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Ten World Cup players you need to know

Scouting Report Jun 8, 2014
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 Posted by Chris Atkins
Jul 17, 2014

Five players to shock the Premier League

Newcastle have been active in the transfer market so far, and Remy Cabella's arrival has excited supporters on Tyneside.

The World Cup is over and attention has rapidly turned to the league season ahead. In just a few days, transfer activity has increased significantly as clubs look to cement their plans ahead of preseason tours and the big kick-off.

The Premier League, with its enormous financial resources, will b...

 Posted by Chris Atkins
Jul 15, 2014

Ten potential stars of Russia 2018

Could PSG's Marquinhos plug Brazil's defensive holes in 2018?

The 2014 World Cup will live long in the memory, with individual stars and sensational storylines aplenty decorating a competition that benefited richly from being hosted in one of football's biggest and most traditional heartlands. However, the competition is now over, and attention has already be...

 Posted by Alex Labidou
Jul 3, 2014

Scouting America: Julian Green

United States forward Julian Green struck gold with his first ever touch in a World Cup game, a stunning volley to get the U.S. back in the game against Belgium.

It only took one touch to electrify an entire fan base.

Julian Green's remarkable World Cup debut -- which saw him score just seconds after entering the round of 16 clash versus Belgium -- has got United States fans excited about the future.

It was the type of goal that only the utmost confidence ca...

 Posted by Alex Labidou
Jun 25, 2014

Scouting America: Johnson and Yedlin

Jurgen Klinsmann and Joachim Low are set to meet in the final match of Group G and have thrown any notion of settling for a tie out the window. A draw would see both the United States and Germany through to the round of 16.

Jurgen Klinsmann called up five right-backs in the team's preliminary 30-man World Cup roster, but in true Klinsmann fashion, the United States manager made a bold call after finalizing his official 23-man team.

Fabian Johnson, who had thrived for the Stars and Stripes on the left side of the field...

Jun 15, 2014

Campbell soups up Costa Rica's hopes

ESPN FC analysts Alexi Lalas, Roberto Martinez, and Michael Ballack think that Costa Rica proved a lot of people wrong with their play.

It was a result that few had really given much thought to. Group D was supposed to be a three-way race between England, Italy and Uruguay for the two round-of-16 berths, yet with a 3-1 victory over the South Americans, Costa Rica showed that they have other ideas. Despite having fallen behind and sh...

 Posted by Chris Atkins
Jun 11, 2014

Bernard fills Brazil's wild-card role

Brazil midfielder Ramires admits the host nation are under pressure as they bid to win their sixth FIFA World Cup

"I am a more mature, focused and calm Bernard," Brazil's diminutive forward told reporters on Monday, referring to his feelings upon returning to the national side for a second major tournament. It is a year since the youngster emerged into the wider public consciousness, starring for Atletico Min...