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This summer's tournament has provided so many standout moments and success stories that it could go down as the greatest of all time
Day one had Neymar. On day two it was the destructive Dutch signalling the end of Spanish dominance. By the time Costa

After securing a place in the round of 16, the Nigeria forward feels his team must work harder to go far at the 2014 Fifa World Cup Nigeria international Ahmed Musa has disclosed that hardwork is the surest bet for the Super Eagles to go farther at the 2014 Fifa World Cup.

WHILE the Kenya Meteorological department has confirmed no El Nino storm is coming before August, the organisers of the World Cup in Brazil are not taking any chances.
The El Nino brings rains in East Africa but in Brazil, it is responsible for scorching temperatures and teams have already prepared for that.

After the completion of two rounds of matches in Brazil, none of the 5 African representatives have demonstrated their readiness to meet the sky-high expectations of their teeming fans that trailed to the global fiesta  observes  AKINWUMI OJO

EVEN before the first ball was kicked in Brazil, the task of winning the World Cup was already a daunting one for the five African representatives. And the task has assumed a more frightening dimension with two rounds of the competitions completed in the global fiesta.

Brazil's Federal Police has given 85 Chile fans who invaded the Maracana's media centre in the build-up to their team's victory over Spain on Wednesday 72-hour deadline to leave the country.

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