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Heading into this summer’s FIFA World Cup, if you had told any given fan that a South American player would dominate the early rounds of the tournament, most people would have assumed you were talking about Brazil’s Neymar or
Congratulations Brazil, you finished top of Group A by beating Croatia and Cameroon and drawing against Mexico. You deserve it, and by finishing first you avoided a tough matchup against one of the best teams in the group stages,
Following Uruguay’s 1-0 victory against Italy in the group stages, that saw the South American side advance to the round of 16, the focus was more on the controversial third entry into the famous Luis Suarez biting series. But
A tie that feels like a loss that feels like heartbreak. It showed that our nation is together in this.
When the groups were announced for this year’s World Cup, Group D was labeled as the group of champions. With previous World Cup winners Italy, England and Uruguay all paired in a group it was figured two of those
After being the bane of the Premier League, with the obvious exception of Liverpool, this past season, Luis Suarez continued his destruction of English defenses Thursday in Brazil. Suarez was forced to sit out Uruguay’s first match, a 3-1
When Los Angeles Galaxy player Landon Donovan was not included on the World Cup roster this year, he was faced with a decision. He could sulk and be depressed, or spew hateful words at the coach that snubbed him. But, he
Insiders Show previews USA vs Ghana World Cup match and discuss how successful will the US be in Brazil?
Even the FIFA World Cup cannot stop the chaos that is the summer transfer window. Thursday, the opening day of the competition, saw one of the higher profile players make a massive move. Spain midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who could
On a day filled with celebration and pageantry, it wasn’t any of the players that made the biggest mark in Sao Paulo. It was a persona in sports fans have become oh so familiar with. The official. On a