World Cup 2014

Newcastle United

Pardew – This Midfielder Can Become Leader At Newcastle

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Moussa Sissoko had a good World Cup for France in the summer, and he has been a good player and an automatic starter for Newcastle United ever since he arrived on Tyneside from Toulouse in January of 2013. Moussa Sissoko in action on Sunday And Moussa could have been the hero on Sunday, after Remy [.

Newcastle’s World Cup Legend Speaks Out

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We are kidding only a little bit, when we call Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul a World Cup legend, even though he only played a minute or so in normal time for Holland at the World Cup in Brazil, but his penalty shoot-out heroics for Holland against Costa Rica in the quarter finals was big news [...]

Newcastle Make New Bid To Land Alexandre Lacazette

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There are French reports tonight that Newcastle United have put in a new bid for 23 year-old Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette. Alexandre Lacazette Lyon striker open to move toNewcastle Newcastle have been interested in Lacazette for the last six months, and Newcastle certainly need a top striker brought in before the end of August.

Cabella Vows To Give Everything At Newcastle

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24-year-old French International winger Remy Cabella is back on Tyneside, and should play this weekend in the tournament to be held at Schalke 04, when we play Malaga CF on Saturday and then the hosts Schalke 04 on Sunday both games being held at theVeltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany Remy Cabella vows to give [.

Newcastle’s Attempt At Signing Playmaker Could Be In Jeopardy

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There was news over the weekend that Newcastle had moved in to try to sign play-maker Clement Grenier of Lyon, a top young player who has been made available by his French club. Clement Grenier can leave Lyon But there was also news that Arsenal could still fancy Grenier, and could go after the [...]

Did Newcastle Underestimate This Player By Letting Him Leave?

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Two years ago Alan Pardew had a good look at Fraser Forster during our pre-season games, before sanctioning a £2M move to Celtic, where he had been on loan the previous season and had played very well. Fraser Forster now worth £9M? In the two years since Fraser signed on at the Scottish powerhouse [.

Cabella And World Cup Stars Return To Newcastle

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Remy Cabella and Daryl Janmaat are expected to be joining up with their new Newcastle colleagues this week, after having a couple of weeks off after signing on at Newcastle, and they will both be taking part in the two games in Gelsenkirchen, Germany this coming weekend. Remy Cabella - under the Tyne Bridge Remy [.

Australian Manager Apologizes To Newcastle United

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When Australian manager Ange Postecoglou announced his squad for the World Cup, it did not include Newcastle's 21 year-old center-back Curtis Good, who had not recovered from a hip injury he had pickedup on March 4th, when he made his debut for Australia against Ecuador, and had a really good game according to the manager.

Janmaat Talks About Newcastle Future And European Football

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Although Newcastle will not come out and say it officially, we are pretty sure the stretch goal for next season is a top six finish, much like we accomplished two years ago, when in the preceding summer we brought in players like Yohan Cabaye, Demba Ba and Davide Santon. Daryl Janmaat European football a [.

Newcastle Miss Out On Another Striker Target

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Newcastle seem to be having trouble in bringing in some top strikers this summer and even though that was our number one priority this summer we still haven't brought in one striker yet to replace the three who left us for different reasons in the summer Loic Remy, Luuk de Jong and [...]

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Premier League 2014/15: Four ways the World Cup will change the league completely

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Premier League 2014/15: Four ways the World Cup will change the league completely is a post from: Just Football

In 2010, Spain passed their way to a World Cup victory – defeating the Netherlands 1-0 after extra time. For many in the footballing community, the result signalled the birth of a new tactical era, establishing possession as the primary currency of the sport.

Tony Meola Discusses USMNT, World Cup and MLS All-Star Game

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In April, World Soccer Talk interviewed U.S. Soccer Hall of Famer Tony Meola about his career and some of his thoughts on the U.S. Men's National Team's chances heading into the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

This week we spoke with Tony again, and he reflected on the USMNT's performances, as well as what it means for MLS and the MLS All-Star Game.

FIFA Generated $2 Billion Profit From 2014 World Cup In Brazil, Says Report

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From the 2014 FIFA World Cup, FIFA generated $4.4 billion in revenue and $2 billion profit, which are record numbers for the world soccer's governing body, according to a report by German business newspaper Handelsblatt.

The revenue figure of $4.4 billion is an increase from the $4 billion generated from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, whilst the profit remains at $2 billion, the same figure from four years ago.

The Post-Mortem: World Cup 2014 – Colombia

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The Post-Mortem concludes now on Just Football on a positive note. We've looked at the failures and flops, now what about one of the best? After a dazzling World Cup what does the future hold for Colombia, and is this the start of a new golden era?

The Worst Brazil Squad Ever: Assessing the 2014 World Cup Squad And Looking To The Future

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In my opinion, the squad that Luis Felipe Scolari chose to representBrazilat their own World Cup was the worstBrazilsquad ever assembled. What was supposed to be a sixth World Cup championship on home soil ended in utter humiliation and exposed an assortment of flaws and frailties. Here, I'll take a look at those who made it, and those who will hopefully be called up in future.

Colombia’s James Rodriguez Volley Against Uruguay Voted Goal Of World Cup 2014

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James Rodriguez strike against Uruguay has been voted Goal of the Tournament by over four million FIFA.com users, beating out Robin van Persie's header and Tim Cahill's volley for the top honor in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Twenty-eight minutes into their Round of 16 match, Colombian midfielder Abel Aguilar looped a header towards Rodriguez, whose back was to the goal, and with just two touches the 23-year-old blasted a strike past Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera.

The Post-Mortem: World Cup 2014 – England

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The Post-Mortem is a series on Just Football looking at a selection of (predominantly) non-performing teams at World Cup 2014 and analysing the future. What went wrong? Who's to blame?

The Post-Mortem: World Cup 2014 – Spain

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The Post-Mortem is a series on Just Football looking at a selection of (predominantly) non-performing teams at World Cup 2014 and analysing the future. What went wrong? Who's to blame?

The Post-Mortem: World Cup 2014 – Brazil

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The Post-Mortem is a series on Just Football looking at a selection of (predominantly) non-performing teams at World Cup 2014 and analysing the future. What went wrong? Who's to blame?

Best of 2014 World Cup In Brazil: Games, Goals, Underdogs and More

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The people who don't steadfastly admit that the 2014 World Cup in Brazil has been the best ever edition of the great tournament will at least grant this: It's the best World Cup in "recent memory."

Or, in other words, this may not be the best World Cup ever but I can't remember a better one.

Crests For 32 World Cup Teams Ranked From Best to Worst

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Germany may have triumphed on the pitch, but today we're concerned with crowning the champion of a more esoteric field. Which World Cup country wore the best crest? The criteria for ranking each nation's badge of honor is the quality of graphic design, uniqueness, suitability for sport, its rendering on the shirt, and how well it conveys an aspect of national identity.

The Post-Mortem: World Cup 2014 – Portugal

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The Post-Mortem is a series on Just Football looking at a selection of predominantly non-performing teams at World Cup 2014 and analysing the future. What went wrong? Who's to blame?

Germany Has Euro 2016 and World Cup 2018 In Its Sights

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It's been a few days now since Germany deservedly won their fourth World Cup title. The team is back in Germany, was celebrated live by over 500,000 fans in Berlin and is now off on vacation. So now that we've all calmed down a bit (it might take me a bit longer), it's time to reflect on this accomplishment, how the national team got to this point and what it all really means.

11 Best GIFs of the 2014 FIFA World Cup

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The 2014 World Cup in Brazil was something special, not just in the amount of goals that were scored, but the quality of soccer from almost every one of the 32 teams. To make sure we don't forget any of the memorable moments, We assembled several of our favorite GIFS from the World Cup below.

One of the most sensational goals scored in the World Cup was from Robin van Persie, who scored from an amazing header.

Why Gary Neville Is Correct That England Should Not Copy Germany’s Model

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup is over. A sad state of affairs for England, yes, but now that we're officially in post-tournament mode there is still loads to talk about. Most of it will center around how one country got things right while the other 31 still have much work to do, or how the competition is going to impact the sport in years to come.

SBI 2014 World Cup Diary: Entry 6

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Photo by Steven Limentani/ISIphotos.com

By FRANCO PANIZO

BRASILIA, Brazil All good things must come to an end. Unfortunately.

No, I didn't make it all the way though until the end of the World Cup like Ives but I did spend a few more days in beautiful Brazil following the U.

SBI’s 2014 World Cup Best XI

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The 2014 World Cup might now be a thing of the past, but there were more than enough impressive performances throughout the tournament to keep fans talking for a while.

From Manuel Neuer's strong showings in goal for Germany to Arjen Robben's electric outings for the Netherlands to James Rodriguez's attention-grabbing games for Colombia, the recently-concluded World Cup had no shortage of stellar play from individuals looking to make an impact on soccer's grandest stage.

Good Player Guide #26 – Charles Aranguiz

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by Blair Newman

Charles Aranguiz
(Internacional / Chile)

Twitter: charanguiz20

In a Chile team made up of extremely noticeable players; from Gary "Pitbull" Medel and Arturo "Warrior" Vidal through to Arsenal's new livewire Alexis Sanchez, the diligent contribution of Charles Aranguiz at this summer's World Cup could easily be brushed over.

WATCH World Cup 2014 Closing Montages From ESPN, BBC, ITV, CBC and RTE [VIDEO]

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After the final whistle was blown and Germany was declared World Cup Champions, the major sports networks started to wrap up their coverage of the 2014 World Cup, and many of them closed their broadcasts with a montage of some of the special moments of the World Cup tournament.

The amount of attention to the World Cup in Brazil was unprecedented due to the large role social media played, where records for the most tweets per minute were broken during the final the game that also was most talked about event on Facebook ever.

Brazil

Brazil’s ill-fated World Cup manager back in work… in Brazil!

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Brazil's ill-fated World Cup manager back in work... in Brazil! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Luiz Felipe Scolari isn't the most popular man in Brazil right now, held accountable by a section of the nationalfans for the biggest demoralization of their national team in history. You surely don't need to bereminded of the game in question; a7-1 mauling by Germany, in their own World Cup.

Top ten best things of the World Cup

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I guess after getting annoyed and writing a negative post on the bad things of the World Cup yesterday, I should write one of the best things of the World Cup, in my personal view. 10. Seeing friends and family during this World Cup: For me this World Cup was an excuse to travel and enjoy with friends and family, and I did so shamelessly.

Top ten worst things of the World Cup

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I am back to my dull and boring life. Without anything useful to do besides changing a flat tire on my car, I have reflected on the top ten worst things of this world cup. There was a lot of shit to consider, from the social problems in Brazil that perhaps became more prominent during the World Cup. But more directly related to the tournament these are the ten worst (and believe me, it was not

Eyes On Rio – The Final

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The Soccer Yanks have teamed up withAcross the Pond(@atpradio) to form Eyes On Rio; a collaborative effort to analyze, preview and showcase the return of the greatest sporting spectacle The 2014 World Cup.This is it, the last Eyes On Rio, putting a bow on Brazil.

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United States Men's National Team

Must-See Video: Chronicling the USMNT’s return from Brazil

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USMNT falls two spots to No. 15 in latest FIFA Rankings

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By DAN KARELL

The U.S. Men's National Team exceeded expectations at the World Cup by getting out of the "Group of Death," but their finish in the Round of 16 didn't do them any favors in the latest FIFA Rankings.

FIFA dropped their first rankings since the end of the World Cup and the U.

USMNT wins 2014 ESPY for “Best Moment”

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USMNT Roundtable: Good Enough?

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It was good, but was it good enough? (theclassical.org)

Done. Dusted. On to the next one. But before we start looking ahead, let's have one last thinkabout USMNT in Brazil...

USMNT's 2014 Word Cup is in the books, and the books say the team finished 15th out of 32.

The Rest

The SBI Show: Episode 153 (Talking MLS, Gedion Zelalem, and more)

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By IVES GALARCEP

After a three-week layoff, the SBI Show is back, and we have plenty to discuss in the first show after the 2014 World Cup.

Episode 153 of The SBI Show touches on a wide array of topics, from the World Cup, to the recent blockbuster signings in MLS, to the latest on Gedion Zelalem and Freddy Adu.

Messi Will Most Likely Never Be The Best Ever And That’s Okay

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Following Sunday's World Cup final loss to Germany, albeit in extra time, Lionel Messi's legacy took a sharp hit. If he never wins the game's most prestigious trophy, Messi will never be considered the greatest soccer player ever, and that's okay because he is already an iconic figure in the sport with a lot more to contribute.

Tuesday Kickoff: German squad given heroes welcome; Ribery returns to training; and more

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By DAN KARELL

The World Cup champions arrived home this morning to a heroes welcome in Berlin.

Hundreds of thousands of Germans lined the streets to witness the squad hoisting the World Cup trophy aloft, as Germany celebrates their fourth World Cup title. After landing at Berlin's Tegel airport, the squad and support staff boarded a double-decker bus to ride through the streets of Berlin towards the Brandenberg Gate.