World Cup 2014

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13 July 2015
A former youth coach of Mario Gotze says the Bayern Munich and Germany star always displayed signs of making it big.
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13 July 2015
A year has passed since Philipp Lahm captained Germany to World Cup glory, but he says he still has plenty of goals to achieve.
8 July 2015
Mauricio Savarese and Marcus Alves describe the year following Brazil's unforgettable defeat to the eventual World Cup champions in Belo Horizonte... 
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9 December 2014
You have to search far and wide to find a capped Australian international who wasn't named in this week's 46-man provisional Asian Cup squad, so spare a though for Tom Rogic, who is hoping to be back in action next month, although it won't be with the Socceroos.
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12 November 2014
Socceroo star Tim Cahill's extraordinary volley at the 2014 FIFA World Cup has been nominated by FIFA as one of the ten goals fans can vote on in the Puskas Award for best goal of the year.
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4 November 2014
Tim Palmer teases out the pros and cons of zonal v man-marking and the impact on the A-League.
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16 October 2014
Socceroo Mathew Leckie has no regrets about signing with FC Ingolstadt prior to the 2014 World Cup where his fine displays led to speculation of a bigger move.
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25 September 2014
Socceroos midfielder Tom Rogic will miss the 2015 AFC Asian Cup after suffering another setback in his recovery from a groin injury, according to Australia coach Ange Postecoglou.
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24 September 2014
His goal lit up the FIFA World Cup and he became the Socceroos’ greatest-ever goal-scorer but it wasn’t enough for Tim Cahill to considered one of the seven nominations for a top Australian sporting award.
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17 September 2014
Perth Glory’s Dutch winger Youssouf Hersi says respect for Australian football in Holland is surging after the Socceroos’ World Cup exploits – and that’s fuelling added interest in the A-League.

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