Uruguay and Liverpool star Luis Suarez may have exited the World Cup in disgrace after biting Italian player Giorgio Chiellini, but the incident is proving an inspiration for mobile app developers.
Fangs but no thanks. Liverpool and Uruguay striker Luis Suárez got a four-month ban this week after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder during their World Cup clash – the third time Suárez has been caught naughtily gnawing on an opponent. So how do fictional screen biters measure up to the chompy, chipmunk-faced footballer?
Tottenham are set to beat Liverpool to the signing of Southampton's Dejan Lovren, and could complete a deal by as early as next week.
Cagliari Sporting Director Nicola Salerno has revealed that big clubs in England are tracking Davide Astori - a player linked with Manchester United, Tottenham and Leeds United.
The Vice-President of Mexican club Pachuca has confirmed that bids have been received for Everton and Tottenham target Enner Valencia.
Two of the tournament's most impressive left backs have both been tipped to join Brendan Rodgers' Anfield revolution.
When Phil Harrow drowned his sorrows following the Costa Rica victory that sent England home from the World Cup on Friday, he had to drink deeper than most fans.
Which names will capture the imagination? The World Cup has given us some memorable names over the years. Who are the contenders this year?
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was covering Costa Rica World Cup Group stage match against Uruguay for French TV station TFI.
‘It was utterly unexpected, historic and inexplicable,’ Jeff Z. Klein wrote in the New York Times. ‘Germany,’ he continued, ‘obliterated host Brazil, 7-1.’
An analysis of the birth dates of all 736 footballers at the World Cup reveals that a surprisingly large number of teammates share the same birthday, and that seven were born on Valentines' Day