Sunday 12 March 2017, 09:06

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Just like every Sunday, FIFA.comwhets your appetite by previewing what is in store for you in the week ahead.

In the latest instalment of our series dipping into the FIFA World Cup™record books, we will be revisiting the career of legendary Mexican goalkeeper Antonio Carbajal, who appeared at no fewer than five World Cups between 1950 and 1966.

With Russia 2018qualifying set to resume in all four corners of the planet on 23 March, we will also be looking ahead to the next edition of the global extravaganza hand in hand with several high-profile figures from the football world. Be sure not to miss our exclusive interviews with Uruguay midfielder Matias Vecino, Japan schemer Hiroshi Kiyotake and Argentina coach Edgardo Bauzain the coming days.

Speaking of Russia, Cafuwas in the country earlier this week for the launch of the 100-day countdown to the FIFA Confederations Cup. The Brazilian legend, a winner of the competition in 1997, will be sharing his views on the host nation and his expectations ahead of the Tournament of Champions.

Likewise, fresh off guiding the French women's national team to glory in the SheBelieves Cup in the United States, Olivier Echouafniwill be taking stock of his first few months at the helm of Les Bleues, as well as discussing their ambitions for this summer's UEFA Women's EURO.

Last but not least, on Wednesday we will be bringing you an exclusive interview with Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane, whose exploits in 2016 – a year that he ended in style by leading his side to victory in the FIFA Club World Cup – made him one of the finalists for the inaugural The Best FIFA Men's Coach Award.

Of course, you also have all our regular featuresto look forward to, not to mention a steady supply of videos, all the latest news on our tournamentsand plenty else besides. Have a great week of football on