Sunday, 22 June 2014
Latest FIFA World Cup news
Shaqiri unhappy with criticism
Switzerland attacking midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri has hit back at criticism over his performances at the FIFA World Cup.
Rio reveals Robben regret
Rio Ferdinand has bemoaned Manchester United's "missed opportunity" in failing to bring Arjen Robben to Old Trafford a decade ago.
Ghana will give it everything, vows Afful
Harrison Afful has pledged that Ghana will aim to match their performance against Germany to try to reach the FIFA World Cup last 16.
Redknapp: Players tried to shirk England duty
Harry Redknapp has claimed that several of his players tried to get out of playing for England Football Team when he was manager of Tottenham Hotspur.
Bresciano unlikely to face Spain
Australia midfielder Mark Bresciano conceded on Saturday that he has probably played the last FIFA World Cup match of his career.
Stuttering Germany raise questions about Low´s selections
Joachim Low's selections could come under scrutiny after Germany were held to a 2-2 draw by #Ghana at the FIFA World Cup.
Kuyt: LVG and RVP to inspire United success
Dutch winger Dirk Kuyt declared good times are returning to Old Trafford with Louis van Gaal to take over at Manchester United.
Belgium want Hazard protection
Belgium urged German referee Felix Brych to protect star winger Eden Hazard when they face Russia at the Maracana on Sunday.
Belgium´s EPL contingent a strength, says Capello
Russia coach Fabio Capello said upcoming FIFA World Cup opponents Belgium are boosted by their Premier League contingent.
Alves: We don´t care who we play
Brazil defender Dani Alves is adamant his team are aiming to finish top of Group A at the FIFA World Cup.
Sissoko no second stringer
France midfielder Moussa Sissoko said he is not simply a standby option to replace Paul Pogba at the FIFA World Cup.
Algeria´s Halilhodzic labels South Korea ´better´
Algeria coach Vahid Halilhodzic declared on Saturday that his team are inferior to their next opponents SouthKorea.
Netherlands ´will go for it´, says Van Persie
Netherlands captain Robin van Persie said they will aim to beat #Chile, despite knowing a draw will see them top their FIFA World Cup group.