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Tag Archives: World Cup 2014

Messi Will Most Likely Never Be The Best Ever And That’s Okay

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Following Sunday’s World Cup final loss to Germany, albeit in extra time, Lionel Messi’s legacy took a sharp hit. If he never wins the game’s most prestigious trophy, Messi will never be considered the greatest soccer player ever, and that’s … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

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

Thomas Muller’s Unconventional Style Produces Goals For Germany

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Thomas Muller has raised his game again in the World Cup and has been outstanding, except for his blunder on a free kick attempt against Algeria. For the Germans to beat continental rivals France on Thursday, Muller needs to continue … Continue reading

Angel Di Maria’s Rise To Elite Status Culminates In Argentina’s Run at World Cup

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Angel Di Maria’s game-winning goal against Switzerland symbolized more than helping Argentina advance to the quarterfinals. It also highlighted his year long campaign of becoming a world class player. Before the 2013-14 season started, the 26-year-old was heavily linked with … Continue reading

Ghana and Portugal Preview: Teams Look to Advance From Group G

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Over last weekend, Ghana and Portugal played in matches that both ended in 2-2 draws, keeping their World Cup hopes alive. In their first meeting against each other, Group G’s underachievers have one more chance to redeem themselves while potentially … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

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

Reports of Ghana Players Revolting Against Coach Are Denied By FA

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Following Ghana’s underwhelming performance in Monday’s 2-1 loss to the United States, reports from popular Ghanaian radio station Joy FM are that the Black Stars have revolted against manager Kwesi Appiah. Fans, reporters and allegedly players are upset with Appiah’s … Continue reading

From A Different Perspective: What A Victory Would Mean For Ghana Against the United States

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

After months of hype, the day is finally here. Ghana will face the U.S. in one of the World Cup’s most highly anticipated matches. For Ghanaians, this game means more than facing the Americans for the third straight time in … Continue reading

How To Watch World Cup 2014 Games At Work

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Millions around the world will struggle with the fact that while they’re at work, the World Cup will be going on and they won’t have an opportunity to watch the matches live — especially if you live on the west … Continue reading

FIFPro Criticizes Manaus’s Poor Field Conditions For England-Italy and USA-Portugal Games

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Among the many controversies of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, one of the biggest is the decision to play games in the remote Amazon city of Manaus. The first match to be played in in the arena will be England vs. … Continue reading

WATCH Protests In Brazil Turn Violent As Police Shoot Tear Gas [VIDEO]

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Police in Sao Paulo fired off tear gas to break up a small group of protesters walking to Corinthians Stadium where the opening ceremony will occur in a few hours. While the most of the globe is concerned about the World … Continue reading

Where to Watch the World Cup Opening Ceremony On US TV And What to Expect

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

One of the rituals of a World Cup experience is watching the opening ceremony, which is sometimes a long and drawn-out affair, but with the games being held in Brazil, hopefully we can expect some excitement. Here’s where you can … Continue reading

Predictions And Betting Advice For The World Cup

Posted on by Mike Greenbaum
World Cup Bracket

After last month’s correct prediction that Real Madrid would win the UEFA Champions League final in extra time after a 1-1 draw in regulation, it’s now time to offer my World Cup advice. I’ve reviewed the betting odds for the World … Continue reading

FOX Sports 1 Announces World Cup Coverage Plans

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Even though FOX Sports does not have the rights to show World Cup matches this summer, the sports network will still be down in Brazil providing analysis and commentary during the tournament. Last week, the channel detailed how FOX Sports … Continue reading

ESPN Deportes Announce More Details Regarding World Cup Coverage Plans

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

From June 12-July 13, ESPN Deportes’ coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be available via television, radio, mobile and online. The network has an impressive lineup of more than 30 former players and journalists that will provide commentary … Continue reading

Update: World Cup TV Schedule For Australia

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

For soccer fans in Australia, the TV and Internet schedule for World Cup 2014 has been announced. Every match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be live and exclusive on SBS with over 700 hours of coverage dedicated to the world’s … Continue reading

Univision To Air Eight International Friendlies Before World Cup

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi

Univision has released plans to air eight international friendlies between now and the World Cup kick-off as teams embark on their final preparations before the tournament begins in Brazil. The matches will be from all over the world and will … Continue reading

Can Spain Solidify Its Place As The Greatest International Side Ever?

Posted on by Lawrence Dockery

Until they won the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, Spain had always been considered underachievers on the world’s biggest stage. One Honduran fan even had a sign that read “Honduras: As many World Cups as Spain.” Since then, La … Continue reading