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Guide for 2014 FIFA World Cup

Posted On Monday, 9th December 2013

Fifa 2014Watch the full guide for next year’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil. 

GROUP A
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
112/06 17:00Sao PauloBrazil-Croatia
213/06 13:00NatalMexico-Cameroon
1717/06 16:00FortalezaBrazil-Mexico
1818/06 18:00ManausCameroon-Croatia
3323/06 17:00BrasiliaCameroon-Brazil
3423/06 17:00RecifeCroatia-Mexico
GROUP B
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
313/06 16:00SalvadorSpain-Netherlands
413/06 18:00CuiabaChile-Australia
1918/06 16:00Rio De JaneiroSpain-Chile
2018/06 13:00Porto AlegreAustralia-Netherlands
3523/06 13:00CuritibaAustralia-Spain
3623/06 13:00Sao PauloNetherlands-Chile
GROUP C
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
514/06 13:00Belo HorizonteColombia-Greece
614/06 22:00RecifeCôte d’Ivoire-Japan
2119/06 13:00BrasiliaColombia-Côte d’Ivoire
2219/06 19:00NatalJapan-Greece
3724/06 16:00CuiabaJapan-Colombia
3824/06 17:00FortalezaGreece-Côte d’Ivoire
GROUP D
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
714/06 16:00FortalezaUruguay-Costa Rica
814/06 18:00ManausEngland-Italy
2319/06 16:00Sao PauloUruguay-England
2420/06 13:00RecifeItaly-Costa Rica
3924/06 13:00NatalItaly-Uruguay
4024/06 13:00Belo HorizonteCosta Rica-England
GROUP E
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
915/06 13:00BrasiliaSwitzerland-Ecuador
1015/06 16:00Porto AlegreFrance-Honduras
2520/06 16:00SalvadorSwitzerland-France
2620/06 19:00CuritibaHonduras-Ecuador
4125/06 16:00ManausHonduras-Switzerland
4225/06 17:00Rio De JaneiroEcuador-France
GROUP F
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
1115/06 19:00Rio De JaneiroArgentina-Bosnia-Herzegovina
1216/06 16:00CuritibaIran-Nigeria
2721/06 13:00Belo HorizonteArgentina-Iran
2821/06 18:00CuiabaNigeria-Bosnia-Herzegovina
4325/06 13:00Porto AlegreNigeria-Argentina
4425/06 13:00SalvadorBosnia-Herzegovina-Iran
GROUP G
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
1316/06 13:00SalvadorGermany-Portugal
1416/06 19:00NatalGhana-USA
2921/06 16:00FortalezaGermany-Ghana
3022/06 18:00ManausUSA-Portugal
4526/06 13:00RecifeUSA-Germany
4626/06 13:00BrasiliaPortugal-Ghana

 

GROUP H
MatchDate – TimeVenueResults
1517/06 13:00Belo HorizonteBelgium-Algeria
1617/06 18:00CuiabaRussia-Korea Republic
3122/06 13:00Rio De JaneiroBelgium-Russia
3222/06 16:00Porto AlegreKorea Republic-Algeria
4726/06 17:00Sao PauloKorea Republic-Belgium
4826/06 17:00CuritibaAlgeria-Russia

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Boro says:

    WORDS OF CAUTION TO AKWASI APPIAH
    Finally, the ball is in our court and I think, I agree with AA when he said it all boils down to preparation. What I will like to add though is commitment, stamina, prevention of naivety (concentration at all time) and our technical bench.
    PREPARATION
    Physical
    I think we need to prepare well physically to give us the stamina we need. The members of the BS team should on individual basis begin to work on their stamina so that they can go all out during the tournament should they be selected. The Ghanaian players to avoid any lackadaisical attitudes in each of the 90 minutes they will play.
    Psychology
    Players of the BS team should begin to put it in their minds that they are going out there to win each and every match no matter the pedigree of the opposing teams. I mean “the can do spirit”. The Ghanaian psychologist needs to begin working on the team right now!!!
    TECHNICAL BENCH
    Possible Oppositions
    First of all, with the draws out I think the video analyst should begin to look out for the shortfalls of all the teams we have been paired with and AA work out good strategies to map out these teams like he did to Egypt. He must choose teams with similar strategies for our international friendly games and try these strategies base on the strong and weaknesses of these teams to see how those strategies will work. Going forwards AA should know that there is possibility that the teams we are going to meet might be able to either passes the ball than us or try to catch us on swift counter attacks or surprise us with long passes. There can also be a situation where opposing teams might try to get set pieces in dangerous positions or even cause numerical disadvantage. In the mist of all these in AA’s mind how is he going to map out a strategy to avoid all these problems? For instance, in the return match against Egypt his strategy of swift counter attack did not work well. Although we got a consolation goal through that in the dying minute of the match, I think that strategy was not well executed. How is he going to correct that?
    Concentration
    If I am to remind AA of the 2006 world cup in Germany, we lost to Brazil by three goals. In that match we had more possession of the ball than the Brazilians however; it only took two piercing passes from Ronaldinho which caught our defense flat and sleeping. In fact, such passes threatened our defense throughout that game. How is AA going to prevent such technical disability from happening to this team?
    Lessons learned?
    In our match against Egypt in Kumasi although we won that match 6-1 against Egypt, AA made a basic mistake which when made in the world cup could cause us a red card and therefore numerical disadvantage. This is the foul committed by Rashid Sumaila which caused us the penalty. In the first place I think it was a red card offense and when he escaped what AA should have done was to substitute him. In the big stage like the world cup what the opposing team will do is always try to attack through him to commit another bookable offence. Had RS attracted the red card could BS have won by that margin?
    I must also state that the continuing turning of one of the most skillful players in the team into a defender in the person of Kwadwo Asamoah is not helping the team. He should rather find a player who can do his work at the left back position well to free KA rather than the current approach.
    Ghana’s Group
    With our group for this coming 2014 world cup, I think it is a good group for us, if we really want to go farther than the previous world cups. Unless, we are just there to add to the numbers because it is the toughest of all the groups and if we are able to sail through in this group “Isha Allah” we can be sure of reaching the semis and then to the final. After all, as the saying goes “one need to be better than good in order to compete with the best of the world”
    Wish you well AA.





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