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FIFA World Cup 2014: Brilliant Mexico, dazzling Ochoa and frustrating Brazil

June 18th, 2014 | by Kristan Heneage

“Unfortunately that is not an option. Instead Scolari must decide between Fred, Jo and Hulk, although the latter works best out wide. Regardless, Brazil need to find a  solution quick, or face the prospect of not collecting the trophy that Scolari so adamantly stated they would,” Writes Kristan Heneage


Worldcup Preview VideoCast

June 10th, 2014 | by CricketSoccer Desk

It’s the 2014 World Cup, and CricketSoccer.com has all your football needs covered. In the first of our World Cup casts, Uli Hesse, Laurence McKenna and Kristan Heneage discuss their pre-tournament favourites, dark horses, and what impact the competition will have on the nation of Brazil


Straight Drive #7: Ashes, India vs. South Africa

December 25th, 2013 | by admin

In this comeback edition of straight drive Akshobh Giridharadas & Navneet Mundhra examine India’s resilience against the Proteas in the first test. They look at how England have gone from Ashes to crashes and is there a comeback for the three lions in the remaining two tests? And speaking of the remaining two tests, one


Doleful and disquieted Bangladesh cricket fans

November 29th, 2013 | by Faisal Caesar

“The passionate Bangladeshi cricket fans are doleful with all these. Already saddened by this qualifying saga, the Bangladesh cricket fans are extremely disquieted regarding the current political situation as this crazy situation might let the ICC to rethink about Bangladesh’s eligibility of hosting this mega event and if the venue gets shifted then it will


Exclusive: VVS Laxman waxes lyrical about ‘Very Very Special’ Sachin

October 16th, 2013 | by Navneet Mundhra

Watching VVS Laxman and Sachin Tendulkar batting together was a sight for Gods as they transformed the nondescript cricketing grounds into carnivals of coruscation. Sachin’s virtuosity and Laxman’s wizardry conjured up legion sorcerous spectacles. As his batting counterpart calls time on his international career, Laxman flashes his bewitching blade to compose a fitting tribute for


Brilliant Bangladesh in Chittagong!

October 13th, 2013 | by Faisal Caesar

“Something has changed in the Bangladesh team. It’s in the batsmen’s temperament. In the past, big totals always unsettled our batsmen; solid partnerships were followed by ugly collapses while the promising knocks hardly flourished. But in Chittagong, we didn’t witness such to happen,” Writes Faisal Caesar


Nothing going South for Cruzeiro

October 2nd, 2013 | by Fernando Duarte

“With only 3 defeats in 24 games, Cruzeiro would have to implode to lose the title. Few people in Brazil doubt Cruzeiro will be the first side outside Rio and Sao Paulo to be crowned champions since, well, Cruzeiro themselves did it in 2003,” Writes Fernando Duarte


Champions League returns in style

September 20th, 2013 | by Samuel Bridges

Europe’s showpiece competition started again this week as the UEFA Champions League group stage got underway, and seemingly most of us now have an idea on who will go far this year, and who will flop. There was much of the same with a group of death, involving SSC Napoli, Borussia Dortmund, Olympique Marseille and



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