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How does the World Cup score in economic terms?

When a country is chosen to host the World Cup, there are a series of investments that must take place – building of infrastructure, including stadiums, airports, roads; improvement of hotels, businesses and restaurants. 951 more words

Economics

World Cup Wonders

As the biggest sporting event kicks-off in Russia, I can’t help but think about the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the important milestone it introduced in my life. 629 more words

Why Brazil are nailed on to win the World Cup

After predicting that Manchester United were in an excellent position to run away with the Premier League title last summer, I should probably have made a note to never make such conclusive, concrete predictions ever again. 1,227 more words

FIFA WORLD CUP: Best Goals of the last World Cup

Just 3 days to go for the World Cup and boy are we excited. But today the focus will be on the best goals of last World Cup. 378 more words

Football

four years on.

The legs are gone.

Every breath is taken with a lingering desperation.

22 men are on a pitch chasing after a football. They’ve been doing it for 112 minutes. 890 more words

2014 WORLD CUP - REVIEW

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England built up to the 2014 World Cup in high spirits, after having a fantastic qualifying campaign. 324 more words

England

Neymar opens up on the scary World Cup injury that nearly ended his career

Brazilian superstar Neymar was knocked out of the 2014 World Cup just before his team advanced to the semifinals, when Colombia’s Juan Zuniga drove his knee into Neymar’s back, causing a fractured vertebra. 265 more words

Soccer