For many pundits, Germany are one of the favourites to win the World Cup in Brazil, but there are a number of reasons that make this scenario unrealistic.
We bring you the latest news involving Leeds United, Sheffield United, Barnsley and Doncaster Rovers.
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Tonight's World Cup curtain raiser will see hosts Brazil play Croatia and a key battle in the middle of the park could influence the outcome of the game, featuring a Tottenham Hotspur star past and present.
Bournemouth have identified Callum Wilson of Coventry as their number one target to replace Lewis Grabban who left to join Norwich City.
Mauricio Pochettino could make River Plate youngster Sebastian Driussi his first signing as Tottenham Hotspur manager.
Ray Parlour thinks the England captain can at least match the Italian maestro.
Spain's Javi Martinez says his side are wary of the threat posed by the Nertherlands' Arjen Robben, ahead of their opening World Cup clash.
The best concert that I ever saw was by ‘The Reverend’ Al Green. It wasn’t just his angel-like voice, or extensive back catalogue of soul classics, but the setting – three rows from the front, in the beautiful Royal Albert Hall – that made the experience somewhat akin to a musical epiphany.
USA midfielder Michael Bradley is out to show Arsenal what they missed out on, having been passed over by the club in January.
Leeds United have sacked Brian McDermott and potential new owner Massimo Cellino has reportedly already lined up his replacement.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo has completed a loan switch from Southampton to Juventus and spoken of how much he missed Italian football.
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