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World Cup Round Up- Day Three England and Uruguay both lose their opening matches while Group C provides no surprises

World Cup Round Up- Day Three England and Uruguay both lose their opening matches while Group C provides no surprises

In Group C Colombia got off to an impressive start with a comfortable win over Greece at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. Statistics were working once again against Greece who have conceded an early goal in the opening stages of their first match in the previous two World Cup finals appearances, when Pablo Armero

Brazil get the 2014 FIFA World Cup underway with a win- although the expected carnival atmosphere still seems very far away

Brazil get the 2014 FIFA World Cup underway with a win- although the expected carnival atmosphere still seems very far away

The city of São Paulo in Brazil did their best to shake off the dark mood surrounding the buildup to the eagerly awaited 2014 FIFA World Cup final tournament. The tournament got underway with a spectacularly staged a celebration of Brazil and its character, its people and their love of football on the Arena de


Daniel Ricciardo brings Red Bull back into the F1 race winning the Canadian Grand Prix

Daniel Ricciardo brings Red Bull back into the F1 race winning the Canadian Grand Prix

After dominating the Formula One season last year, Redbull showed that they may well still have something up their sleeve for this year’s two, when Daniel Ricciardo overtook Nico Rosberg’s Mercedes with two laps to go to win an eventful and thrilling Canadian Grand Prix in Montréal. McLaren’s Jenson Button stunningly came in late to

Premier League players have the best season as far as salaries are concerned whilst falling by the wayside in Europe

Premier League players have the best season as far as salaries are concerned whilst falling by the wayside in Europe

English soccer, was lagging behind its counterparts in Spain, especially, remains the best place for the players to be, with salary scales in the Premier League spiralling ever upwards. Thanks to an ever-increasing flow, all willing investors anxious to gain control of England’s leading soccer clubs, and reap the possible benefits both in terms of


Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Monaco Grand Prix to make for a classic two horse race

Nico Rosberg beat Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Monaco Grand Prix to make for a classic two horse race

With last year’s ending up with the result being a foregone conclusion almost two thirds of the way across the season, this year’s championship looks like being a completely different story, with the only certainty that Mercedes will win the Constructors World Championship, and that, unless something really dramatic or unforeseen happens, the winner of