While you were working

2014-06-24 14:35
Pepe and Thomas Mueller (AFP)
Cape Town - If the Soccer World Cup was a city, it would definitely claim New York's nickname for being the city that never sleeps.

While you were working, the Soccer World Cup was working. Working on generating hundreds of stories to entertain the fans as they wait for the next round of matches.

Here is today's selection the best SWC stories:
 
Liverpool have been rocked by new speculation that Luis Suarez could be leaving. 
Speaking of transfer rumours, here is the Transfer Rumour Roundup. 

Luiz Felipe Scolari is not excited about facing Chile in the Round of 16. 

England boss Roy Hodgson has rung the changes ahead of the Costa Rica clash. Will his changes earn England an unlikely first win? 

Speaking of the England boss, Michael Owen wants Gary Neville to take over when Roy leaves his post. 

Spain have finally won a game. Too little too late as far as the fans of Spain are concerned. 

Louis Van Gaal has got the midas touch, as his substitutions earned Netherlands a win against Chile.

Follow Sport24’s LIVE and interactive match updates for all of tonight’s games.

At 6pm, Group D is decided, who will join England on the plane trip home?

Costa Rica v England

Italy v Uruguay

At 10pm, the fate of teams in Group C teams will be determined. Can Ivory Coast advance?

Greece v Ivory Coast

Japan v Colombia



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Brazilian superstar Neymar's brain activity while dancing past opponents is less than 10 percent the level of amateur players.
England's dismal SWC campaign in Brazil was doubly disappointing for Britain's pub operators, prompting soccer fans to stay at home.
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