world cup 2014
FIFA has just announced the team groupings for the four pots in the World Cup draw to be held this Friday in Bahia, Brazil.
Last week, we took a look at the top five teams that will fail at the World Cup. Here is a list of the top contenders of this upcoming tournament.
We have the 32 teams. And now the conversation can officially turn to the 2014 World Cup. One of the best activities to do in preparation for a big tournament is to look at which teams are the top contenders. While we will eventually get there, this article will attempt another experiment. Instead of looking at the top contenders, Latinos Post will examine which teams are unlikely to go far in the tournament. Here are the five sides that will not have much to celebrate next summer.
Mexico destroyed New Zealand 5-1 in the first leg of the World Cup playoffs.
Ghana continues to talk up its fear ahead of the second leg against Egypt.
Brazil’s largest and most notorious criminal gang has reportedly threatened terrorist attacks at the upcoming World Cup, scheduled to take place in summer of 2014. The event has since been dubbed the “World Cup of Terror.”
Will Diego Costa cause problems between Spain and Brazil?
The CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers have already come to an end and the four teams that have automatically qualified have been revealed. But which of them actually stands a chance next summer?
Will Sir Alex Ferguson be the next coach of Australia's national team?
The UEFA World Cup qualifiers will enter into their second round with eight teams set to play in two-legged matchups. Here is how the teams currently stack up.
Russia will look to clinch a World Cup Finals berth when it takes on Azerbaijan on Tuesday.
Denmark will look to salvage its World Cup hopes when it takes on Malta on Tuesday.
Switzerland will look to book a spot in the World Cup Finals when it takes on Albania on Friday.
Belgium and Croatia will battle in the ever important World Cup qualifiers on Friday.
Already mired in controversy over the possibility of moving the 2022 World Cup to the winter season, Qatar is accused of appalling conditions for migrant workers hired to help with the construction of World Cup facilities.