Fulham manager Felix Magath says he might not even bother watching Sunday's World Cup final between Germany and Argentina since he sees the outcome as a foregone conclusion.
In the latest episode of our free World Cup podcast, Tom and Dom welcome Alan and esteemed producer Simon to Bradford.
Alan tries to score some free Astroturf boots (size 10, 10 and -a-half please, Herr Adidas) and then talk turns to the World Cup semi-finals and Sunday's final.
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Brazil star Neymar could not hold back the tears as he revealed he had come within a few inches of being paralysed.
Police in Rio de Janeiro have declared Ray Whelan, the English director of FIFA's ticket and hospitality partners MATCH, to be "a fugitive" after they attempted to re-arrest him as part of an investigation into ticket touting.
Javier Mascherano suffered a painful and highly embarrassing injury to keep Argentina's World Cup dreams alive.
Brazil's sports minister has called for an inquiry to find out the "root causes of the disaster" after the 7-1 World Cup semi-final defeat by Germany.
Ron Vlaar insists he will not dwell on his costly penalty miss in Holland's World Cup semi-final defeat to Argentina.
Sergio Aguero thinks Argentina have proved a lot of people wrong by reaching the World Cup final.