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Red Stars end Seattle unbeaten streak at 16 games 
[NWSL: Week 14] Canadian veteran Melissa Tancredi scored her first NWSL goal in the 8th minute on a pass from ...
What They're Saying: Thiago Silva 
"We need to apologize to the fans. They booed us at the end, which is normal. They have feelings, too. ...
Dutch pile more misery onto Brazil's nightmare 
Few Brazilian fans could have foreseen how hosting the World Cup would end, with a depressing 3-0 loss in the ...
Argentina-Germany Gameday Guide 
[BRAZIL 2014] For all the talk about their two previous World Cup finals, in 1986 and 1990, Argentina and Germany ...
What They're Saying: Carlos Santana 
"I think Messi has a mystique about him, he has that street soccer thing. I don't think he even really ...
STORY OF THE DAY!
Argentina-Germany Gameday Guide
by Paul Kennedy on Saturday, Jul 12, 2014 9:29 PM EDT
[BRAZIL 2014] For all the talk about their two previous World Cup finals, in 1986 and 1990, Argentina and Germany have a more recent history. Germany will be favored on Sunday when it faces Argentina at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, but neither coach expects a game like four years ago when Germany crushed Argentina, 4-0, sending it out in the quarterfinals for the second straight World Cup.

  
Faves & Likes: Supermodel stunned by another Brazilian setback 
[SOCIAL MEDIA ROUNDUP] Supermodel Gisele Bundchen watching on TV and Neymar and Dani Alves from the bench were among the ...
Robin van Persie gives his medal to fan 
[WORLD CUP: Off the Post] Following the Netherlands 3-0 win over Brazil to take third place at the World Cup, ...
Brazil Diary: Lost in translation but loving it 
I find Brazilian Portuguese to be a beautiful language. The women's voice coming over the P.A. at Sao Paulo's Rodoviaria ...
World Cup 2014 Television Schedule 
[DATEBOOK] The World Cup concludes with the Argentina-Germany final on Sunday (3 pm ET kickoff).
World Cup at a Glance 
[BRAZIL 2014] Italian Nicola Rizzoli will referee the World Cup final between Argentina and Germany. It will be the third ...
Alfredo Di Stefano: The complete player. Maybe the best, too. 
RIO DE JANEIRO -- As Argentina was making its laborious way to the 2014 World Cup final, the word came ...
Very different impressions left of two previous Argentina-Germany finals 
There were common elements to the 1986 and 1990 World Cup finals. Both were contested by Argentina and West Germany, ...
Pioneering soccer photojournalist Phil Stephens dies 
[OBITUARY] Phil Stephens, whose pioneering coverage of soccer touched many in the American soccer community for more than 40 years, ...
D.C. United's Hamid stonewalls Earthquakes 
[MLS: Week 18] D.C. United opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 ...
Youth Soccer Reporter

Garcia named NPL general manager
[U.S. CLUB SOCCER] Leo Garcia has been named the National Premier Leagues General Manager, filling a position at U.S. Soccer ...
Soccer America Confidential:
Ridge Mahoney


Dutch pile more misery onto Brazil's nightmare
Few Brazilian fans could have foreseen how hosting the World Cup would end, with a depressing 3-0 loss in the ...
College Soccer Reporter

Amherst makes statement against top French youth teams
[COLLEGE MEN] For the third time in the last quarter century, Amherst College men's team toured France, managing to tie ...
Youth Soccer Insider:
Mike Woitalla


Tim Howard's advice for keepers, parents and coaches
In light of Tim Howard's extraordinary performance at the 2014 World Cup, where he set a World Cup record with ...
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Alfredo Di Stefano: The complete player. Maybe the best, too.
RIO DE JANEIRO -- As Argentina was making its laborious way to the 2014 World Cup final, the word came from Spain: Alfredo Di Stefano was dead, at the age of 88. Di Stefano, the Argentine who many regard in awe as the greatest of them all.

"We need to apologize to the fans. They booed us at the end, which is normal. They have feelings, too. It's very tough."

-- Brazil captain Thiago Silva after the hosts lost the third-place game to the Netherlands, 3-0, in Brasilia. (Reuters)