Tag: World Cup 2014


Do looks and talent go hand in hand for World Cup stars?

Now that the dust has settled on another World Cup, the questions have begun about such things as where England can improve and if a new era of German dominance at international level has started. Fans and pundits


CGI-filled World Cup montage will help ease your post-cup pain

The World Cup is over. It’s been gone a while now but the realisation that it won’t be returning for another four years is only just perhaps sinking in for many. It was a brilliant tournament filled with excitement, incide


Football: the African affinity

The phrase “football is in our blood” features as one of the most prominent clichés related to the sport when describing the affinity a region, community or country has with it. However, this cliché does immense justice t


World Cup highlights turned into outstanding animation

The World Cup is over, the fan park is being packed away and the chirpy Germans are on their way home. It’s been a great tournament that has had everything in terms of drama and entertainment, with a vast array


Funny video reenacting the highlights from the World Cup final

This summer, William Lawson’s helped a bunch of fans create a ballsy alternative to the usual hype and hysteria surrounding the World Cup in Brazil and it’s been excellent. As soon as any iconic moment occurred, shortly a


Russian comedian Vitaly Zdorovetskiy’s World Cup final streak

There seems to be have been a serious shortage of streakers during the World Cup in Brazil. Of course we don’t condone it, but it certainly adds a bit of entertainment during a dull five or ten minutes in a


Germany: worthy World Cup winners

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past 24 hours, I’m sure you’re fully aware of the fact that Germany are now world champions after defeating Lionel Messi’s Argentina 1-0 in the World Cup final and, in my


The No Rules Cup: hilarious video reenacting the best goals of the World Cup

This summer, William Lawson’s are helping a bunch of real fans create a ballsy alternative to the usual hype and hysteria surrounding football. All the best and worst moments of this summer’s action are being recreated in


Beautiful: Samuel Eto’o shares emotional hug with young Cameroon fan

Cameroon’s miserable World Cup campaign ended with a 4-1 thumping against hosts Brazil which undoubtedly left their supporters feeling pretty glum, despite being in a tough group. Star man Samuel Eto’o clearly feels t


TV maths whiz picks Chile for World Cup glory

Before a ball was kicked in Brazil, few would have guessed that the entertaining yet flawed Chilean side, managed by Jorge Sampaoli, would stand much of a chance of getting through the group stage. Coming up against


It’s all about adopting a second World Cup team

As you may have heard, there’s a World Cup on. And while for most of us that means rallying behind our home nation, there’s no hiding the fact we all love to adopt a second team during the greatest tournament


Is there anyone who isn’t enjoying the World Cup?

The World Cup in Brazil. The controversy, the constant worry over stadiums, the political issues and the debate surrounding various squad selections and potential favourites for the competition. It had it all and could’ve let us do


Lionel Messi’s stunning winner against Iran turned into brilliant animation

There have been some memorable moments during the World Cup so far and, with the list continuing to grow, we’re in for a superb rest of the tournament. Arguably one of the standout goals from Brazil, especially at the m


Spain: tiki-taka testimonial

Last Wednesday night Spain, the current world champions, were the first team to be knocked out of the 2014 World Cup after losing 2-0 to Chile in a match which forced a worldwide reaction because it was undoubtedly


World Cup 2014: Robin van Persie’s brilliant diving header turned into flipbook

The World Cup is off with a bang and has already delivered some thoroughly entertaining games, full of memorable moments. Of the lot, Netherlands hammering holders Spain 5-1 immediately springs to mind. Nobody exp