The Sports Interruption

The Sports Interruption: Good and Evil of the World Cup

In this episode of The Sports Interruption, Sports Talk Florida Editor Amanda Borges and Insider Jenna Laine talk about the good that surrounds the World Cup, and the evil that comes from the games. There are many headlines circulating

Nigeria

Bomb Kills Several at World Cup Viewing Site in Nigeria

An explosion at an illegal World Cup viewing site in northeast Nigeria killed at least 14 people while security forces arrested a “terror kingpin” among nearly 500 people detained as suspected terrorists in the southeast of the country, police

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Poll: Who Will Win the World Cup?

Fans all over the world have been glued to their TVs to watch their country compete in the World Cup. The tournament has been very competitive so far, but do you have a prediction of who will win it all?

Chinese Soccer

Soccer Fan Dies From Lack of Sleep, Watching World Cup

If you’ve stayed up late this week to watch the World Cup, you’re not the only one. But, one Chinese soccer fan has taken his love for the sport to another level and it cost him his life. According

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Brazil Get’s Confident, Sells “We Want Bama” Shirts

Brazil is getting pretty confident about their team. They may be facing other countries in the World Cup, but they also want a shot to face another top team. According to this fan’s tweet, they are now selling shirts

USA Soccer

It’s Unrealistic To Expect U.S. World Cup Title

SAO PAULO (AP) — Jurgen Klinsmann maintains the United States shouldn’t be expected to win the World Cup, even if that stance is upsetting to some fans back home. “If it’s now American or not American, I don’t know.

David Villa

New York City FC Signs First Player

The New York City FC squad has officially announced the signing of their first player. According to Fox Sports, Spain international player David Villa has agreed to a three-year deal. The new Major League Soccer club is jointly owned by Manchester City and

Malcolm Glazer

Manchester United Unfazed by Glazer’s Death

The death of Manchester United and Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ owner Malcolm Glazer is still fresh in our minds. NFL and soccer fans have paid their respect to him after his death was announced Wednesday. But not all fans are

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Uruguay’s Luis Suarez Tells Teammate He’s a Fit for World Cup

LONDON (AP) — England defender Glen Johnson has bad news for his country: his Liverpool teammate and Uruguay striker Luis Suarez has told him he expects to be fit for their World Cup match. Suarez is doubtful for the

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FIFA President to Arrive in Brazil for World Cup

GENEVA (AP) – The two sides of being FIFA President Sepp Blatter are on display just before the troubled World Cup kicks off on June 12. Acclaimed by world soccer leaders but held in contempt by many soccer fans.