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Fate of Italy, Chile and The Netherlands a World Cup warning to Socceroos

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Italy's shock elimination from the 2018 World Cup finals by Sweden on Tuesday morning is a salutary lesson for all in the most competitive sport on the planet: there are no guarantees for anyone.
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