World Cup 2014

Saturday, July 19, 2014

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The forward has thanked fans for their support following their World Cup final loss to Germany and has set his sights on future international challenges

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The former Germany captain believes the World Cup winner has made the correct decision to quit international football and has backed Bastian Schweinsteiger to take the armband

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The Selecao forward believes that clubs within the World Cup 2014 host nation need to look to European training methods if they want the national team to improve

Friday, July 18, 2014

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La Roja head coach announces that he has no intention of leaving his position despite his side's dismal World Cup showing, promising to stay at the helm for Euro 2016

Thursday, July 17, 2014

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The German suffered concussion as they triumphed over Argentina, leading to his withdrawal in the first half, and official Nicola Rizzoli has explained the extent of the concern

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Germany defeated Argentina in the final at the Maracana and the Arsenal midfielder has used his winnings from the tournament to help 23 sick kids as a "thank you" to Brazil

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The defender believes his compatriot remains the best player in the world and is hopeful defeated World Cup finalists Argentina can win silverware in the near future

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Roy Hodgson's side failed to win a single match at World Cup 2014 and have subsequently tumbled down the Fifa world rankings to their lowest position since 1996

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The 36-year-old striker became the all-time top goalscorer at the World Cup after his goal against Brazil but isn't sure if he has played his final game for the national team

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The former midfielder says it is unacceptable that the Selecao's 7-1 semi-final defeat in the World Cup has been put down to mistakes and feels the country must start from scratch

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The 65-year-old, who coached Switzerland at the tournament in Brazil, feels the German league's reputation was enhanced a great deal by its players performances in the summer

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Many players and plaudits have suggested that the World Cup winners will dominate for years to come, but the team captain is more realistic about their chances

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

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COMMENT: The city which hosted six matches at the World Cup is the home of Brazilian football, thanks to a young man who decided to promote the sport back in the 19th century

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The Three Lions failed to win a game in Brazil, losing to Italy and Uruguay and drawing with Costa Rica, and the former Croatia international has slammed Roy Hodgson's side

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The Hammers are keen to sign the Pachuca striker and have agreed terms with the Ecuadoran but are continuing to negotiate with the Mexican club over a fee for the 25-year-old

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Goal was in Brazil to bring you every minute of all the action of a thrilling World Cup over the last month, as Germany stormed to victory. Relive the memories in the video below!

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Many players went into the tournament in Brazil with a stellar reputation already, but for others it was the perfect opportunity to showcase their talents to a wider audience

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Joachim Low's side returned victorious to the capital after becoming the first European side to win the tournament in South America

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The coach believes that his side will enjoy further success on the international scene following their victory in Brazil, with a triumph at Euro 2016 in France his next goal