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Balotelli hammers Cesare Prandelli, implies he's not a 'real' man

Mario Balotelli’s unfortunately hasn’t showed off his finest form with Liverpool, and his lack of goal scoring saw the big-bodied forward off Italy’s roster for a number of recent Euro 2015 qualifiers. 246 more words

2014 World Cup

Media, fans react to Don Garber's blasting of Jurgen Klinsmann

Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber stuck up for his league and his players on Wednesday, tearing into US Soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann for his failure to align himself with the vision of soccer in the US. 373 more words

Major League Soccer

Don Garber: Klinsmann's comments on MLS are 'frustrating as hell'

Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber called a press conference today to take a hardline stance against the recent comments made by US Men’s National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann regarding Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey and the standard of play in Major League Soccer. 483 more words

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Brazil August Retail Sales Rise More Than Analysts Forecast

David Biller – Bloomberg, 10/15/2014

Brazil’s retail sales in August rose more than analysts forecast, as the government works to spur growth after the world’s second-biggest emerging market entered recession in the first half of the year. 100 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

My Backlogged World Cup Blog: Bonus Ball: Revisiting Klinsmann's Decision

In late May of this year manager Jurgen Klinsmann infamously dropped American soccer hero Landon Donovan off the United States Men’s National Team roster. Cuts had to be made… but Landon Donovan? 818 more words


My Backlogged World Cup Blog: Day 32: All Okay Things

Day 32: Germany vs. Argentina

All good things must come to an end, at least I’ve heard. Which means all World Cups, mediocre final games, and excellent belated blog series must come to an end too. 227 more words


My Backlogged World Cup Blog: Day 27: Ghost of a Footballing Nation

Day 27: Germany vs. Brazil

Going into this match, most expected these two past and present powerhouses to square off on somewhat even ground, even if some experts tipped Germany for the win. 250 more words