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Archives: World Cup

Brazil vs Germany Predicted Lineups and Preview: World Cup Semi-Final

Posted on by Charlie Bennett
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Brazil will be hoping that the loss of their two most influential players will not hold them back in their World Cup semi-final against Germany. Star player Neymar will miss the rest of the tournament after suffering a serious back … Continue reading

Where to Find Germany vs Brazil World Cup Semifinal On US Television

Posted on by Alex Muller
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The World Cup semifinal between Germany and Brazil features two giants in world soccer. Today’s must-see game between Brazil-Germany will be shown live on US television and Internet beginning at 4pm ET/1pm PT (coverage begins at 3pm ET/Noon PT). The winner will … Continue reading

Who Brazil Should Play Against Germany With Neymar and Thiago Silva Unavailable

Posted on by Rory OBeirne
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As he was stretchered off the field clutching his back, Neymar yet again had an entire nation praying on his behalf. Just as they have done at every point of  this World Cup, the Brazilian public set their gaze firmly … Continue reading

Why Europe Will Eventually Beat South America at Brazil 2014

Posted on by Søren Frank
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It’s getting closer, much closer. Today and tomorrow will decide who will meet each other in the 2014 World Cup final in Brazil. Four teams, four nations, are still in the race. Before the tournament, Brazil were red hot favorites. … Continue reading

WATCH Parody of ESPN’s World Cup 2014 TV Coverage [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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ESPN World Cup talent Alexi Lalas, Michael Ballack, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Lynsey Hipgrave star in an animated video that parodies the work of the soccer quartet. Sean Rohani wrote, directed, animated and provided voiceovers for the film. Rohani, the … Continue reading

Germany Will Expose Brazil’s Defensive Vulnerabilities With Thiago Silva Out

Posted on by Susie Schaaf
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The four strongest teams took their separate ways to get to this point, but all have made it. You may argue that FIFA wanted a Brazil-Argentina final, but there’s a few hundred million watchers around the globe that would love … Continue reading

Oscar Must Shine If Brazil Want to Win Record Sixth World Cup

Posted on by Matt Jones
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There are few soccer nations that immortalize their icons of the game quite like Brazil. Ahead of this World Cup, we were treated to imagery of Brazilian greats gone, reminded of their stature in the in the history of the … Continue reading

One Major Reason Why Germany Has Been More Successful Than England in World Cup 2014

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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In the summer of 2009, England and Germany faced off in the final of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship. The two sides had met earlier in the competition and had drawn 1-1. The Germans ended up routing the Stuart Pearce-led … Continue reading

Chicago Led the Nation in its Support of the USA World Cup Team

Posted on by Lou Bruno
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In the summer of 2014, it seemed that most of mainstream America caught the soccer bug at the same time. Overnight the entire country became a soccer nation. Work schedules were altered and tasks postponed (both business and personal) to … Continue reading

Young USA Players Looking to Move Beyond MLS

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Going into the World Cup, a major storyline around the U.S. national team was the number of key players who had left overseas clubs to return to MLS.  Facing a logjam in the AS Roma midfield, Michael Bradley accepted a … Continue reading

World Cup Semifinal Odds and Backstories On Argentina, Germany, Brazil and Netherlands

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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Three-time World Cup loser Netherlands is the only outsider in a final four that features three of the most successful sides in history. Still, Argentina, Brazil, and Germany, despite having won more than half of all the World Cups played, … Continue reading

World Cup Semifinals TV Schedule and Commentator Assignments

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Find out where you can watch the World Cup semi-finals between Brazil-Germany and Argentina-Holland on US TV and Internet. The excitement is building for the World Cup, to find out which two teams will advance to the World Cup final. … Continue reading

7 Most Revealing Facts About World Cup TV Viewing Numbers

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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The coverage of 2014 FIFA World Cup continues to break records in the United States — both on television and online. The summer of 2014 will be remembered as the summer of soccer. Here are 7 of the most revealing … Continue reading

Holland’s Versatility and Tactical Flexibility a Key to Success

Posted on by Matt Jones
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The modern game demands many things of its footballers: Physicality, touch, technique and dynamism to name but a few. But often overlooked are the attributes of versatility and tactical flexibility. The immersive statistical analysis that’s now available at the touch … Continue reading

Best Starting XI From World Cup Quarterfinals

Posted on by Andrew Jones
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Four tightly contested quarterfinals have passed us by with diligent displays and standout sensations rewarded in this Best XI of the second knockout round. Here is the team: Goalkeeper GK- Keylor Navas (Costa Rica) In case most thought that Tim … Continue reading

The Contenders to Win the Golden Ball Trophy At World Cup 2014

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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With only four matches left in another glorious edition of the World Cup, a new champion of the tournament will be crowned soon. Another competition is heating up in Brazil as the Golden Ball is still up for the taking. … Continue reading

Why It’s Too Soon to Count Brazil Out of the World Cup

Posted on by Abe Asher
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In the past 48 hours, I’ve lost count the number of conversations I’ve had with people or have overheard others talking about how Brazil won’t be able to defeat Germany due to the loss of Neymar and Thiago Silva. In … Continue reading

Real Madrid Legend Alfredo Di Stefano Dies, Age 88

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Alfredo Di Stefano has died at the age of 88. Widely regarding as one of the greatest soccer players of all time, Alfredo Di Stefano suffered a heart attack late last week, but seemed to be in stable condition, recovering at … Continue reading