Thursday Jul 10
Wall Street Journal
The Best (and Worst) Fans in Brazil
One of the great joys of covering the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is the opportunity to meet soccer fans from 32 different nations.
Everton linked with third Chelsea striker
As we've said before it seems that Roberto Martinez is desperate to land a Chelsea striker this summer.
Everton again linked with Eto'o move
Everton have once again been linked with former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o. The 33-year-old has now been released from Chelsea and both talkSPORT and the Mirror have linked ourselves and Arsenal with the Cameroon International.
The Straits Times
It's a global spectacle,but few winners
It is the only true World Cup in sport, with a qualification process so vast and rigorous that 207 national teams spent more than two years jostling for the 32 slots in Brazil.
Samuel Eto'o: Cameroon flop or legend?
COMMENT By Sammie Frimpong Forget his claims that he would be around to help his country qualify for, and play at, the next World Cup ; Samuel Eto'o's international career is as good as over.
Can the Eagles fly?
Africa will look up to their champions, Super Eagles of Nigeria to fly today and help redeem the failing image of the continent in Brazil.