World Cup 2014 Brazil

Antonio Conte Appointed as New Italy Coach
Despite previous rumors stating that he is not keen in accepting the role, former Juventus' head coach, Antonio Conte has now been appointed as new Italy national team tactician. That news has been confirmed by Italian Football Federation (FIGC) that is offering Conte a two years deal which will reportedly see the tactician receiving 2 million Euros per year.
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Ribery Retiring from France National Team
France national team, Didier Deschamps is set to work hard in getting more quality youngster into his setup for upcoming Euro 2016 after one of his star players, Franck Ribery, has decided to retire from Les Blues.
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Interesting Numbers from World Cup 2014
The World Cup 2014 maybe over, but there's still some excitement felt for football fans who closely followed that tournament as its filled with many interesting stuff that can be described in numbers.
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Miroslav Klose Announced Retirement from German National Side
Following their success in winning World Cup 2014, another German senior players have decided to end their international career as after Philipp Lahm, this time it's Miroslav Klose's turn to call it off.
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Barcelona Striker, Suarez Working to Reduce His Ban
Controversial Uruguayan international, Luis Suarez, continuing his attempt for getting a reduction on his long FIFA ban by submitting his plea to Court of Abirtration for Sport on Friday.
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Valencia Joyful With West Ham Move
Ecuador international striker, Enner Valencia made his move to English Premier League side, West Ham United and he is delighted with his current opportunity in playing at one of the best league in the world.
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Xavi Retiring from Spain National Team
Spanish national team's failure in World Cup 2014 apparently become an unpleasant parting gift for one of their heroes, Xavi Hernandez, as the midfielder officially announced his retirement from international football.
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Barcelona Star, Neymar Shares Injury Update
Still taking some rest from his World Cup 2014 campaign, Barcelona star, Neymar shared a positive news for his fans as the young striker revealed that he is recovering well from the back injury he suffered during that tournament.
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Sabella Confirmed Quitting Argentina National Team
The decision rregarding Alejandro Sabella's future with that has been delayed for a while has finally been cleared as he decided to quit his position as Argentina head coach. It was far from a surprise since the veteran tactician already considering that decision just before Albiceleste's World Cup final meeting against Germany earlier this month.
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James Rodriguez Not Afraid of Pressure at Madrid
Arriving to Real Madrid as one of the highest valued footballers, James Rodriguez acknowledge that there's a lot of pressure being put on his shoulder, but apparently that doesn't scares him.
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Dunga Returns as Brazil Coach to Offer Hard Working Team
Like many media have been predicting, Dunga finally being re-appointed as Brazil head coach in place of Luiz Felipe Scolari and on his press conference, the 50-year-old isn't keen on promising anything beside hard work.
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Steven Gerrard Explained Retirement Decision
Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard spoke about his decision to retire from international football to the media revealing that it's something that he has discussed with his family and close relatives.
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Gerrard Bids Farewell to England Duty
After a disappointing World Cup 2014 campaign, Liverpool skipper, Steven Gerrard finally decided to quit his service for England national side after 14 years of  tasting international football.
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Sabella Still Reevaluating Future With Argentina
Argentina national team head coach, Alejandro Sabella apparently still isn't sure with his future with Argentina national side as there's even a potential that he might continue his reign.
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Lahm Announced Retirement from International Football
Winning the World Cup 2014 seem to be considered as the ultimate glory by Philipp Lahm as Germany's captain on that tournament has decided to end his international career after that success.
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Germany Move Top of FIFA Ranks After World Cup Glory
Germany's success in winning their fourth World Cup title has affected their FIFA rankings as Joachim Low's men are confirmed as the number one team in the world after sitting top of that ranks.
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