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2014-06-19 12:22
Cape Town - Soccer news is flying off the "shelves" and Sport24 doesn't want you to miss out on any of the must know SWC news.

This start to the Soccer World Cup has been unbelievable and things are only getting better.

At first it was thought that when Portuguese defender Pepe headbutted Thomas Meuller it was bad but as this SWC is proving to be bigger and better, along comes Benoit Assou-Ekotto who goes one step further and headbutts his own teammate Benjamin Moukandjo. Read the reaction to the incident here

Did you see Costa Rica's Joel Campbell and his post goal celebration? Click here to find out what he did. Is this soccer or "dancing with the stars"?

So what happens when you make history for all the wrong reasons? Make excuses? Sergio Ramos disagrees...

Portugal got thrashed by Germany but it looks like that bad news doesn't stop there for them. Click here to see the news that could derail the Portuguese.

Iker Casillas, Diego Costa, CR7, Fred and Samuel Eto'o have all been labelled Soccer World Cup flops. Is Wayne Rooney about to join this bunch? His coach doesn't think so.

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New Brazil coach Dunga has cited Nelson Mandela as an inspiration on taking the reins of the national side for a second time.
The Brazilian Football Confederation have appointed Dunga as Brazil's national coach, replacing Luiz Felipe Scolari.
Germany's Soccer World Cup-winning coach Joachim Loew is to be made an honorary citizen of his hometown of Schoenau im Schwarzwald.
Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, putting a miserable World Cup behind him, declared himself fit and ready to go.
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