilian fans celebrate their team's victory in the World Cup.

Fifa praises World Cup
Fifa brands the first co-hosted World Cup a success after Brazil beat Germany to claim their fifth title.

A Cup to remember
The BBC presenters and pundits share their favourite moments of the World Cup.

Maradona lands in Tokyo
Diego Maradona arrives in Japan to attend Sunday's World Cup final.

Collina: Mistakes can happen
World Cup final referee Pierluigi Collina says he cannot guarantee a controversy-free match.

Campbell makes All-Star team
England's Sol Campbell is named in Fifa's All-Star team but Rio Ferdinand is left out.

Blatter rules out video aid
Fifa president Sepp Blatter vows that referees will not use technology to help make crucial decisions at the 2006 World Cup.

Goal of the World Cup
Match of the Day asked you to help choose the best goal from the World Cup finals - and help Sport Relief at the same time.

World Cup breaks betting records
The finals have been the biggest event in betting history according to bookmakers Ladbrokes.

Caniggia hit by ban and fine
Claudio Caniggia is fined 1,500 and given a two-match international ban for his World Cup red card.

Wenger backs video replays
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says referees and linesmen need more help to avoid making crucial mistakes.

Life and Seoul in Surrey
BBC News Online joined hundreds of Koreans cheering on their team at a pub in the heart of the Surrey stockbroker belt.

No delight for Turkish London
Turkey fans pack into the Galatasaray Supporters' Club in north London - but it is not quite the celebration they had planned.

Fifa backs burn-out fears
Fifa's medical officer fears that too many games are increasing injury risks to players.

Party turns to wake
BBC Sport Online's man in Korea looks back on the day Korean dreams of a World Cup final died.

Shocks thrill Blatter
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is delighted by the number of giant-killing acts at this World Cup.

Hosts blamed for ticket chaos
Fifa says the Japanese and Korean organising committees were responsible for World Cup ticketing problems.

Fifa to try 'penalty box official'
Fifa president Sepp Blatter plans to introduce a fourth official behind the goals in an attempt to eliminate mistakes.

Referees under fire
Fifa may review the way referees are chosen after admitting there have been 'major mistakes' in crucial World Cup matches.

Wenger's Premiership call
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger supports calls for a shorter season but admits players would have to take a drop in salary.

England defeat breaks records
Almost 17m people tuned in to see England's World Cup dreams shattered - the highest audience for a Friday morning in 10 years.

The noble Pharaoh
Despite his errors in the World Cup quarter-final, Egyptian referee Gamal El Ghandour is a man of vast experience and ability.

Funny Old World Cup
BBC Sport Online takes a look at the offbeat stories doing the rounds in the World Cup.

Fifa praises England fans
World Cup organisers thank England fans for their good behaviour during the tournament.

England's seven stars
Seven England players are nominated for the all-star World Cup team - more than any other nation.

Watch/listen, day by day
Watch a round-up of each day's action, plus our revolutionary World Cup Interactive talk show.

The World Cup stats
Statistical analysis of the 2002 Finals to date.

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