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EXCLUSIVE: Luke Shaw speaks out about Manchester United move

The most expensive teenager in the world. Check.

The youngest player to play at the 2014 World Cup. Check.

It has been quite a summer for England international Luke Shaw. 1,263 more words

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Pep Guardiola praises Jurgen Klinsmann's team concept, USMNT movement

Unless the conversation in the photo to the right included the punch line, “And then you’ll say I’m doing a great job!!”, this is a decent story for Jurgen Klinsmann supporters. 281 more words

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Brazil Boosts Security in “Pacified” District

Latin American Herald Tribune, 7/22/2014

Brazilian authorities on Monday strengthened security in a cluster of Rio de Janeiro shantytowns that were officially pacified four years ago after decades as a bastion of drug traffickers. 60 more words

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Back to the future: Dunga confirmed as Brazil's new manager

If it at first you don’t succeed, have another go…

That’s the message the Brazilian football confederation have sent out, as they confirmed on Tuesday that former coach Carlos Dunga will take over as the new national team manager a second stint in charge of the Selecao. 327 more words

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Real Madrid sign James Rodriguez for $107 million

On Tuesday Real Madrid officially announced the signing of Colombian superstar James Rodriguez.

James is now the fourth most expensive player in soccer history behind Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale (both Real Madrid) as the Spanish giants have finally got their man. 369 more words

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Section 925 Podcast Episode 37 - World Cup Recap

With the 2014 World Cup in the books, Connor conducts a ménage à pod with a couple soccer aficionados. Section925 staff writer Bryan Maag (@HalfBAM) 77 more words

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World Cup Final 2014: Mario Gotze Delivers the Midas Touch as Die Mannschaft Tops the World for a Fourth Time

Germany 1-0 Argentina (AET)

After contesting both the 1986 and 1990 World Cup final, familiar foes Germany and Argentina met again in their third World Cup final. 963 more words

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