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Quarterfinals Day 1: Favorites win through

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 By Tim Vickery
Nov 12, 2014

Assessing Colombia ahead of their United States showdown

James Rodriguez says he feels more comfortable in his midfield role for Colombia than his more defensive one for Real Madrid.

Going into Brazil 2014, Colombia coach Jose Pekerman declared that the tournament would mark the moment when his team claimed a definitive place at football's top table.

Part one of the masterplan is complete. Colombia reached the quarterfinals for the first time, playing some fine football along the way, with James Rodriguez making his name as a global star.

Now comes part two -- the push to ensure that this was not an isolated moment, but a step on the way to consistent excellence at the highest...

 By Tim Vickery
Oct 15, 2014

Reviewing the results of CONMEBOL teams since the World Cup

With his comeback from suspension close, Luis Suarez has come to terms with his actions, which saw him sent home from the World Cup in disgrace.

After the FIFA dates of September and October, how have the South American national teams progressed as they warm up for next year's Copa America followed by the 2018 World Cup qualifiers?

ARGENTINA: Won 4-2 away to Germany, lost 2-0 to Brazil and beat Hong Kong 7-0

New coach Gerardo Martino has built on the work of predecessor Alejandro Sabella but has also made a tweak. The base formation remains 4-3-3 (which Sabella's Argentina abandoned in the World Cup due to injuries), but with a difference.

Instead...

 By Tim Vickery
Sep 5, 2014

Pressure's on Colombia to continue their progress

The ESPN FC crew argue over Dunga's decision to name Neymar as captain for Brazil's upcoming friendly with Colombia.

When Brazil meet Colombia in Miami on Friday night, almost all the focus will be on the Brazilians. How will the five-time world champions react after their World Cup humiliation? Is Dunga the right coach to lead them back to greatness? Are there any promising new players coming through to capture global attention?

Given the above, it is easy to overlook the team defending the other goal. But the truth is that this match kick starts a key era in Colombian football -- and it has nothing to do...

 By Chris Wright
Aug 14, 2014

Man sues FIFA over World Cup refs

Carlos Velasco Carballo was so poor during the World Cup that it's prompted a billion-euro lawsuit.

A Colombian lawyer has filed an enormous lawsuit against FIFA after claiming that the lapse standard of refereeing at the 2014 World Cup hospitalised him with heart problems.

Aurelio Jimenez, 74, is suing world football's governing body for a billion euros (about 800 million pounds or 1.33 billion dollars) with his case centred around the controversial performance of Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo while overseeing Colombia's quarterfinal tie against Brazil.

During the game, Carballo let...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Jul 16, 2014

ESPN FC Player of the World Cup: James Rodriguez

The top performers from the 2014 World Cup were whittled down to a five-man short list by stats website WhoScored.com and our panel of experts.

Arjen Robben, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Thomas Muller were among the contenders, but with a huge 41 percent of the vote, you crowned Colombia star and FIFA Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez your ESPN FC Player of the World Cup.

Is James a worthy winner? Who else should have been considered? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #ESPNFCplayer...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Jul 14, 2014

ESPN FC Player of the World Cup

The top performers from the 2014 World Cup have been whittled down to a five-man short list by stats website WhoScored.com and our panel of experts. The nominated players are Arjen Robben, James Rodriguez, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Thomas Muller.

Each has his merits, as detailed below -- but it's up to you to select who deserves to be crowned the ESPN FC Player of the World Cup.

Whether you agree with the nominees or not, let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #ESPNFCplayer -- and...