Saturday night was another terrible night for Brazilian football. The World Cup hosts finished off their participation in the competition losing 3-0 to Holland in the third placed playoff, leaving the Selecao with back-to-back defeats after having lost 7-1 to Germany in the semifinal. With the local press now calling for Luiz Felipe Scolari’s head, the
Apres Match, the football centric comedy show on Irish TV, had a superb sketch on Saturday night after the Dutch beat Brazil 3-0 in the third-placed playoff at the World Cup. Simultaneously ripping into the RTE pundits whilst making fun of the analysis graphics which fans are often fed, the Apres Match clip was a complete hit.
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Former Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe had another excellent weekend in the MLS. Defoe scored the final two goals for Toronto FC in a 4-2 win over the Houston Dynamo, whilst the former Spurs man also claimed two assists in the match after the visitors raced into a two goal lead. Defoe set up goals for Jonathan Osorio
Having finished his work as a pundit for the BBC at the World Cup, Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has got back to his day job as the star striker for the New York Red Bull son Saturday. The Red Bulls claimed a comprehensive 4-1 win over the Columbus Crew overnight, and Henry was the star man for the
Credit to Sport Witness for flagging up this story. Noise keeps building louder that Manchester United will try to sign Chilean midfield star Arturo Vidal from Juventus before the new season starts, however according to Chilean paper El Mercurio, the Red Devils are being cautious before lodging a bid. Vidal has long standing knee problems, and it’s
David Beckham says underdogs were the stars of the 2014 World Cup. Beckham says Costa Rica, Colombia, and the United States were all highlights of this year’s tournament, singling out the USA as a side that should have progressed further. Beckham also thinks Holland manager Louis van Gaal has the mentality needed to lead at Manchester United Continue reading…