Thursday, July 10, 2014

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The Chelsea boss was disappointed to see the Brazil great lose his World Cup goalscoring record and says the former Madrid star is the best player of the past two decades

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

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The 29-year-old Brazilian goalkeeper has put pen to paper on a contract that will keep him with the Spanish club for another five years

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The Selecao captain has called on his nation's supporters to put their World Cup semi-final defeat behind them and support the team ahead of the third place play-off

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The World Cup hosts' hopes of winning the tournament on home soil ended with a 7-1 defeat and the 65-year-old says he will discuss his future after the third-place play-off

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As the Gunners finalise a €40m move for the Barcelona star, Arsene Wenger wants a second marquee forward signing and is exploring the possibility of capturing the Brazil schemer

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The Fiorentina forward missed out on inclusion in Joachim Low's squad after an injury-hit season in Serie A but that did not stop him from enjoying the 7-1 rout of the Selecao

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EXCLUSIVE: The Tottenham keeper has offered some advice to Netherlands on how to stop the Argentina captain from exploiting them in Wednesday's World Cup semi-final

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The Argentina icon has slammed the Selecao for failing to turn up for Tuesday's shocking 7-1 semi-final loss in Belo Horizonte, picking Dante and David Luiz out for special scorn

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Goal compares the Selecao's two worst footballing moments, after the World Cup host nation were thrashed 7-1 by Germany in their semi-final on Tuesday

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The former Bayern Munich man was not impressed by the hosts' naive approach and feels the entire team failed under the weight of expectation

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EXCLUSIVE: The former Spain international says people expect more from the Selecao and considered if Luiz Felipe Scolari should be fired

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The flamboyant centre-back had made a major contribution to Brazil's march to the World Cup semi-finals, but all his good work came crashing down in 90 disastrous minutes

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Joachim Low's men were swift and merciless as they swept aside Brazil in their World Cup semi-final for a much-deserved place in the showpiece on Sunday