Following the Azzurri in the games against Costa Rica and Uruguay was frustrating, but the unique atmosphere and some special encounters made the experience unforgettable. Here's the travel diary of our contributor (by Francesco Amorosino)
Now that Cambiasso has left the club the need for this kind of midfield warrior was more important than ever. M'Vila is the perfect candidate to become the engine of the squad
With his resignation as Juve coach still sending shockwaves throughout the Juventus environment, we decided to list his five most memorable moments as Juve manager
The goal-line technology and vanishing foam on set-pieces were the major innovations of Brazil 2014. There were more in the past, and they always penalized defenders (by Anthony Pepe)
Two failures in a row (2010 and 2014) are too much for a football-addicted country. It's time for a structural change and unconventional decisions
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The ridiculous tribute to Neymar before Brazil-Germany, the imaginary spray, James Rodriguez sitting on the goalscorers throne... Here's our Brazil 2014 top ten
Miroslav Klose set an important record and won the Cup: impossible to do better. Pogba was the best young player of the tournament, but his low form was evident. The same as Arturo Vidal
One of the most winning coaches in Juve's history wanted a breakthrough to match against the best European teams. But he realized that the Old Lady wouldn't satisfy his demands in the transfer window
Josué, now 84, was in the army and at the Maracana that day: "The stadium was packed, I could barely see the pitch. Nobody thought we could lose. Back then it was overconfidence, this time it was the opposite, as we overly respected a stronger opponent"
The Saints have just signed the striker from Italian "Salento" for € 6,5 M. His goalscoring talent exploded just two years ago
As Germany evens Italy’s four World Cups, Brazil 2014 teaches us a lesson on the difference between Germany and Italy: the former win when they should, the latter win when they shouldn’t (by John Cavenaghi)