After many of the world’s most iconic footballer’s endured exasperating World Cup campaigns, there are ever growing worries that the hectic European schedule is damaging International football’s pinnacle.
Posts Tagged ‘World Cup 2014’
With a bumpy ride on the horizon the influencial Herve Renards represents the stellar candidate in Ivory Coast’s bid to remain amongst Africa’s elite – by Matt Carter.
It was only a brief smile, a smirk even. It passed across Vicente Del Bosque’s rumpled features as Chile scored the second goal of their stunningly straightforward 2-0 win against his Spanish team, a fleeting glimpse of the emotions raging beneath the coach’s normally stoic visage. In that moment, his thoughts — or at least some of […]
Niall Noonan focuses on Mexico’s football team and their chances at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Josh Bland gives his World Cup 2014 betting tips with the big kick-off looming ever closer.
Jordan Henderson is the last man standing. Of the three expensive – see: overpriced – Englishmen brought in by Kenny Dalglish, gone are Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. Of this North Eastern triumvirate, it is the boy from Sunderland who remains. Many balked at the fee when Liverpool paid £16m – potentially rising to £20m […]
Anmol Ali believes that Italy can win the World Cup.
Willie Gannon looks at one of the favourites to take gold at the Olympics.
The third part of Kevin Doocey’s optimistic look at Irish football.
In the first edition of this three-part series, I outlined four players that should really start in Ireland’s World Cup qualifying campaign