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Five Aside: Matchday 12

Five Aside Jun 23, 2014
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Waiting for the pain to end

Spain Jun 23, 2014
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Brazil Jun 23, 2014
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Mexico Jun 20, 2014
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 Posted by Rory Smith
1 day ago

Francisco Gento: The selfless skipper

The ESPN FC team look back to the 1960's to one of Real Madrid's most celebrated captains of all time, Francisco Gento.

Who is the greatest captain of all time? From Aug. 18-29, ESPN FC will reveal its 10-man shortlist of the finest skippers to have graced the game before conducting a vote for the winner. The result will be revealed Sept. 1.


His eulogy was heartfelt, full of sorrow for a friend lost. "I have many memories of him from all those years we were together," Francisco Gento said of Alfredo Di Stefano upon the Argentine's death just a few weeks past. "What he did was extraordinary. He was the best playe...

 Posted by Rob Train
Jun 26, 2014

Assessment: Spain's dismal show

Fernando Torres was just one of a string of Spain players to suffer at the World Cup.

World champions Spain suffered a disastrous World Cup and it could be the end of an era -- ESPNFC blogger Rob Train tries to find any bright points of the campaign as well as what went wrong.

Sum up Spain's World Cup in one sentence

An unmitigated disaster that signalled the end of the most successful team in Spanish football history.

All team assessments

Group Stage: Australia | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Cameroon | Croatia | Ecuador | England | Ghana | Honduras | Italy | Iran
Ivory Coast Japan | Portugal | Russia | South Korea | Spain
Round of 16: Algeria | Chile | Greece | Mexico
Nigeria | Switzerland | Uruguay | United States
Quarterfinals: Colombia | France | Belgium | Costa Rica
Semifinals: Brazil | Netherlands
Finalists: Argentina
Winners: Germany

Star Man

It is perhaps more pertinent to ask which players might not lose their role in the squad after the Brazil debacle. Andres Iniesta seems certain to sta...

 Posted by Sid Lowe
Jun 24, 2014

Saluting Spain's David Villa

Spain's David Villa scored a fantastic back-heel goal in his final game with La Furia Roja and leaves as the team's all-time leading scorer with 59 goals.

David Villa's number was up. Over on the touchline, the board showed a seven. Villa glanced across at it, surprised and saddened, then walked slowly toward the edge of the pitch with his head down, embraced Juan Mata, sat on the bench and began to cry. So, this is the end.

In the buildup to Spain's final game, the focus had been on how it brought a cycle to a close. The end was symbolised above all in the absence of Xavi Hernandez. But Xavi simply sat there in silence and at the full-time whis...

 Posted by Chris Wright
Jun 24, 2014

Diego Costa tries to wax Xabi Alonso's leg

Bench-bound and with nothing much to do during Spain's third and final fixture at the 2014 World Cup, yesterday's 3-0 dead rubber victory over Australia, a bored Diego Costa decided to while away a couple of minutes by attempting to wax Xabi Alonso's leg using nothing but a strip of sock tape.

Alonso perfecting the "slightly disappointed father" facial expression there!

 Posted by Eduardo Alvarez
Jun 24, 2014

Five things Del Bosque got wrong

Spain put up one of the worst World Cup title defences in history, and the analysis has been unpleasant reading for fans who have been used to glory in the three previous tournaments. Hindsight is a beautiful thing, so here are five decisions by coach Vicente del Bosque that resulted in Spain's dismal performance.

1. Sticking with Iker Casillas in goal

Regardless of the reasons behind it, the keeper who led Spain to three consecutive titles lost his place in Real Madrid's starting lineup two sea...