1. World Cup 2014: Winners and Losers from the Quarter-Finals

    The 2014 FIFA World Cup’s four quarter-finals each featured something a little different. France and Germany contested the iconic Maracana’s first-ever European derby ...

    Jerrad Peters Written by Jerrad Peters about 6 days ago 16,434 reads 37 comments

  2. 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 6 days ago 8,731 reads 6 comments

  3. Cillessen Sorry for Outburst After Being Subbed

    SALVADOR, Brazil, July 6 (Reuters) - Goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen apologised to his Netherlands team mates and coaching staff for his petulant outburst after he was substituted before ...

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 6 days ago 564 reads 1 comments

  4. Willian Forced out of Brazil Training

    Brazil midfielder Willian has given his country another injury scare after being forced out of training on Saturday with an injury.....

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  5. Ruud van Nistelrooy Celebrates Netherlands' Win vs. Costa Rica in ESPN Studio

    Ruud van Nistelrooy had a long, successful career with the Dutch national team, representing the Oranje as recently as 2011...

    BR-UK Staff Written by BR-UK Staff about 6 days ago 3,284 reads 2 comments

  6. Report: Roma Snatch USA's Yedlin

    Roma have reportedly beaten Genoa to a deal for USA right-back DeAndre Yedlin, who'll remain at Seattle Sounders on loan.....

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 6 days ago 274 reads 0 comments

  7. Wilmots Fails to Get the Best from Eden Hazard and Belgium at the World Cup

    This Belgium team were, of course, greatly hyped before the World Cup. A fine collection of young players were their version of the golden generation, following the likes of the ...

    Nick  Miller Written by Nick Miller about 6 days ago 2,324 reads 9 comments

  8. 5 Players Who Enhanced Their Reputations for France at the World Cup

    In any football tournament across the globe, it is always tough to go out at the quarter-final stage. You are two games from a historic final, but you feel like you are still in the early stages of competition...

    Andrew Gibney Written by Andrew Gibney about 6 days ago 1,511 reads 1 comments

  9. Angel Di Maria Injury Raises Tactical Questions for Argentina

    Argentina are back. After no less than 24 years out of the World Cup semi-finals, the Albiceleste took down Belgium 1-0 in Brasilia to book their place amongst the top four...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 6 days ago 12,429 reads 6 comments

  10. The Top 10 German Talents to Watch for at the 2018 World Cup

    The 2014 World Cup may be the last chance for some of the Mannschaft's current stars to become world champions. Miroslav Klose is 36 years old, Philipp Lahm turns 31 in November, Bastian Schweinsteiger 30 in August and Per Mertesacker 30 in September..

    Clark Whitney Written by Clark Whitney about 6 days ago 3,674 reads 22 comments

  11. Neymar 'Couldn't Feel His Legs'

    Amid reports Neymar was 2cm away from paralysis, Felipe Scolari reveals the Brazilian “couldn't feel his legs...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 5,705 reads 0 comments

  12. Higuain: I Never Got Desperate About Scoring

    Argentina brought to an end nearly two-and-a-half decades of frustration on Saturday when they downed Belgium 1-0 to check into their first FIFA World Cup™ semi-final since Italy 1990...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 522 reads 0 comments

  13. Hazard: We Need to Look to the Future

    It was always going to be tough for Belgium on Saturday versus two-time world champions Argentina and the imperious Lionel Messi, in front of a raucous, partisan crowd at Brasilia's Estadio Nacional...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 90 reads 0 comments

  14. Louis Van Gaal's Decision-Making Through World Cup Quarter-Final Proves Decisive

    Ultimately, it was bringing on penalty-killing goalkeeper Tim Krul that changed the foundations of the Netherlands’ quarter-final effort against Costa Rica...

    Elko Born Written by Elko Born about 6 days ago 9,888 reads 16 comments

  15. 5 USMNT Players Whose Stock Fell at 2014 World Cup

    Now that the United States men's national team has been eliminated from the 2014 World Cup, much of the focus has turned to a number of USMNT players who are rumored to be gearing ...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 6 days ago 35,011 reads 53 comments

  16. Joachim Low Says Foreigners in Premier League Are Damaging England

    Germany manager says Roy Hodgson's task is made impossible because of the large number of overseas players in the Premier League.....

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 482 reads 0 comments

  17. Debate: Should Tim Krul Start for Netherlands in World Cup Semi vs. Argentina?

    Netherlands head coach Louis van Gaal took an amazing tactical gamble as his team prepared for a penalty shootout against Costa Rica in the World Cup quarter-finals...

    Ian Rodgers Written by Ian Rodgers about 6 days ago 5,286 reads 33 comments

  18. Krul: I Told Penalty Takers I Knew Their Plan

    It appeared as if a spell had been cast on the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador on Saturday, as the stadium that had been synonymous with free-scoring matches at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ suddenly provided the stage for a goalless encounter...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 413 reads 1 comments

  19. Krul Delighted with World Cup Progress

    The Newcastle player came on late in extra time and produced two saves in a penalty shoot-out against Costa Rica after a goalless draw over 120 minutes in Saturday's quarter-final in Salvador...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 1,181 reads 1 comments

  20. Navas: We Leave with Our Heads Held High

    Costa Rican international goalkeeper, Keylor Navas was gutted following his side's 2014 World Cup quarterfinal loss to Holland on Saturday evening, losing on penalties, but the Levante stopper was proud of how they represented the country...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 6 days ago 59 reads 0 comments

  21. 5 USMNT Players Whose Stock Increased at 2014 World Cup

    The United States men's national team's performance in the 2014 World Cup was a living, breathing and sweating example of why sports are unpredictable...

    Phil Keidel Written by Phil Keidel about 6 days ago 21,129 reads 59 comments

  22. 10 Things Mexico Learned from 2014 World Cup Campaign

    Mexico left the 2014 World Cup holding its head high and looking to the future. Like everything in life, there were good and bad moments, but all of them will turn into experience...

    Karla Villegas Gama Written by Karla Villegas Gama about 6 days ago 11,531 reads 30 comments

  23. 3 Key Themes of the Social Chatter from Netherlands vs. Costa Rica

    The Netherlands defeated Costa Rica after 120 minutes of scoreless soccer, but the drama hit a climax following a goalie switch before the penalty shootout ensued...

    Ashkan Kargaran Written by Ashkan Kargaran about 6 days ago 1,053 reads 2 comments

  24. Surprise Package Costa Rica Provided Thrills and a Bit of Panic

    Costa Rica were the surprise package of the 2014 World Cup. They also threatened to upset the applecart. Only once in tournament history had a CONCACAF nation progressed into the ...

    Jerrad Peters Written by Jerrad Peters about 6 days ago 1,971 reads 9 comments

  25. Costa Rica Can Take Plenty of Positives from 2014 World Cup in Brazil

    This is just the beginning of a bright future for Costa Rica after Jorge Luis Pinto took them to the quarterfinals for the first time in their history...

    Karla Villegas Gama Written by Karla Villegas Gama about 6 days ago 2,349 reads 3 comments