Tweeting the downfall of Brazil


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It was a heartbreaking defeat for Brazil and Twitter fans captured every moment.

Tweeting the downfall of Brazil


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It was a heartbreaking defeat for Brazil and Twitter fans captured every moment.

Tweeting the downfall of Brazil


This post is by Eric Martyn from Reuters Soccer Blog


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It was a heartbreaking defeat for Brazil and Twitter fans captured every moment.

If I unfollowed you, it’s because you tweeted about the World Cup


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Social media encourages writers toward conciseness and cleverness, the better to attract a larger audience. But these rules have dissolved during the World Cup interregnum. Ordinarily smart people are typing “Goooooaaaaall!!!!!” into Twitter as if other soccer fans are blind to what they just saw on TV.

A world full of Messis


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At least 55 of FIFA’s 209 member countries apparently have their very own Lionel Messi.

A world full of Messis

At least 55 of FIFA’s 209 member countries apparently have their very own Lionel Messi.

A world full of Messis


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At least 55 of FIFA’s 209 member countries apparently have their very own Lionel Messi.

Beckham’s final 81st minute


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I saw a player that couldn’t help himself count down the last moments of his time on the pitch.

Beckham’s final 81st minute


This post is by Gonzalo Fuentes from Reuters Soccer Blog


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I saw a player that couldn’t help himself count down the last moments of his time on the pitch.

Euro 2012 live blog


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Our Euro 2012 live blog will be running constantly and will bring you all the latest news, goals, photos and video.

Reuters Soccer blog merges with Left Field


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The Reuters Soccer blog is merging with our sister site, Left Field — Reuters’ global sports analysis and opinion page.

In future please head to Left Field http://blogs.reuters.com/sport/ for all sports blogs including soccer articles.

Va-va-voom. Vintage Henry scores on Arsenal return.


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Thierry Henry’s much talked-about return to Arsenal lived up to the hype as the former France man scored after just 10 minutes of coming on. But do the Premier League club need to bring in more numbers in January if they are to end their trophy drought since 2005?

Post-Christmas cheer in Oslo for out-of-contract players


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Tomi Maanoja used to play for AIK Stockholm before a broken leg ruined his career. With two young children, but no contract, the FIFPro Winter Tournament in Oslo may just provide the Finn with the little bit of luck he deserves.

NFL Week 15 Lineman picks


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‘Tebow Time’ runs out this week when the Broncos host the Patriots but the Lineman’s time has come. We’ve been close to a perfect week a few occasions this season but with time ticking down Week 15 looks like a promising bet.

And Porto will play…..Europa League draw provides some stardust


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It’s not often that the Europa League draw comes close to matching the Champions League draw for excitement. Read here for more from Switzerland.

Real’s psychological barrier key to Barca’s 3-1 win


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Annoyingly for Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho, the supposed plot line of El Clasico on Saturday did not follow the script. The much-anticipated power shift from Catalunya to Madrid did not take place and his team are back to the drawing board as far as playing against Barcelona is concerned.

Time for UEFA to revert to goal difference in Champions League


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My head is hurting after all the mathematics that has been needed to work out qualification chances.

One hundred reasons why Denmark are a good Euro 2012 bet


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Yes they are in the toughest group with Germany, Netherlands and Portugal but it is quite possible for those three teams to cancel each other out with draws meaning Denmark only need a win and a draw to guarantee second spot. Then it’s anybody’s guess