1. Pekerman to Discuss Colombia Future

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  2. James Rodriguez: Real Madrid's Gain Is Colombia's Loss

    James Rodriguez is the third Colombian to play for Real Madrid after Freddy Rincon and Edwin Congo . Amid the euphoria of the World Cup in Brazil and signing for Real Madrid ...

    Daniel Rey Written by Daniel Rey about 8 days ago 2,001 reads 14 comments

  3. Where Does James Rodriguez Rank in the Top 25 Colombian Players of All Time?

    Colombia has produced some of the most talented players coming out from South America. Among those footballers it is possible to find spectacular goalkeepers, solid defenders, creative midfielders and lethal strikers...

    Hugo Chavez Barroso Written by Hugo Chavez Barroso about 9 days ago 6,848 reads 29 comments

  4. James Rodriguez Volley for Colombia vs. Uruguay Named 2014 World Cup's Best Goal

    FIFA have formally deemed James Rodriguez 's volleyed goal for Colombia against Uruguay as the 2014 World Cup's best. The strike was awarded the title after a vote on the FIFA website...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 10 days ago 54,997 reads 151 comments

  5. James Rodriguez Dances Even When He's Not Celebrating Goals

    James Rodriguez became a household name at the World Cup mostly because of his football, but those dancing celebrations after his goals for Colombia didn't hurt, either. And the Monaco No...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 12 days ago 26,971 reads 15 comments

  6. Why James Rodriguez Will Be a Future Ballon d'Or Contender

    He may have already been well-known to Colombians and fans of the clubs he has played for, but James Rodriguez made a name of himself on the global stage with a series of sublime displays at the 2014 World Cup...

    Dan Colasimone Written by Dan Colasimone about 16 days ago 2,929 reads 19 comments

  7. South America Best XI of Golden Oldies

    South American nations may be confident in their youthful talent, but over the years, they have also placed great value in wise, old heads (with an emphasis on the old)...

    Daniel Rey Written by Daniel Rey about 16 days ago 149 reads 0 comments

  8. Colombia Star James Rodriguez Takes Selfie in Front of 90,000 Gathered Fans

    James Rodriguez had a brilliant 2014 World Cup for Colombia, scoring six goals and marking himself out as a truly world-class talent in the No. 10 shirt. At Colombia's welcome-home party, the 22-year-old took a selfie in front of 90,000 gathered fans.

    Will Tidey Written by Will Tidey about 24 days ago 28,395 reads 39 comments

  9. James Takes Selfie in Front of Fans

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  10. Colombia World Cup Team Get Epic Greeting Upon Returning Home from World Cup

    Colombia's World Cup dream may have ended at the hands of Brazil, but the team have still returned home as heroes. The above video shows the incredible reception the team received after their valiant display in their first World Cup since 1998...

    BR-UK Staff Written by BR-UK Staff about 25 days ago 8,899 reads 6 comments

  11. Colombian Newspaper's World Cup Headline Is NSFW Tirade Against Referee

    The Colombian newspaper Hoy went for an angry, NSFW front page in reaction to its team's 2-1 defeat to Brazil in the World Cup quarter-final. " Spanish referee," the headline begins, before descending into a torrent of abuse...

    Mark Patterson Written by Mark Patterson about 26 days ago 94,172 reads 245 comments

  12. Zuniga: I Never Meant to Hurt Neymar

    Colombia defender Juan Zuniga said he did not deliberately try to hurt Brazil forward Neymar when he kneed him in the back on Friday, fracturing his vertebra and ruling the marquee player out of the rest of the World Cup...

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 26 days ago 1,246 reads 7 comments

  13. Brave and Exciting Colombia Can Hold Their Heads High in Defeat

    Colombia finally had to wake up from its sweetest World Cup dream after losing to Brazil 2-1 in the quarter-finals, but it can certainly keep its head up high...

    Hugo Chavez Barroso Written by Hugo Chavez Barroso about 27 days ago 22,701 reads 53 comments

  14. Colombia's Radamel Falcao After Brazil Loss

    Injured Radamel Falcao suffered through Colombia's defeat to Brazil as best he could, most probably through gritted teeth...

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  15. Colombia Fan Goes Viral After Rihanna Posts Vine of 'Colombian Cutie'

    This Colombia fan was all over Twitter on Friday, after pop star Rihanna posted a Vine of her face being captured by World Cup TV cameras. Rihanna has been an active fan of the World Cup this summer, regularly posting tweets around the action..

    Will Tidey Written by Will Tidey about 27 days ago 32,178 reads 12 comments

  16. 5 Reasons Why Colombia Have Shone at the 2014 FIFA World Cup

    Colombia have made it to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup for the first time. This is Colombia’s finest moment in tournament football, surpassing their victory in the 2001 Copa America ...

    Daniel Rey Written by Daniel Rey about 27 days ago 465 reads 0 comments

  17. Colombia's New Stars Can Overcome History in World Cup Quarter-Final vs. Brazil

    Perhaps the most intriguing of the 2014 FIFA World Cup quarter-final matches is the all-South American clash that sees the hosts, Brazil, take on the tournament's most entertaining side so far, Colombia...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 28 days ago 8,912 reads 23 comments

  18. Colombian President Declares National Holiday for World Cup Quarter-Final

    Colombia will play Brazil in their first-ever World Cup quarter-final on Friday, and their president wants the whole nation to watch the game...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 28 days ago 18,657 reads 37 comments

  19. Colombian President Declares Public Holiday for Brazil Match

    President Juan Manuel Santos decreed Friday afternoon as a "civic day," freeing all public employees to watch the Colombia vs. Brazil quarterfinals match.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 28 days ago 202 reads 0 comments

  20. Cuadrado's Beautiful Art of Deception

    On the beach of Necoclí, Colombia, by the Caribbean Sea, a boy kicks and chases after a football on the sand. He runs up and down, dribbling in and out of the driftwood that has washed ashore...

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 29 days ago 299 reads 0 comments

  21. 10 Players Whose Stock Rose During 2014 World Cup 2nd Round Stage

    The World Cup is a stage on which heroes are born. In the second-round stage, a host of players saw their stocks rise considerably...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 30 days ago 9,158 reads 22 comments

  22. Everything You Need to Know About Colombia Superstar James Rodriguez

    James Rodriguez has been one of the most impressive performers at the 2014 World Cup, scoring five goals and providing two assists as part of a vibrant Colombia side who have bettered the country’s best-ever performance in the tournament...

    Nick Dorrington Written by Nick Dorrington about 1 month ago 7,725 reads 13 comments

  23. Carlos Sanchez Is Colombia's Unsung Hero at Brazil 2014

    Colombia have been highly impressive on their road to the World Cup quarter-finals. They have enthralled with the vibrancy of their attacking play while maintaining a solid defensive base that has seen them concede just two goals...

    Nick Dorrington Written by Nick Dorrington about 1 month ago 1,925 reads 4 comments

  24. Colombia's James Rodriguez 1st Since 2002 to Score in 1st 4 World Cup Games

    With his first of two goals in a 2-0 win over Uruguay in the round of 16 at the World Cup on Saturday, Colombia's James Rodriguez became the first player since 2002 to score in his first four games at the tournament, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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