Monday 14 July 2014
The Fifa president feels that there may have been more deserving candidates for the World Cup's best player and expresses sympathy with Luis Suarez over his lengthy ban
The likes of Colombia's James Rodriguez became household names, while Thomas Muller, Robin van Persie, David Luiz and more left indelible marks on an incredible summer of football
Saturday 12 July 2014
The Catalan club are confident that the Uruguayan forward's suspension for biting will be changed and pledge to help their new signing "reintegrate into the football world"
Thursday 10 July 2014
The world football governing body has come in for stern criticism from Headway after the Argentina man was allowed to continue despite suffering a blow to the head
The Uruguay striker was suspended for nine games and banned from all football-related activity for four months after biting Giorgio Chiellini and the sanctions have been upheld
Tuesday 8 July 2014
The Uruguay international is facing a court case in Italy after a national union filed a lawsuit for his “assault” of the Juventus defender for which he was banned for four months
Friday 4 July 2014
Are we blessed with a golden age of shot-stoppers? Have conditions in Brazil favoured the men between the posts or is it as simple as poor finishing and fortuitous keeping?
Thursday 3 July 2014
The Fifa president is glad to see the striker has accepted responsibility for his actions and is looking forward to seeing him back on the field at the end of his suspension
COMMENT: This summer's tournament has provided so many standout moments and success stories that it could go down as the greatest of all time
Wednesday 2 July 2014
Eugenio Figueredo confirmed the Liverpool star will miss next year's Copa America but says he is battling to see the suspension reduced after the Uruguayan issued an apology
Tuesday 1 July 2014
With the group stage of this summer's tournament now over, Goal takes a look at what each remaining country must do to reach the Maracana on July 13
Monday 30 June 2014
The Uruguay and Liverpool star has apologised to the Italy defender and vowed never to repeat the incident having been banned from all football-related activity for four months
With the Balkan nation not officially associated with Fifa, a first division team has made a shock offer to secure the services of the forward for the duration of his suspension
The head of the Celeste governing body, Jose Mujica, swore whilst reacting to the four-month suspension for biting Giorgio Chiellini - calling Fifa "sons of bitches"
The hysterical reaction to the forward's four-month ban is understandable, given Pepe's previous misdemeanours were not considered when he was sanctioned
The former Anfield director of football, who was at the club when the striker signed in January 2011, expects Europe's biggest sides to use his bite ban as a bargaining tool
Sunday 29 June 2014
The Paris Saint-Germain forward is optimistic that his national side have enough about them to bounce back from their World Cup elimination
The Chelsea manager believes the length of the suspension is correct but feels the Liverpool striker should still be able to attend matches during his four months out
The Uruguay centre-back believes the striker's ban breaches his human rights and claims that "not even a criminal would receive this penalty"
The forward took his tally for the tournament to five goals, topping the Golden Boot standings, and the coach admitted Colombia's hopes rest on the Monaco man