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2014 Fifa World Cup – Colombia y Argentina por el primer puesto – Eliminatorias – Gameplay xbox 360

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The former player of Manchester United, Patrice Evra signed a one year long contract extension with the Premier League club that would allow the French defender on playing with Manchester United at least until the summer of 2015 but his spell at Old Trafford was cut short after Luke Shaw was signed by Louis van Gaal and the Dutchman made a series of changes which saw a number of players making their way out of the English club.

Patrice Evra went on to join the Italian club, Juventus as he penned a 2 year contract. Read more »

Lowe reveals opinions

The current champions of the world, Germany breezed right through everyone and everything in their path in their journey of being claimed as the best national team in the planet. Germany only received 4 goals in the 2014 World Cup including all of their group stages matches all the way through the final match against Argentina.

Joachim Low, the head coach of the German team is one of the main figures that made it happen as he is highly regarded to be as one of the best managers in the world and has revealed his opinion concerning the upcoming matches of his squad.

“For me, it is perfectly clear: the months leading up to the end of the year will be incredibly hard. We have players who are tired, affected physically and who haven’t recovered emotionally after the World Cup. First of all, we have to take a step back, solidify ourselves and try to find the players who are in the best physical condition and are not battling against injuries. The really difficult matches will be in October against Poland and Ireland’’. Low told the media.

The 54 year old German manager of Germany believes that the remaining matches of the ongoing year will be difficult for his players as they still have not completed recovered from their World Cup as some of them picked up injuries while others have gone immediately to play with their respective clubs and things will be even more agitated for certain German players as the Champions League is on the horizon.

Before the 2014 World Cup had started, Spain was widely considered to be the best national team in the world and every team wanted to take their crown away but now all eyes all being locked on Germany as they are the new champions and squads are eager to prove their worth by facing off against the side of Joachim Low and the 2016 Euro’s is the ideal scenario for nations to accomplish this task.

England 1 vs 2 Italy Group D 2014 FIFA World Cup Highlights

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FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 Promotional Video HD

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Loew COnfirms Rumors Are Rubbish

Germany boss Joachim Loew has confirmed that he is going nowhere after rumours heavily linking him with a club job in the next few months. Loew managed to win the World Cup 2014 by getting Germany to the title. In the process, he has broken several records and brought joy to the team that has been without one since 1990. Germany came into the World Cup after having not won a major trophy for decades, while they also had to deal with several heartbreaks in recent major tournaments. The national team reached the finals of the Euro 2012 and semifinals of the previous world cups.

The disappointment finally broke through to give the light of success after the national team won the World Cup by beating Argentina 1-0 in the final. Loew managed to achieve this success by including a lot of youngsters in the team. He said after the victory that Germany could go on to dominate world football for the next decade. However, there was a lingering doubt that he could step down from his role after achieving the ultimate glory. Resignation would also have allowed him to go out on top especially having been criticised severely at the start of the tournament.

Loew, though, has confirmed that he will remain as the national team coach of Germany until Euro 2016.

“At the moment, I can imagine nothing more beautiful than to continue working with this team, to guide it to the European Championship in France, to develop the team and the individual players further. I am as motivated as I was on the first day with DFB. We celebrated a gigantic success in Brazil but there are other goals that we want to achieve. The World Cup 2014 was a highlight for all, but it was not a conclusion,” said the former assistant.