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Top 10 defenders in the FIFA World Cup 2014

Sergio Ramos

A good defender is vital if a team is to prevail and as we wait for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, let’s look at the top 10 defenders we will be looking out for to stop the strikers form scoring this summer. 1. Thiago Silva (Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain) Thiago is a total package of a defender. His tackling is superb, his air command is outstanding. It just comes naturally for Thiago; his ball control is always at ease. He helped PSG win their first league title in 20 years and he even played as a midfield when injuries struck the team. He is the definition of a perfect defender. 2. Vincent Kompany (Belgium and Manchester City) Komoany is indicated as the most thrilling defender in the world of football. He is always cool and collected and his quickness and physical power is just abominable to any striker.  He ... Read More »

Top 10 most expensive players in the FIFA 2014

Gareth Bale

Soccer is famous for the notoriously spending a lot of money on signing players. The question on everyone’s minds is, ‘are they worth it’? Well, you have to read this to know. As we count the days to Brazil, let’s look at the top ten most expensive players in this year’s World Cup. It is worth to note that Bale won’t be in Brazil but his name couldn’t miss on the list. Let’s checkout Top 10 most expensive players in the FIFA 2014. 1.Gareth Bale (€100 million) Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid in 2013     Real Madrid on 2nd Sep 2013 surprised everyone in the whole world after they broke Christiano’s record by signing Gareth Bale with a stunning world record of €100m. Many believed that the Welsh born player’s price was overrated but he has proved his money’s worth this season for Real after scoring 22 goals in just ... Read More »

Top 10 midfielders in the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Cristiano Ronaldo, 29

In the world of soccer, midfielders are considered the play maker of the game and having a good midfield is crucial if you are to win the big games. It’s only few days to the World Cup and as we wait for the biggest soccer event in the world, let’s have a look at the top ten midfielders to look out for this 2014 FIFA World Cup. 1.Cristiano Ronaldo, 29   (Portugal & Real Madrid) Despite also being capable of playing as a center forward or behind the striker, Christiano’s plays best as a wide midfielder. He is the most fascinating and must see player in the world. Just showcasing his skills alone is worth paying for. He is legendary for his step over and his goal scoring is insane for somebody not playing as a striker. 2.Xavi Hernandez, 34 (Spain & Barcelona)   The Barcelona’s star is best credited for ... Read More »

Top 10 quickest players in the FIFA World Cup 2014

Lionel Messi, 26

Speed is a crucial requirement in soccer for a good winger and striker and as we wait for the FIFA 2014 World Cup, let’s have a look at the top 10 quickest players to watch out for in Brazil this summer.  1. Mathis Bolly, 23 Acceleration – 97 Sprint speed – 97 I bet you do not know who this player is. All football lovers will really struggle to try and figure out who this young player is and which team he participates in. Mathias plays for the Cote d’Ivoire national team and Fortuna Desseldorf (2nd division German Bundas Liga team). He is a left winger and has a very burly left foot. Despite his lack of good skills in heading and control of the ball, the young Ivory Coast Star in general has an acceleration of 97 which earns him the no 1 spot in the quickest player in ... Read More »

Top 10 interesting facts on FIFA world cup

Top 10 interesting facts on FIFA world cup

The FIFA World Cup 2014, in its 20th edition, will kick off in Brazil on 12th June. Since 1930, the FIFA World Cup has been held consecutively after every four year. It only took a pause only in 1942 and 1946 because of World War II. The FIFA World Cup has come to be the most popular sporting event in the world with over 1 billion people from all parts of the World. Here, we look at the top 10 interesting facts on the FIFA World Cup soccer competition. 1.Europe: Continent with most final appearances It is only one time in FIFA World Cup history that a European country has not been in the final which is in 1930. From that time, a European representative has always been in the in the ultimate game, which include the last two finals which were both European Nations: in 2006, Italy versus France ... Read More »