It's back! Everyone's favorite game!
Another day in the books, and one really exciting game! Sorry Mexico, but at least you didn't lose to Argentina!
If there's another game as good as that Chile/Brazil matchup, we'll be very lucky. Lets see how folks fared today.
Hey y'all. I'll try to keep this brief. Here's how the knockout rounds will work:
At long last, we've reached the end of the group stage. And Vincent Tan's Ownership Academy kicked all our asses.
Hello again boys and girls. Tomorrow's the big day. Holy crap.
It's late, I'm tired, and fuck Luis Suarez.
Today was the first of four days of four games apiece, so scores should be higher than normal! Unfortunately, they weren't really.
Fuckety fuck fuck. That is all.
Ten days in to this here World Cup, and we've had some great games. Like today's 2-2 thriller between Germany and Ghana.
Interesting day today, some good wins, some bad losses. As usual.
Another day another dollar, though in most of your cases the second part definitely doesn't apply to this pool.
Na na na na...na na na na...hey hey hey...goodbye. To Spain. They're out. Sucks to suck. Enjoy la playa.
Already four days into the World Cup, and we still haven't had a tie. Pretty amazing stuff.
Another day in the books, another round of semi-impressive showings.
Whoo boy, now that was a day of soccer. Hell of a win for the Netherlands, and Chile looked solid too.
Congrats to everyone for making it through the first game, and what a first game it was.
Welcome Welcome Welcome! With only 24 hours (!) until the kickoff of the 2014 World Cup, I'm happy to present the field.
It's finally that time of year, folks. 2 weeks until the start of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
It's being reported at various outlets that Javier Zanetti is hanging up his boots, ending a career that began back in 1995. I wrote about him last year, when he tore his Achilles at the age of 39. He returned this year, albeit in a diminished role thanks to injury and a new team playing style.