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Oktoberfest goes global

The international fame surrounding the centuries-old Oktoberfest is seeing a myriad of sister festivals popping up all over the world, writes Vito Doria.

A culture of success

The end of Germany’s World Cup drought caps off a year of its players overcoming mental hurdles, writes Riley Beveridge.

Oktoberfest goes global

The international fame surrounding the centuries-old Oktoberfest is seeing a myriad of sister festivals popping up all over the world, writes Vito Doria.

A culture of success

The end of Germany’s World Cup drought caps off a year of its players overcoming mental hurdles, writes Riley Beveridge.

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Oktoberfest goes global

The international fame surrounding the centuries-old Oktoberfest is seeing a myriad of sister festivals popping up all over the world, writes Vito Doria.

A culture of success

The end of Germany’s World Cup drought caps off a year of its players overcoming mental hurdles, writes Riley Beveridge.

World Cupstart Review: Day 32

Germany have been crowned World Cup champions following a tense final and, according to Riley Beveridge, no one deserves it more.

World Cupstart Review: Day 31

Riley Beveridge previews the 2014 FIFA World Cup final between Germany and Argentina in his penultimate daily review.

World Cupstart Review: Day 30

Argentina are reliant on Lionel Messi, just not in the way many might have expected, writes Riley Beveridge.

World Cupstart Review: Day 29

Riley Beveridge takes a tactical look at a German side on the verge of their fourth World Cup title.

The immovable object

German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is fast becoming the most influential player at this year’s World Cup, writes Jordan Witte.

World Cupstart Review: Day 27

Riley Beveridge tries to comprehend the magnitude of Germany’s 7-1 semi final victory over Brazil in his daily wrap of the World Cup.

World Cupstart Review: Day 26

Does the 2014 FIFA World Cup represent a European team’s best chance of claiming a first title in Latin America? Riley Beveridge thinks so.

World Cupstart Review: Day 23

As Riley Beveridge reports, Brazil continued to retain the hopes of a nation by qualifying for the semi finals of the World Cup.

World Cupstart Review: Day 22

Football is back tomorrow and with the quarter finals on the horizon, there’s every reason to rejoice, writes Riley Beveridge.

Beware the undeserving winner

Luke Sale questions whether any of the remaining eight sides in the World Cup actually deserves to win it.

World Cupstart Review: Day 19

European powerhouses edged over the line against plucky African opponents in another enthralling day of World Cup action, writes Riley Beveridge.

The ‘Group of Opportunity’

Opening round matches have turned the apparent ‘Group of Death’ into something much more promising, writes Jordan Witte.

World Cupstart Review: Day 5

Thomas Muller became the first player to score a hat-trick at the 2014 World Cup and it leads Riley Beveridge’s Day 5 review.

Walking the fine line

Riley Beveridge questions whether anything but World Cup triumph will be enough for a Germany side deprived of recent success.

Youthful exuberance

With the way international football is progressing, the 2014 FIFA World Cup could be dominated by young players, writes Evan Young.

Champions League Final Preview

Ahead of the 2012/13 Champions League Final between German powerhouses Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, Paul Bastin and Paddy Naughtin offer their thoughts and predictions for the highest honour in European club football.