Saturday, July 12, 2014

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WINDOW WATCH: Goal's weekly column looks at how Brendan Rodgers can go about suitably replacing the Uruguayan and the ongoing rivalry between the Reds and Arsenal

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The Barcelona forward is constantly compared to his compatriot and now has the opportunity to match him by winning the greatest prize of all

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The Albiceleste were carried through the group stage by their captain, but Angel Di Maria, Gonzalo Higuain, Javier Mascherano and Sergio Romero have all since played their part

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Joachim Low's men may have struggled against allegedly inferior opposition but they comfortably saw off Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. before later humiliating the host nation

Friday, July 11, 2014

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For better or worse, there is no-one quite like the Uruguayan and Barcelona's gain is Liverpool and English football's loss as the striker completes an €88 million move to Camp Nou

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ANALYSIS: The Blaugrana will unleash arguably the most talented all-South American front three since Brazil lined up with Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho - but will it work?

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COMMENT: Gunners fans arrived in their hundreds to check out the excitement as word spread of the incredible light show and in-shop surprises in London on Thursday night

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The Super Eagles may have reached the last sixteen, but there is a lingering sentiment that they didn't realise their potential at the World Cup

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ANALYSIS: The Gunners announced the capture of the Chilean on Thursday and will hope that he can transform a front line that was too often blunt and one-paced last season

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The Germany international is set to complete his transfer from the Allianz Arena to the Santiago Bernabeu. But are Madrid getting the real deal?

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The Manchester City defender has been superb for his country during their run to Sunday's World Cup final against Germany at the Maracana

Thursday, July 10, 2014

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Some of the biggest names in football have donned the iconic jersey over the years, and now the Dutch coach will be looking to find the next star capable of handling the pressure

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Die Mannschaft have qualified for the World Cup final, where they will face Argentina, but nothing can take the attention away from Brazil's horrific capitulation

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The Example of Algeria and their starring role in Brazil only highlights the Super Eagles' World Cup failings

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The 24-year-old has been the hero for Joachim Low's side during the World Cup and has the chance to win his second Golden Boot if he scores in the final against Argentina on Sunday