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Carlos Valderrama: I will cut my hair if Colombia win the World Cup

Carlos Valderrama said he will cut his famous hair if Colombia win the World Cup.

Carlos Valderrama promised he will cut his curly blonde hair if Colombia win the World Cup this summer.

Colombia will meet Japan in their World Cup opener on June 19 and also face Poland and Senegal in Group H.

Los Cafeteros did not appear at a World Cup from 2002 until 2010 but reached the quarterfinals four years ago -- their best finish in the competition -- before being eliminated by hosts Brazil.

Valderrama, 56, was asked if he would cut his famous hair if Colombia lifted the trophy in Russia.


Falcao, James Rodriguez hope to take Colombia further in 2018

With 100 days to go until the FIFA World Cup, Ian Darke joins a group of ESPN writers and experts for a roundtable discussion about what to expect in Russia this summer.

NOTE: This is translated from an original piece for ESPN Argentina.

One hundred days before Brazil 2014, Colombia's World Cup hopes were dashed by an injury to the team's biggest star, Radamel Falcao. The Tricolor was preparing their World Cup return after 12 long years but the wait was tinged with anguish. There was even speculation about the fatigue that would weigh upon them with or without the player from Santa Marta, who was finally forced to withdraw from contention. But Jose Pekerman's...

 By Tim Vickery

Franco Armani, Juan Quintero bring World Cup intrigue to River Plate

Keeper Franco Armani, a favorite at Atletico Nacional before arriving at River Plate, could get a look from Argentina's World Cup side.

Nearly 70 years ago, the great Alfredo Di Stefano left Buenos Aires giants River Plate and headed north to Colombia to play for Millonarios of Bogota. It was an important stage of a career that then took him to Real Madrid, where, as the European Cup (now Champions League) was launched, he became perhaps the most influential player European club football has ever seen. Now Colombia is returning the favour. Two of the most intriguing imports to Argentine football this year are a couple of River Plate...


Socceroos to face Colombia in London friendly in March

The FC crew explain why Australia's outlook at the World Cup is dreary after being drawn with France, Peru and Denmark.

Australia will play Colombia in London as part of their preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The match will be played at Craven Cottage, the home of Fulham, in west London, on March 27, four days after the Socceroos' friendly against Norway in Oslo.

Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop said the fixture against Colombia would provide the Socceroos' incoming head coach with "a good challenge against strong South American opposition leading into the FIFA World Cup."