2014 FIFA World Cup Preview

2014 FIFA World Cup Preview

The 2014 summer is set to be a good one with the World Cup being played in June and July. Several people will have their eyes on the massive sporting event that unites the onlookers.

The squads are being set and final preparations are being met for people to make way to Brazil. Emotions will be high as 32 teams compete for a chance to be permanent names in the history books of the sport. Among these teams is one familiar in playing football in South America and they make their way back into the World Cup finals in Brazil and don’t want to disappoint. The team is Colombia and they aim to be a force at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

After the announcement is made and the 32 teams of the final tournament know their fate within each group, all sorts of speculation inevitably begins to be made. Fans try to wrap their minds around whether or not their favorite team is placed in an easy or difficult group.

Frankly, there is no way to predict which squad is going to come out strong and vice versa. All the teams have talent, so a lot of surprises can happen. In writing that, Colombian fans have to be pleased with being placed in Group C.

The squad representing the South American nation of Colombia, with or without their star striker Radamel Falcao, should advance out of the group. Group C also consists of Greece, Cote D’Ivoire, and Japan. Colombia will be the favorites to advance out of the group and could be a force come the knockout stages. It certainly helps that this year’s tournament will be played on South American soil.

The Colombian squad will feature Faryd Mondragon, who is set to turn 43 during the tournament on June 21. He is a backup keeper, but we shall see if the long time member of the national squad will see any minutes at the tournament. The team has a lot of talent, including Juan Cuadrado, a player to watch during the 2014 World Cup. If Falcao can get fit in time after a knee injury in January, he’ll be a key member for the club. Here.2014 FIFA World Cup Preview: SpainThe spanish giants are the defending champion of the biggest tournament in the world, and they are hoping their talents will again lead them to the promised land. Here is a prev.2014 FIFA World Cup Preview: MexicoMexico has never won the FIFA World Cup, but that doesn’t mean fans of the squad won’t have high hopes at this year’s tournament in Brazil. Mexico find themselves in Group A alo.2010 FIFA World Cup Schedule for USA TeamThe 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is about to begin. Soccer team and want to watch their World Cup games and find out the results, here are.2014 FIFA World Cup Preview: AustraliaThey are one of the underdogs of the FIFA World Cup, but that doesn’t mean the squad representing Australia doesn’t have a shot at glory.

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