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Friday, 14 January, 2005, 13:48 GMT


Have your say:
A classic World Cup?
Korea and Japan produced upsets galore, but some feel the tournament was short on stars, great teams and classic encounters.

Battle for the Golden Ball
Germany's Oliver Kahn is voted the best player at the 2002 World Cup finals.

Your World Cup dream team
England's Sol Campbell is included in the World Cup All-Star team selected by Fifa's Technical Study group.

Brazil worthy champions?
An Oliver Kahn blunder gifts Ronaldo the first of his two goals as Brazil beat Germany 2-0 in the World Cup final.

Can Germany be proud?
An Oliver Kahn blunder gifts Ronaldo the first of his two goals as Germany lose 2-0 to Brazil in the World Cup final.

Salute South Korea
Co-hosts South Korea are beaten 1-0 by Germany at the semi-final stage.

Battle for the Golden Ball
Brazil's Ronaldo has won the Golden Boot, but who gets your vote for the Golden Ball?

Your greatest World Cup players
BBC Sport's Alan Hansen has picked six World Cup legends from the past 40 years.

Does football need a fourth official?
Fifa president Sepp Blatter announces plans to experiment with a 'penalty box official' following the criticism of refereeing standards at the World Cup.

Refs guilty of rough justice?
Spain coach Jose Antonio Camacho criticises Fifa after his team's dramatic loss to South Korea.

Should Seaman quit England?
David Seaman apologises to the nation after his mistake against Brazil sends England crashing out of the World Cup.

Should England be proud?
England's World Cup dream is over after they go down 2-1 to Brazil in a thrilling quarter-final in Shizuoka.

Italian silence justified?
Fifa criticise Italy for refusing to talk to the media after their second round exit at the hands of co-hosts South Korea.

Africa's new promise?
Expectations on the African continent rise after Senegal's stunning World Cup.

America and soccer
What did you think of BBC Sport Online's version of an American sportswriter's report on USA's World Cup success?

Why did the favourites fail?
Pre-tournament favourites France and Argentina both crash out of the World Cup at the first hurdle.

All-time England XI
David Brooks, author of the All-Time World Cup, selects his greatest England side.

England squad competition winners
We asked you to predict Sven-Goran Eriksson's 23-man squad for the World Cup.

Forums: You ask the experts
World Cup caption comp 3
Brazil faces Germany in the World Cup final on Sunday after both sides squeezed through their semi-final matches.

Albert Sewell
Match of the Day's master statistician has been answering your questions throughout the World Cup.

Pele's World Cup views
The Brazilian legend answers your e-mails on events in South Korea and Japan.

Steve Claridge on England v Brazil
BBC World Cup pundit Steve Claridge answers your e-mails in our interactive forum.

World Cup Match Talk
You can join in our live debate as the action unfolds during every match in the tournament.

World Cup phone-in
The World Cup co-ordinating director, Peter Velappan, answers your questions.

John Motson replies
BBC Sport's voice of football was on hand to answer your questions - with some help from his virtual sidekick, Mini Motty.

Hayatou replies
Issa Hayatou, who is challenging Sepp Blatter for the Fifa presidency, responds to your emails.

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

Sir Bobby Charlton
England legend Sir Bobby Charlton answers your World Cup questions

Alan Hansen
Liverpool legend Alan Hansen answers a selection of your football e-mails.

African action - phone-in
Contact the BBC's Fast Track programme and let us know how African teams will do in Japan and Korea.

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