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Paulo Ferreira has become the latest Portugal player to retire from international football.
The Chelsea defender represented the Seleccao 62 times and was part of Carlos Queiroz's squad that competed in the World Cup this summer.
Ferreira was expected to be called up for Portugal's Euro 2012 qualifying double-header against Cyprus and Norway.
But the 31-year-old full-back has joined the likes of Deco and Simao in hanging up his international boots and concentrating on club football.
Ferreira's retirement marks another significant change in the make-up of Portugal's national team.
Of the 14 players used in the 2006 World Cup semi-final against France, only Ricardo Carvalho and Cristiano Ronaldo remain in the set-up.
Bryan Swanson, Chief News Reporter for Sky Sports News, reflects on the FIFA press conference ahead of Friday's World Cup draw in Costa do Sauipe, Brazil.
It will be dramatic and it will be tense - right from the start.
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Cristiano Ronaldo puts his desire to win trophies with Portugal above the personal glory of the Ballon d'Or.
Gabon caused upset as they held Portugal to a draw, while Didier Drogba scored as Ivory Coast triumphed in Austria.
Cristiano Ronaldo has withdrawn from the Portugal squad to take on Gabon on Wednesday.
Northern Ireland will hope to make a milestone evening for Cristiano Ronaldo one to forget when they visit Portugal in World Cup qualifying.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill intends for Cristiano Ronaldo's 100th cap for Portugal to be a damp squib.