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Tony Pulis - a Premier League manager at the World Cup

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What Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis liked, and what he learned, during his time working as a pundit in Brazil.

No Rooney? How might England look in 2018

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After their disastrous campaign in Brazil, Phil McNulty considers what the future might look like for the England team.

Top five World Cup transfer targets

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We look at five stand-out transfer targets to emerge from the World Cup finals - and five deals that were done during the tournament.

A final of joy, despair and Brazilian relief

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Argentina fans took over Rio but Germany helped Brazil escape their worst nightmare in a World Cup final to remember.

Germany 'can dominate for years'

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Germany domination, Gotze's golden goal, Messi's misery - BBC Sport's pundits discuss the key issues from the 2014 World Cup final.

World Cup final: Player ratings

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Which Germany player impressed with his high-tempo work-rate, and how will Lionel Messi's final contribution be remembered?

Who is in the pundits' team of the tournament?

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BBC Sport pundits pick their team of the tournament from the unforgettable 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil.

A-Z of an unforgettable World Cup

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Biting, brilliant volleys and jaw-dropping hammerings, BBC Sport's guide to a memorable World Cup in alphabetical form.

Will World Cup victory help Merkel?

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Germany have triumphed at the World Cup for the fourth time - but will the good will rub off on leader Angela Merkel?

Joy & tears - The 2014 World Cup in pictures

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The 2014 World Cup has drawn tears and set records, but what did it look like in pictures? BBC Sport takes a look.

The real reason why Brazil 2014 has been so open

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Major tournaments always throw up a tactical innovation and this one has been no different, explains Phil Neville.

Pinning down the one-man 'Haterazzi'

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BBC Sport's David Ornstein seeks out the quirky Tunisian photographer in Brazil who is continuing a family tradition.

Brazil 2014 greatest World Cup - BBC Sport readers

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BBC Sportsday readers have voted the 2014 World Cup in Brazil as the greatest in the tournament's history.

World Cup romance on and offline

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Brazilians' disappointment over their humbling by Germany has been tempered for some by World Cup romance - and they are not alone among international fans who have met in Brazil during the tournament.

Brazil's new nightmare leaves a nation in shock

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A home World Cup was Brazil's chance to erase the memory of the darkest day in their sporting history - instead, says Phil McNulty, they exceeded it.

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