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Archives: World Cup

Tweet Your Questions to USA Legend and ESPN Analyst Kasey Keller On Thursday Morning

Posted on by Bo McMillan
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Former United States goalkeeper and ESPN analyst Kasey Keller will be taking part in a Twitter chat Thursday, 6/26 at 9:15 am EST ahead of the United States vs Germany match. Fans can submit questions to Castrol GTX’s twitter page (@CastrolUSA), … Continue reading

Honduras 0-3 Switzerland: Match Highlights (VIDEO) – Swiss Grab Second Spot in Group E

Posted on by Lee Bosch
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A slight tactical move has  helped spur Switzerland into the second round and Xherdan Shaqiri in his country’s history books after a 3-0 win against Honduras in Manaus. Shaqiri was moved to a more center forward role this match by … Continue reading

France 0-0 Ecuador: Les Bleus Win Group E: Match Highlights (VIDEO)

Posted on by Anne Robotham
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On the deciding day of the World Cup for Group E, a resurgent French side needed only a point to top their group and avoid Argentina in the last 16. Meanwhile, Ecuador would have to beat their opponents and maintain … Continue reading

WATCH This Fantastic Animation of USA’s World Cup Goals [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Watch an incredible animation of USA’s goals in the World Cup featuring Clint Dempsey, John Brooks, Jermaine Jones and another one by Mr. Dempsey. The superb animation is designed by the talented Richard Swarbrick. And subscribe to Richard Swarbrick’s channel … Continue reading

Bosnia 3-1 Iran Match Highlights [VIDEO]; 5 Observations From Match

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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Iran had a big chance to qualify for the next stage of the World Cup.  Carlos Quieroz’s side had to beat an already eliminated Bosnia and Herzegovina and hope that Argentina defeated Nigeria.  To qualify outright Iran needed to win … Continue reading

Argentina 3-2 Nigeria Match Highlights [VIDEO]: La Albiceleste Emerge Victorious

Posted on by Chris Ryan
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Similar to a parent who knows his or her child is smarter than the C’s on the report card, most soccer fans will be somewhat disappointed with the performance of the Albiceleste today. While they did score three goals they … Continue reading

Ecuador vs France: Starting Lineups And World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Chirag Madhrani
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We end today’s action with France taking on Ecuador with the opportunity on the line for Ecuador to advance to the next round. Where to watch – For viewers keen to catch this game from USA, this is where they … Continue reading

Honduras vs Switzerland: Starting Lineups And World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Chirag Madhrani
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Today’s second round of matches kicks off with Honduras facing Switzerland. The Swiss can advance with a win today if Ecuador is unable to do the business against France. Where to watch – For viewers in USA, this is where … Continue reading

7 Reasons to Watch the World Cup On Univision Deportes

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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This summer, I’ve watched more soccer on Univision Deportes than ever before. During previous World Cup tournaments, I would have watched 100% of the World Cup on ESPN and ABC, but as my thirst for soccer has increased, so too … Continue reading

Barcelona Sign Chile World Cup Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Barcelona continue to work hard to improve their side after a disappointing season by signing Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo today from Real Sociedad for an undisclosed fee. The 31-year-old signed a four-year deal and is having a solid World Cup … Continue reading

WATCH Messi Score 2 Goals To Put Argentina 2-1 In the Lead In First Half Against Nigeria [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Leo Messi has done it again. Argentina’s star player scored two goals in the first half of the World Cup game against Nigeria to break the hearts of the African giants. There’s still 45 minutes left to play in the … Continue reading

Argentina vs Nigeria: Starting Lineups And World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Chirag Madhrani
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While Argentina are already through to the next round, a draw will be good enough for Nigeria to advance to the next round. But even if Nigeria lose today, they could still advance if Iran fails to beat Bosnia or … Continue reading

Iran vs Bosnia-Herzegovina: Starting Lineups And World Cup Open Thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Iran have an excellent opportunity to advance to the next round of the World Cup today if they can get a victory against already-eliminated Bosnia and hope that Argentina can score a few goals against Nigeria. Where to watch – … Continue reading

Ghana Sends Plane Carrying $3 Million+ In Cash to Prevent Forfeit Against Portugal in World Cup

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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After reports leaked from the Black Stars training camp yesterday that Ghana’s players planned on forfeiting tomorrow’s pivotal match against Portugal due to not being paid for their performances yet, Ghana’s President John Dramani Mahama (pictured above) has intervened to … Continue reading

Support For USA World Cup Team Growing In England After 3 Lions Departure

Posted on by Matt Jones
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With the England national team on their way home from Brazil after three abject performances in the group stage, the intense coverage of the World Cup has been turned down a notch on this side of the Atlantic. There’s still plenty of … Continue reading

Ghana Will Defeat Portugal As Long As The Black Stars Aren’t Arrogant

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Ghana is confident they can defeat Portugal and make it to the round of 16 but they must be careful because that same demeanor is what made them lose to the United States and has them in the predicament they’re … Continue reading

Where to Watch the World Cup in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Posted on by Carly Heinz
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World Cup fever has officially gripped New York City. As soccer grows ever more popular in the United States, we review six of the best places to watch the tournament in Manhattan and Brooklyn: 1. Jack Demsey’s Home of the … Continue reading

Young World Cup Trio Look to Revive The Declining Centerback Position

Posted on by Andrew Jones
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With over 100 goals scored already in this tournament, the 2014 World Cup has not been an exhibition for great centerback play. With the game quicker, fitter, more athletic and open than it has ever been before, gone are the … Continue reading