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World Cup 2014 : Willian might link up with fellow blue oscar
Brazil's training base, up in the hills 90 minutes' drive from Rio de Janeiro, is in Teresopolis, where one of the country's worst national disasters, a landslide that buried hundreds, took place three years ago.
World Cup 2014 : Luiz has new role to play - captain against Germany
Frizzy locks flailing and eyes bulging, David Luiz charged towards the corner flag and karate-kicked it after sending Brazil into the World Cup semi-finals with a stunning free kick against Colombia.
World Cup 2014 : Old enemies take on new tactics as final beckons
As Brazil and Germany prepare to do battle in their World Cup semi-final, old stereotypes of both countries' football philosophies are being rewritten.
World Cup 2014 : Germany defends Oezil's Cup role
Germany's coaching staff have fended off criticism of Mesut Oezil and said they are more than satisfied with the way he has adapted to his new role in the team.
World Cup 2014 : Ref must tackle rough play
Marco Rodriguez, the referee who missed Luis Suarez's bite on Giorgio Chiellini in the group stage, has the task of keeping order in Belo Horizonte for today's game.
World Cup 2014 : Aguero back to partner Messi
Sergio Aguero has been declared fully fit for duty by Argentina's team doctor, and the striker is likely to slot straight into the starting line-up for their World Cup semi-final clash against the Netherlands.
World Cup 2014 : No way Neymar can heal in time for final: Team doctor
Brazil's team doctor Jose Luiz Runco has quashed speculation in the Brazil media that Neymar could make a miraculous return to action if the team make the World Cup final.
World Cup 2014 : Heroes' welcome for Colombia's squad
Tens of thousands of people gathered in the streets of Bogota to get a glimpse of their heroes as Colombia's World Cup squad arrived home on Sunday after their historic run to the quarter-finals.
Tennis : Djokovic banishes major fear
Novak Djokovic admitted he feared he would never bag another Grand Slam, but with a second Wimbledon title wrapped up, the new world No. 1 is now planning on catching Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Madrid legend di Stefano, dies at 88
Real Madrid legend Alfredo di Stefano, one of the greatest footballers in history, died in a Madrid hospital yesterday aged 88, the Spanish football federation announced.
Marvel at superheroes on live tour
In its latest superhero caper, Marvel will expand its comic empire to live audiences in the United States this summer with a tour packing Spider-Man, Thor, Iron Man and two dozen characters into a family-oriented show filled with fight scenes and explosions.
Seinfeld fans have a ball
Players took batting practice in puffy pirate shirts. A fan reeled in a slice of marble rye bread with a fishing rod from the suite level. George Costanza announced the third inning.
Pink Floyd to release new album
British rock band Pink Floyd will be releasing their first album in 20 years in October.
Two unknowns join Star Wars
The BBC reported that two young unknown actors have been cast in lead roles in Star Wars: Episode VII following open auditions last November in the United States and Britain.
Tammy flops at box office
It opened against very light competition, and over the Fourth of July holiday weekend no less. Warner Bros pumped it with marketing support. Its star, Melissa McCarthy, aggressively trotted the publicity circuit. And yet, Tammy arrived on tiptoe.
Amy Poehler's brother has own TV show
Americans would be forgiven for never having heard of Greg Poehler. After all, this legal eagle turned stand-up comedian has been sequestered for the last eight years in that sunlightchallenged, design-superior netherland known as Sweden.
Watching a boy grow up
Twenty years ago, Ethan Hawke, sporting a ratty red turtleneck and a scraggly goatee, first worked with Richard Linklater on the set of Before Sunrise, playing an impulsive romantic who makes a bold pass at a stranger on a train.
Levine plays singer for reel
Wearing long sleeves in the boiling heat of New York City last summer, Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine started to think that maybe his full-body tattoos were not such a great idea.
Jessica Simpson weds
Singer- actress Jessica Simpson married former National Football League player Eric Johnson in southern California last Saturday, People magazine reported.
Transformers set to usurp Avatar in China
Age Of Extinction is set to dethrone Avatar as the highest grossing movie ever to be shown in China after it crossed the 1 billion yuan (S$200 million) mark in box office takings last Thursday, Chinese reports said.
World Cup 2014 : Hitzfeld leaves Swiss with heads up
Stephan Lichtsteiner took the blame for Switzerland's defeat by Argentina - the final match of manager Ottmar Hitzfeld's stellar career.
World Cup 2014 : Goalies who earn their keep with great saves
Lionel Messi, Neymar and Robin van Persie make the headlines but the World Cup has other heroes - goalkeepers - who throw themselves into the line of fire.
World Cup 2014 : Howard heroics help sway US fans
It felt as if Tim Howard would never let the ball past him. He saved with his hands. His feet. His knees. At one point, he even had a shot bounce off the crest over his heart.
World Cup 2014 : Belgium can deal with Messi
No sooner had his side sent the United States packing than Belgium coach Marc Wilmots revealed that he already has a plan to stop Argentina and their star Lionel Messi in the quarter-finals.
World Cup 2014 : Brazil should go extra mile in training: pundits
Brazil's ability to cope with the physical demands and weight of expectations of lifting their first World Cup on home soil have come into sharper focus amid criticism from their national media that they are not training hard enough.
World Cup 2014 : Sanchez ready for shift in engine room
Colombia midfielder Carlos Sanchez was embroiled in a relegation scrap with La Liga club Elche as recently as mid-May, helping the modest Alicante-based side cling to their top-flight status by a single point.
World Cup 2014 : Germany under friendly fire
Germany, who face France tomorrow, will go into the quarter-final under attack from all sides - from the press back home, three former captains and a goalkeeper who turned villain when the two sides met in 1982.
Deschamps says Benzema not blue
France rightfully claimed their place in the World Cup quarter-finals and any talk of striker Karim Benzema sulking over his position or mentions of past defeats by Germany are without any substance, coach Didier Deschamps said.
Pogba still a work in progress
Alex Ferguson did everything in his power to try to bring Patrick Vieira to Manchester United from Arsenal, not once but twice. That made the Scot's subsequent treatment of Vieira's successor as France's heartbeat seem even more bizarre.
World Cup 2014 : In-demand Navas focused on Dutch
Costa Rica 'keeper Keylor Navas, the hero of the penalty shootout against Greece that put the Ticos in their first World Cup quarter-final, is ignoring talk of a possible transfer to Real Madrid while the World Cup is on.
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