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Portugal has long been admired for producing talented players, and their flair has earned them the tag of "the Brazilians of Europe."
Germany will have two of its former coaches trying to prevent it from winning Group G at the World Cup.
The question facing Portugal at the Word Cup is plain: Can Cristiano Ronaldo do for his country what Diego Maradona did for Argentina at the 1986 tournament?
When Paulo Bento was hired to salvage Portugal's calamitous qualifying campaign for the 2012 European Championship, he had only four years of experience as a top-flight coach and had quit Sporting Lisbon after failing to win a league match in two months.
Portugal national soccer team coach Paulo Bento has signed a two-year contract extension.
The Iberian peninsula's grip on the Europa League will loosen if Juventus and Basel can make good on first-leg victories and reach the semifinals of Europe's second-tier tournament.
Like sunshine and happiness or Lennon and McCartney, football and Brazil go together, each making the other better. So the first World Cup in Brazil in 64 years is bound to be special.
Louis van Gaal has had enough of being Netherlands coach.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal will train for the World Cup at a different type of football facility.