1. Argentina Celebrate Win over Holland on the Streets of Buenos Aires

    Thousands of Argentinians gathered at the Obelisk in Buenos Aires to celebrate their country's World Cup semi-final penalty shootout victory over Holland...

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  2. 10 Things USMNT Boss Jurgen Klinsmann Should Experiment with Before Copa America

    In two years, the United States men's national team will face their biggest test since Brazil by hosting the 2016 Copa America Centenario...

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  3. After Humiliation Against Germany, Brazil Must Go Back to 'Joga Bonito' Roots

    I am still sad about what happened to Brazil on Tuesday against Germany . I have no reason for it, of course, but it is sad to see a nation humiliated. This isn't just any nation...

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  4. Complete A-Z of Mexico's 2014 World Cup Campaign

    Mexico's 15th World Cup appearance had a refreshing start but a bittersweet ending. El Tri took fans and media alike through a roller coaster of emotions thanks to their surprising ...

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  5. Hong Elects to Step Down

    Korea Republic coach Hong Myungbo announced his resignation on Thursday following a disappointing 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ showing that saw his team jeered and booed on their return from Brazil...

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  6. Sergio Romero Has Repaid Alejandro Sabella's Faith at This World Cup

    For a time, Sergio Romero was accustomed to not being wanted. Shipped off for a loan spell in Monaco by club side Sampdoria , the goalkeeper played only a handful of matches ...

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  7. Is Roberto Mancini the Right Man to Succeed Cesare Prandelli as Italy Manager?

    Roberto Mancini has not always been ready to serve his country. As a player, he brought his own international career to a premature end, telling Arrigo ...

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  8. Ron Vlaar Heartbroken at Dutch Defeat

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  9. Argentina's Lionel Messi Stifled but He Can Still Light Up the Final

    This was a difficult and at times rather painful night in São Paulo: for those watching this turgid, tactically constipated semi-final between Holland and Argentina, for the ...

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  10. What Brazil's Loss Meant, and What It Didn't Mean

    When you visit the Museu do Futebol in São Paulo, you are at one point obliged to enter a long, narrow, pitch-black room, in which the increasingly loud pounding of a heartbeat ...

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  11. Netherlands Exceeded Expectations Despite World Cup Semi-Final Defeat

    Netherlands couldn't quite manage to match their World Cup achievements of four years ago, as the 2010 losing finalists this time bowed out at the semi-final stage of the 2014 tournament in Brazil...

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  12. Celtic Target Mikkel Diskerud Plans Move from Rosenborg This Summer

    THE Parkhead club are looking to sign the midfielder who was part of the USA's World Cup squad and have also revealed their interest in re-signing Greek striker Georgios Samaras...

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  13. Argentina Need More from Muted Messi to Avenge 1990 Final Agony

    In Buenos Aires, just reaching the final feels like a brilliant achievement for millions of elated football fans. An entire city ground to a halt throughout Wednesday, and from 5 p...

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  14. Louis Van Gaal Rues Sergio Romero World Cup Heroics

    Netherlands boss Louis Van Gaal found some black humour in a disappointing situation when he said he had taught Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero all he knew about saving penalties ...

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  15. How Germany Will Benefit from the Netherlands-Argentina World Cup Semi-Final

    Germany were the big winners from Wednesday’s World Cup semi-final between the Netherlands and Argentina...

    Jerrad Peters Written by Jerrad Peters about 1 day ago 10,386 reads 76 comments

  16. Louis van Gaal Unable to Change Netherlands' Fortunes vs. Argentina

    He had changed his team’s formation to combat Spain. He had used Klaas -Jan Huntelaar as a super sub against Mexico...

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  17. How Germany's Awesome Attack Can Break Down Argentina Defence in World Cup Final

    And so a sequel continues: for the third time in history, the FIFA World Cup final will take place between Germany and Argentina...

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  18. Sneijder Hates Penalty Loss

    Wesley Sneijder was distraught after the Netherlands lost on penalties to Argentina in the World Cup semi-final...

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  19. Argentina Coach Alejandro Sabella Savours Semi-Final Success

    Alejandro Sabella paid tribute to his Argentina side following their World Cup semi-final victory over Netherlands...

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  20. football_oranje: Van Gaal, I taught Romero ...

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  21. Romero: I Was Confident

    Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero says he was confident he could help his country win the penalty shootout and reach the World Cup final...

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  22. Three Thoughts: Argentina Goes on to Finals

    Argentina's penalty shootout win over Netherlands in one sentence: After last night's funfair attraction of a game, this was more like a ghost train, with both sides scared to make any kind of mistake...

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  23. Van Gaal Explains Picking Vlaar as Penalty Taker

    Van Gaal says he asked 2 players to take first PK before selecting Vlaar, because defender was the "best player on the pitch"...

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  24. Lionel Messi's Joy as He Realises He'll Lead Argentina into a World Cup Final

    Lionel Messi 's Argentina held their nerve to beat the Netherlands on penalties and go through to the 2014 World Cup final. And the joy on Messi 's face was there for all to see...

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  25. Brazil's Players Will Be 'Scarred for Life' by Germany Semi-Final Loss

    Brazil's crestfallen players have admitted they will be scarred for life by the record defeat to Germany, with the humiliation having left the squad perplexed and pained as they somehow ...

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