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Vanquished Brazil struggles to stomach Argentine soccer horde
The Globe and Mail
But one thing is now trying the patience of seen-it-all locals: The wave of boastful, boisterous Argentines arriving for the World Cup soccer final. After Brazil's ignominious elimination by Germany in the semifinal Tuesday in a historic 7-1 rout ...
How Germany rebuilt itself into a world soccer power
German soccer was suffering the same issues that Italian soccer had gone through in the '70s. Italians weren't developing their own players. The big money of Serie A was attracting the best players in the world, which was a wonderful selling point for ...
World Cup: What if everyone dove like a soccer player?
A video asking what would happen if everyone reacted to the slightest brush with other humans the way soccer players do — by taking a dive — has nearly two million hits in less than 48 hours. St. Catharines video production company Fourgrounds is ...
Edmonton politicians square off in soccer showdown
Corbett was one of a handful of local soccer players from the University of Alberta's Soccer I.D. Camp who teamed up and faced off against Edmonton City Councillors and Edmonton and area MLAs Friday afternoon at Centennial Plaza, behind the Stanley A.
The World Agrees: Soccer Matches Should Be Free on TV
Wall Street Journal
Yet after Argentina beat the Netherlands on penalties after the teams were tied 0-0 after 120 minutes in the World Cup semifinals on Wednesday, Kirchner may be reminding the country's soccer-crazed residents that her government enabled them to watch ...
Canadians go Cup crazy — for soccer
TORONTO — Canada has not sent a team to the World Cup in a generation. But that hasn't stopped Canadians from going a little Cup crazy. Canada is known more for shooting pucks than penalty kicks fields a national team that ranks 110th in the world ...
World Cup: Soccer Goes Into Attack Mode
Wall Street Journal
The World Cup final between Argentina and Germany is expected to draw in record views. WSJ sports editor Geoff Foster breaks down the strengths of both teams, and whether this could be the game that hooks Americans on soccer. Photo: Getty.