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Archives: Brazil

Brazil Appoint Dunga As New National Head Coach to Replace Luiz Felipe Scolari

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Brazil’s search for a new manager has ended with the reappointment of former captain and head coach Dunga. Luiz Felipe Scolari resigned from the position after Brazil’s disastrous ending in the World Cup, which capped off a series of timid … Continue reading

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The Worst Brazil Squad Ever: Assessing the 2014 World Cup Squad And Looking To The Future

Posted on by Derek Morriss
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In my opinion, the squad that Luis Felipe Scolari chose to represent Brazil at their own World Cup was the worst Brazil squad ever assembled. What was supposed to be a sixth World Cup championship on home soil ended in utter humiliation and exposed … Continue reading

Rebuilding Brazil Won’t Be Easy For Scolari’s Successor

Posted on by Derek Morriss
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The World Cup is over, and whilst the Germans are probably still celebrating their thoroughly deserved victory, as a Brazilian, I am more concerned about the mess that the national team is now in. Over the course of 180 minutes … Continue reading

World Soccer Talk’s Best Starting XI Of The 2014 World Cup

Posted on by Andrew Jones
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In arguably the greatest World Cup ever, the five week adventure that is the grand global tournament in Brazil has now concluded. Now in a fitting conclusion that saw a resilient and mentally strong German side win their fourth world … Continue reading

Luiz Scolari Resigns As Manager Of Brazilian National Team After World Cup Embarrassment

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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After losing two home games consecutively for the first time since 1940, Luiz Scolari resigned from his position of head coach of the Brazilian National Football Team. The 2014 World Cup host nation had a promising build up to the … Continue reading

WATCH Mario Götze’s Goal For Germany Against Argentina [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Mario Götze scored a sensational goal for Germany deep in the second half of extra time, to give Germany a 1-0 lead against Argentina in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. “That looked like golddust to the Germans” exclaimed ESPN commentator … Continue reading

Why there’s a Love-Hate Relationship Between Soccer Powers Argentina and Brazil

Posted on by Juan Arango
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Editor’s note: One of the less discussed topics at this World Cup has been the vocal animosity that Brazil fans have shown towards Argentina, whether it’s Brazilians booing the Argentina team and/or cheering on Argentina’s opposition. Now with Argentina in … Continue reading

WATCH Brazil 0-3 Netherlands Match Highlights [VIDEO]: Brazil Crash Out in Third Place Final

Posted on by Alex Muller
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It just keeps on getting worse for Brazil. After being thrashed 7-1 by Germany earlier this week, Brazil went into the Third Place Final hoping for a victory to wipe away the pain of being obliterated by the Germans. However, … Continue reading

Brazil vs Netherlands, Third Place World Cup Game: Starting Lineups, TV Listings And Open Thread

Posted on by Chirag Madhrani
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As we reach the near end of what has been an exhilarating month, Brazil and Netherlands face each other today in the Third Place Final, with pride as the only prize to play for. Where to watch – The third-place … Continue reading

Third Place World Cup Game Between Netherlands-Brazil is Completely Meaningless

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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I hate to burst the bubble of Brazil fans and South Americans looking forward to watching Saturday’s Third Place Final between Netherlands and Brazil, but most of the world couldn’t care about the game. The game is a glorified friendly, … Continue reading

Brazil 2014: What the People and Fan Fests Were Like (Travels In Brazil)

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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Maybe I left Brazil too soon.  I was wearing the same Brazil shirt that I had worn while watching their previous two knockout round matches.  This time, though, I was back in the US watching the Brazil-Germany game from a … Continue reading

How Brazil’s Failure Could Help MLS

Posted on by Robert Hay
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There are myriad reasons for Brazil’s abrupt departure from the World Cup and honestly there is a sliver of truth in every theory or reason given for their poor play.  One reason, however, for the change in the Brazilian soccer … Continue reading

Neymar: How Does He Compare?

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Although his tournament may be over in his homeland this summer after suffering a sickening tackle from Colombian Juan Camilo Zuniga that saw the 22 year old Barcelona and Brazil front man fracture one of the vertebra in his spine, … Continue reading

12.4 Million Watched Brazil vs Germany World Cup Semifinal On US TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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More than 12 million people watched the World Cup semifinal between Brazil and Germany on Tuesday, proving that Americans are continuing to watch the tournament in record numbers. An average of 6.6 million people watched Brazil-Germany on ESPN, while 5.8 … Continue reading

WATCH Germany 7-1 Brazil World Cup Animation [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Germany’s shock 7-1 victory over Brazil in the 2014 Workd Cup will be one of the everlasting memories of this summer. And now expert animator Richard Swarbrick has created another sensational animation, this time highlighting a few of the goals … Continue reading

Nation In Shock: Front Covers Of Brazil Newspapers After Defeat Against Germany [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Brazil is in a state of shock today after yesterday’s 7-1 defeat against Germany. Newspapers across the country tried to capture the mood on the front pages. Here are the best covers from today’s Brazilian newspapers.

How David Luiz’s Weaknesses as a Defender Were Exposed Yet Again At The Worst Possible Time

Posted on by Andrew Jones
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Gary Neville’s famous description of David Luiz being so poor that it was as if the Brazilian was being controlled by a 10-year old playing PlayStation came to roost Tuesday night in Belo Horizonte. Luiz pointed to the sky after … Continue reading

Brazil Haunted By Its Past Success In World Cup Meltdown Against Germany

Posted on by Juan Arango
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Chile had Brazil on the ropes and that was what Germany saw as they knew that the two sides would cross paths at one point in this World Cup. It was a foreshadowing of things to come, although many thought … Continue reading