With Brazil 2014 already consigned to the World Cup history books, who’s going to feature when the tomes are laid to rest following Russia 2018? We have already tipped Neymar, Lionel Messi, James Rodriguez, Luis Suarez and Raheem Sterling as five to watch, so here’s the rest of our top 10 players to look out for… Read more »
United States forward Julian Green
This kid is going to be a stud for the USMNT. He can only build upon his goal against Belgium in the World Cup and I can’t wait to see his progression.
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil – Now that the dust has settled and the visiting fans and teams have packed up and gone home – their suitcases filled with for the most part happy memories – it is time to…
Brazil has some deep-rooted issues in their soccer community which SI.com examines in this article.
Since this Scolari has been fired and Brazil has re-hired Dunga as head coach of their national team. Again, they take a step backwards.
Goal’s Ben Hayward wonders what has happened to the promise of Bojan Krkic after the former Barcelona youngster joined the less glamourous Stoke City
I think we have all owned Bojan once or twice in all of our FIFA or Football Manager careers. I hope the kid can eventually put it together.
Sid Lowe: Colombian has joined the Bernabéu’s star-studded cast but where will Carlo Ancelotti fit him in and who will have to make way?
Sid Lowe takes an in-depth look at how James Rodriguez fits into the Real Madrid attack.
Here, WhoScored.com takes a look at how Madrid’s Midfield is Yet Stronger for Signing Kroos and Rodriguez.
ESPN’s Chris Atkins’ take on new Liverpool signing Lazar Markovic:
Serbia international Lazar Markovic is no Luis Suarez, and it appears Liverpool will need to continue looking at strengthening their attack. He is, though, a winger with frightening potential for the years ahead.
At the age of 17, he was starring for Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League against the likes of Inter Milan. Playing from the left-flank and drifting on to his favoured right foot, his ability to run with the ball at pace was a clear indication that he was bound for big things.
At Benfica for just one season, he has already enticed Liverpool to make their move. While he started slowly in Portugal, he began to show his true potential once he hit his stride later in the year, and fans of the Reds will hope he continues in that vein.
He is not the finished product yet and may still need some time to adapt given his relative youth and inexperience. His attitude, though, is said to be excellent, and under Brendan Rodgers’ guidance, he could go on to fulfil his enormous potential.
With Luis Suarez leaving and several