World Cup 2014

Ribery over World Cup woe

Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery insists he is over his World Cup woe and is focussed on doing his best for his club.

Low committed to Germany job

Joachim Low has confirmed he will stay on as Germany coach following a successful World Cup campaign in Brazil.

Dunga returns to Brazil helm

Dunga has been named as Luiz Felipe Scolari's successor just two weeks after a disappointing conclusion to Brazil's World Cup campaign.

Robson backing for Rooney

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson believes Wayne Rooney should be England's new captain following Steven Gerrard's retirement from international football.

Echiejile targets Russia 2018

Elderson Echiejile was devastated to miss out on the World Cup, but is determined to avoid the same heartache in 2018.

Ronaldo focused on success

Cristiano Ronaldo has refused to let Portugal's failed 2014 World Cup campaign distract him from a new season with Real Madrid.

FIFA delay corruption report

FIFA have confirmed that investigator Michael Garcia's report into alleged World Cup bidding corruption has been delayed.

Neymar: Brazil falling behind

Brazil superstar Neymar admits the team has "slipped behind" the likes of Germany and Spain in the international pecking.

Zuniga still under threat

Colombia defender Juan Zuniga's father has revealed that he is still receiving death threats for the tackle that ended Neymar's World Cup.

Gerrard hangs up England boots

England captain Steven Gerrard has officially announced his retirement from international football to focus on his Liverpool career.

Boateng hopes Low stays on

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has given Joachim Low his full backing to continue as head coach of the German national team.

Prandelli calls for paradigm shift

Cesare Prandelli insists that there needs to be a change in philosophy if the national team is to achieve success on the global stage.

Omeruo explains Boro return

Nigeria international Kenneth Omeruo has explained his decision to return to Championship side Middlesbrough instead of joining an EPL team.

FIFA clear NFF for business

FIFA have confirmed the reinstatement of the Aminu Maigari-led Nigeria Football Federation board as manager of the affairs of Nigerian football.

Kroos: Real a cut above

New Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos admits that the Spanish giants are 'a cut above' his former club Bayern Munich.

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