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Daily Links: 56 Days to World Cup

Just 56 days to go, and we have some World Cup news for you. Find out what Carlos Tevez has to say about Lionel Messi, and what he has planned for this summer. Plus: Joe Hart, Tim Cahill, and Didier Deschamps. All that and more right here in TLR's Daily World Cup Countdown.

Joe Hart's reaction after hearing what Peter Shilton has to say about him
Joe Hart's reaction after hearing what Peter Shilton has to say about him
Alex Livesey
Joe Hart not yet World's Best

Former England great Peter Shilton believes that Joe Hart is not yet one of the world's best goalkeepers. Hart was dropped to the bench earlier in the season after committing several errors.

Tevez: "No problem with Messi"

Juventus striker Carlos Tevez said that he has no problem with Lionel Messi or Argentina's manager, Alejandro Sabella. He also added that he won't watch Argentina in the World Cup and has planned to take a trip to Disney World with his family.

"Messi is irreplaceable"

Alejandro Sabella (somewhat stating the obvious) by mentioning that Messi is irreplaceable and that Argentina will be relying on him. No pressure then.

Deschamps had eyes on the future

France's manager, Didier Deschamps has said that he will pick his squad with an eye towards the Euro 2016 (which France will host). He also mentioned that he's willing to omit certain players to preserve the squad's unity.

Cahill return good news for Australia

TIm Cahill has given Australia a boost after returning to match action following three weeks out with a hamstring injury. Cahill played 30 minutes as a sub for New York Red Bulls, as they beat Philadelphia Union 2-1.

Injury blow for Chile

Forward Junior Fernandes broke his leg while playing for club side Dinamo Zagreb. The 25-year old was likely to be called up by Chile's coach, Jorge Sampaoli to play in this summer's World Cup.