There is still plenty to digest from this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures, with Jose Mourinho in particular feeling the heat.
South Africa are welcomed back by FIFA, United lose Pogba to Juventus and Germany and Spain triumph in World Cup quarter-finals.
Lukas Podolski beats Cristiano Ronaldo to Player of the Tournament award, Spurs pay price for costly Brazilian and a former Chelsea full-back drops down a division.
Mark Viduka makes the move from Leeds, Miroslav Klose creates history and Brazil suffer one of the biggest World Cup embarrassments ever.
A young Dwight Yorke shines in the Caribbean Cup, Argentina make their fifth World Cup final, Japan ladies triumph, Italy claim their fourth World Cup and
Transfer season is that magical time of the year when ridiculous amounts of money change hands to make teams bigger, better, faster and stronger, and Football411 looks back fondly on the best transfers of the past week.
The arrival of Tendai Ndoro has been heralded as the marquee signing needed to propel Pirates forward, and this can be aided by complementing Kermit Erasmus.
The Nigerian national football team gets banned by its President, Germany win a major tournament on English soil and Jens Lehmann saves the day.
Manchester United sign David De Gea, Luis Suarez agrees to leave Liverpool for Barcelona, and Spain and Brazil are continental kings.
Arsenal bolster their striking department with French international, England are knocked out (again) and Juventus sign Manchester City man.
An Arsenal legend leaves for Barca, Reds sign Senegalese striker, Messi takes the World Cup by storm while Ballack breaks South Korean hearts.
With both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates recently strengthening their options with new signings, Football411 looks at which club came out with the better deals.
Luis Suarez is at the centre of controversy, England fail to advance in numerous competitions, and there is scandal amidst a heated fixture in South America.
Football411 caught up with Banyana Banyana captain Janine van Wyk, who sheds some light on women's football in South Africa, as well as her struggle to make it to the top
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