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Midfield issues still plague Brazil

Brazil Jun, 29, 2014
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 Posted by Dermot Ledwith
4 days ago

A case for Barca's defence

Barcelona confirmed the signing of Claudio Bravo on Monday. He will battle Marc-Andre ter Stegen for the No. 1 shirt.

Goalkeepers have really come to the fore at this World Cup and on Monday, Barcelona presented one of the many players in that position to shine in Brazil: Chile international Claudio Bravo.

The 12 million-euro signing of a player who has impressed in La Liga over eight seasons with Real Sociedad ...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
6 days ago

Sampaoli to lead Chile to Copa America

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli confirmed on Friday he wants to stay on and lead the side at the 2015 Copa America.

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6 days ago

Sampaoli wants to stay with Chile

Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli has tied his loyalty to Chilean federation president Sergio Jadue.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli says he wants to stay in the job for when the country hosts next year's Copa America.

Speaking Friday in his first news conference since losing to Brazil in the round of 16 at the World Cup, Sampaoli said "we have a commitment with Chilean football unti...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul, 2, 2014

Relive all the drama of the round of 16

The round of 16 will go down as one for the ages. Relive all the pulsating moments that earned eight teams the right to play in the quarterfinals.

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 Posted by Michael Cox
Jul, 2, 2014

Fatigue played a role in round of 16

Relive all of the best moments from the World Cup round of 16.

If the group stage was about shocks, the round of 16 was what we expected.

For the first time since the switch to a 32-team tournament in 1998, the World Cup's round of 16 games were won by the eight group winners, with the eight runners-up eliminated.

How predictable, you might think. We might as w...