North Korea coach Kim Jong-Hun is looking to the future and claims that he was pleased about their World Cup campaign, despite a 7-0 humiliation at the hands of Portugal.
North Korea coach Kim Jong-Hun intends to keep faith with the players thrashed by Portugal for his side's final World Cup game against Ivory Coast.
Ivory Coast's Sol Bamba has pleaded with FIFA to go easy on Kader Keita as calls grow for his role in the dismissal of Kaka during the 3-1 loss to Brazil to be investigated.
Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz issued a stark warning that his team will be "more ambitious" over the course of the World Cup after the 7-0 hammering of North Korea.
Cristiano Ronaldo remains confident that he can end his goal-drought for Portugal and lead his country to a win over North Korea on Monday.
North Korea coach Kim Jong-Hun believes reaching the second round of the World Cup finals can be considered a success for his side.
North Korea have maintained that reports that four of their players have gone AWOL are wide of the mark and put the confusion down to a "clerical error".
FIFA has defended its attempts to prevent journalists putting political questions to the North Korean coach and players.
Brazil midfielder Gilberto Silva has backed Kaka to return to his best form at the World Cup after a subdued performance against North Korea on Tuesday.
North Korean fans will get to watch the World Cup for free, as Asia's broadcasting union announced that it would be providing a free feed for the country.
South African police will provide all security at the match between Brazil and North Korea at Ellis Park after workers for a private firm continued their strike action over pay.
North Korea coach Kim Jong-hun is aiming high when he comes up against Brazil on Tuesday, claiming his side can pull off a shock.
South Korea are reportedly refusing to provide North Korea with TV coverage of the World Cup as political tensions between the two countries continue to simmer.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has insisted there will not be a repetition of the scenes which marred Sunday's warm-up match between Nigeria and North Korea and left almost two dozen fans injured.
Nigerian officials have defended their decision to play last Sunday's warm-up match at the Makhulong Stadium in Johannesburg, claiming they had no alternative venue to hand.
The Football Association has taken steps to ensure that "appropriate measures are in place" for Monday's friendly against Platinum Stars after a stampede occurred in a fixture between Nigeria and North Korea at the weekend.