World Cup 2014: Fulfilled Wishes
On the outset of the World Cup 2014 Brazil, I wrote a piece “FIFA World Cup 2014: 10 Things I Hope For.” Well here’s looking back on an awesome tournament. Lets see how many of my wish list came true. (Green is wish fulfilled, red is wish not granted.)
A piece of street art in Brazil featuring Robin Van Persie (via @Persie_Official)
Tidbits: Rumours - Khedira to Arsenal, Reus to Liverpool and more
Now the the World Cup is officially over *sniff* the Football World can focus solely on what I like to call “silly season” aka the Transfer Window.
Markovic is one of the many signings Liverpool has made so far (via @premierleague)Here are some of the biggest signings that have already happened:
Post World Cup Depression?
Mats Hummels: “Thank God for A Football Blog!” (image via @UEFAEURO)Are you suffering from what I like to call “Post World Cup Depression?” Well, fear not. Relive the tournament with my most popular World Cup 2014 posts. It should keep your appetite satiated until the new Footy season kicks off. 33 days and counting! Click to to read the full entry. Enjoy!
World Cup 2014 Final: 4 Talking Points from Germany vs Argentina
I’m not going to do a match report, because with a record viewership of over 1 billion people worldwide, I’m assuming you’ve watched the FIFA World Cup 2014 final. We all know the result, we’ve all seen/heard about Mario Gotze’s masterstroke. So instead I’m just going to focus on some talking points that have risen as a result of the game:
I’m still trying to figure out what Thomas Muller is…
World Cup Closing Ceremony: Quick and Painless
World Cup Closing Ceremony (via @WorldCupPosts)
via @FIFAWorldCupIt started with ladies dressed in strange dresses, 32 of them representing the 32 nations of this World Cup, dancing around. It came down to two: Germany and Argentina, they looked oddly like tin men.