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World Cup 2014

During the German national team's post-World Cup party, someone damaged the trophy. But no one is saying who did it.
If there’s one thing Rihanna loves, it’s soccer. The Barbadian beauty showed her passion for the sport by partaking in a
There's plenty of reason to celebrate for Germany, after the country's soccer team claimed victory at the 2014 World Cup
So, you didn't make it to Brazil for the World Cup? No worries! The South American nation's beautiful beaches, cosmopolitan cities and natural wonders are worth the trip no matter when you decide to go. Here are a few of the "Brazillion" must-see sights.
If the World Cup has given us anything, it's undeniable proof that soccer players aren't the wimps that critics would like
The lasting image of Brazil's World Cup defeat was a crying child, but the Netherlands may have its own symbol in the form
Don't cry, Argentina: you have made the 2014 World Cup final. And all it took was outlasting the Dutch in what may have been
Anyone who thinks the World Cup is for weaklings need look no further than Argentina's Ezequiel Garay. The defender took
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Just a day after saying that he expected his Brazilian teammates to fulfil his dream of becoming a World Cup champion, injured
Brazilian star Neymar's ambition to play in a World Cup final won't be realized this year, but that doesn't mean his dreams
Argentina's quarter-final match against Belgium wasn't an easy one. Although Gonzalo Higuaín managed to score in the first
"Unlike the Olympics," Nigel Reed, a commentator for CBC Sports, notes, "the World Cup is the only truly, single-sport global event." And that means the pressure's on. Don't feel it? Note that when England lost on penalty kicks against Argentina in the 1998 World Cup, the number of heart attacks in Britain jumped 25 per cent. It's a game, yes, but it's so much more.
In any place where race is tied to wealth, as it is almost everywhere, the stadium will likely look vastly different from the average neighbourhood. Clubs needs to invest in better representing the community in the stadium for their claim to be a true site of integration and inclusion. One way to do this is by changing ticket pricing and distribution.
Anyone who thinks racism is a thing of the past needs to rethink that claim in light of the behaviour during the World Cup
The “beautiful game” sure has its share of cringe-worthy moments. A “venomous” shot from a teammate appeared to have snapped
Follow Us On Twitter Uruguay went on to win the game 1-0, knocking Italy out of the tournament. FIFA officials say an investigation
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