Tuttosport report this evening that there will be a “Manchester derby” for the services of Chilean World Cup star Arturo Vidal, which is probably the last thing Manchester United fans want to hear! The Turin-based newspaper are fairly reliable when it comes to news about Juventus but there is a chance they claim Manchester City
Germany are into the World Cup final against Argentina. We take a look at the key moments on their way to the Maracana.
Arsenal fans are not happy! Liverpool supporters meanwhile now have a reason to laugh at Gooners after a tough few days. To recap, Arsenal and Liverpool have been at loggerheads ever since Arsene Wenger tried to buy Luis Suarez last summer
Löw points to Gündogan, Reus and other young players Germany coach says Argentina much more than Lionel Messi Continue reading… …
As the pressure grew four years ago ahead of Argentina’s World Cup quarter-final tie against Germany in Cape Town, Martin Demichelis appraised the performance of England’s defence, on the wrong end of a 4-1 defeat to the Germans in the previous round. “Look at the way John Terry played against Germany,” he said, “if I was Terry I wouldn’t be able to go back to my country.”
Joey Barton has called new Arsenal signing Alexis Sanchez ‘incredibly inconsistent’ on Twitter. The QPR midfielder was saying how he wasn’t being swept away by the hype and excitement created by Sanchez coming to Arsenal. He said: ‘Am I the only one not overly wetting my pants over Arsenal signing Sanchez?
Aint nobody got time for silly questions like these, as the new Saints striker gets increasingly irate with Dutch reporter
Argentinas perfect 10 has the world at his feet, although head and heart will be tested by the pressure of expectationBack in Buenos Aires, a video has surfaced over the …
If you want to know what Brazil thinks of Argentina you only need to switch on the television here. One World Cup beer advert has Brazilians using a crane to lift a house full of partying Argentinian fans on to a ship to send them back home, and then threatening to fire a straggler home by cannon. In another slot, Romario buys a pair of Havaiana flip-flops
Brazil: César – Maicon, Silva, Luiz, Maxwell – Gustavo, Paulinho – Ramires, Oscar, Willian – Jô. Holland: Cillessen; Kuyt, De Vrij, Vlaar, Martins Indi, Blind; Clasie, Wijnaldum, Sneijder; Robben, Van Persie.
Records tumbled when Germany destroyed Brazil 7-1 in the World Cup semi-final but former striker Ronaldo will have been watching with an anxiety unlike that of his fellow countrymen. Although it must have pained Ronaldo to see his country so badly beaten there was personal torment added to his cocktail of misery as his World
Brazil take on Holland and hope to restore pride after lossScott Murray on an unloved match that can stir the soulEmail firstname.lastname@example.org with yo’ ideasOr get in touch …
Newcastle United will surely be looking to reinforce his squad in the summer and what better way to scout his targets than by watching the World Cup. With Group H being the target, there are choices from Algeria, Belgium, South Korea, and Russia. There are already a few players who have already made a name […]
The team is now travelling for the Netherlands and there's a new player on the squad: @adrian7oficial! Welcome! pic.twitter.com/HLr6cU6smk — FC Porto (@FC_Porto) July 12, 2014 Porto have placed an extraordinary €60 million buy-out clause in the contract of new signing Adrian after forking out €11m for the attacker.
Chelsea are plotting a move to beat Arsenal to the signature of German World Cup finalist Sami Khedira