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 Posted by John Duerden
Jul 1, 2014

10 reasons why Asia failed at the World Cup

Carlos Queiroz left his post as Iran manager following his side's exit in the group stages while other Asian clubs struggled this summer.

A look at why Asia struggled as a whole at this World Cup...

Lack of leadership

When Korean coach Hong Myung-bo went to Netherlands to visit Park Ji-sung in March, he wasn't there to scout potential latter stage opposition but to persuade the PSV Eindhoven man to return from international retire...

Jun 29, 2014

African, Asian failures look for answers

Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah discusses the overall performance with the African teams that participated in the tournament.

DOUALA, Cameroon -- The presidents of Cameroon and Ghana have called for investigations following disappointing World Cup showings that saw both countries eliminated during the group stage, while Asian football was also left looking for answers after all four nations were eliminated in the group sta...

Jun 23, 2014

Five Aside: Matchday 12

The FC boys predict who will get through to the quarter-finals between Netherlands, Mexico, Brazil and Chile.

With its 4-1 defeat of Cameroon in the capital city of Brasilia, Brazil won its group for the ninth straight World Cup. Mexico finishes as the Group A runner-up with its 3-1 victory over Croatia in Recife, advancing to the round of 16 for the sixth straight World Cup, the third-longest active streak...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jun 23, 2014

Aussie fans do not leave disappointed

Despite finishing with a disappointing 3-0 loss against Spain Australian fans see a bright future for the Socceroos.

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