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3 hrs ago | TSN.ca
FIFA has switched the starting times of seven World Cup matches, including the U.S.-Portugal game on June 22 in the Amazonian jungle city of Manaus.
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7 hrs ago | BleacherReport
With a full complement of midweek Premier League fixtures and the small matter of the 2014 World Cup draw, it's been a busy week in football.
11 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Former World Cup footballer Ray Wilkins believes England's ability to cope defensively in the World Cup in their 'Group of Death' against Italy and Uruguay, depends on one man: John Terry.
Gareth Barry may have served his country with A distinction, yet his 53-cap England career seems destined to be remembered for the World Cup torment he suffered at the hands of Mesut Ozil.
YOU could call it the New Realism. England's cheerleaders have finally accepted their country's limitations as a football power and are no longer making plans beyond the quarter-finals.
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The Liverpool man netted twice against West Ham, and Brendan Rodgers says the striker has been laughing about the draw Luis Suarez, the scourge of the Premier League, now has his sights on Roy Hodgson's side in the World Cup.
As telly events go, these things normally cannot be any more boring. A case of Strictly Come Paint Drying.
But he`s back as good as ever! Former England captain and Chelsea "Captain, Leader, Legend", John Terry, turns 33 today; and ahead of the Stoke City clash at The Britannia Stadium later this afternoon Mourinho has spoken out on how he had to literally rebuild Terry's confidence and self-esteem which was at its lowest ebb upon his return to the club ... (more)
With the World Cup 2014 draw complete, all that's left to do is roll the ball onto the pitch.
Nearly every Englishman on the planet is convinced his country's soccer team is doomed to fail in each World Cup because the soccer gods have it in for them.
Yesterday the papers delivered the news of Nelson Mandela's death. On Saturday, they take stock of his life and his legacy.
FIFA held its final draw for next year's global soccer championship on Friday, and every England-based site in the world was quick to have their live blogs ready.
Of the three, fellow Europeans Italy are unsurprisingly England's most familiar foes, having met 24 times previously, while South American heavyweights Uruguay played the Three Lions on 10 prior occasions.
Playing the opening game of the World Cup against Italy in the Amazon jungle might easily be viewed as case of 'I'm an England celebrity, get me out of here'.
England fans should have a little faith - England's players will be relishing games against big sides and we perform well against the big guns Yet I'd suspect the England players - battle-hardened from Champions League combat against the very best that Planet Football has to offer - would far prefer to be part of the big occasions than on a hiding ... (more)
England, who will enter the 2014 World Cup among the second tier of contenders, now know the path they must take through the group stage.