Browsing Julio Cesar

Penalty Shootouts Turn Goalkeepers Into National Heroes

Posted on 30 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

The rules of a penalty shootout are simple: It’s all about the kicker. The goalkeeper can only gain something from it if he makes a save. He can’t lose if he concedes. National heroes are born from these moments. Suddenly, Brazil remembered just how important Julio Cesar is. Costa Rica introduced Keylor Navas to the world. More

11 Best Memes of Brazil Knocking Chile Out of the World Cup

Posted on 29 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

While there’s nothing really fair about a penalty shootout, someone has to lose and go home. Brazil weren’t the better team in the match, but Chile hit the crossbar and the post at the wrong time. Combined with a great performance from Julio Cesar when it mattered the most, and we have the host nation moving on to the next round. More

Transfer Rumors 2013 – Arsenal Will Sign Julio Cesar

Posted on 29 Jun, 2013, by in Soccer

It’s hard to believe Julio Cesar will spend next season playing for a second-tier club, so Arsenal, looking to bring in some competition to the goalkeeper position, are once again trying to sign the Brazilian. More

Transfer Rumors 2013 – Arsenal Close to Sign Julio Cesar

Posted on 1 Jun, 2013, by in Soccer

Some reports already suggest that Julio Cesar has left QPR and signed with Arsenal on a two-year deal which keeps him in the Premier League after being relegated with Rangers despite showing some good form since his arrival last summer. More

Tottenham Looking for Goalkeeprs – Julio Cesar? Hugo Lloris?

Posted on 11 Aug, 2012, by in Soccer

Trying to keep Luka Modric isn’t all the Tottenham are doing this summer. Chasing goalkeepers, feeling that reliable yet not too extraordinary Brad Friedel, already 41, is also part of the off-season. Hugo Lloris seems unreachable and too expensive, but Julio Cesar isn’t. More

Transfer Rumors 2012 – Julio Cesar to Arsenal or Tottenham

Posted on 27 Jul, 2012, by in Soccer

Like plenty of things involving Inter, Julio Cesar’s form deteriorated once Jose Mourinho made his exit and left to Real Madrid. Now it seems the Brazilian goalkeeper, once to be considered as the best in the world by some, has no future with the club he’s been with for 7 seasons, getting teams like Arsenal and Tottenham to show some interest, meanwhile looking into the Hugo Lloris option. More

The Top Five Goalkeepers in the World – 2011 Edition

Posted on 4 Jan, 2011, by in Featured

It’s a new year, and it’s time to give you our take on who the best soccer players in the world are right now. So to kick it off, here are the top 5 goalkeepers in the world. More

Netherlands – Brazil, Afterthoughts

Posted on 2 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

After both teams have been criticized during the tournament for playing dull and un-imaginative football, far from the traditions both nations’ sides have shown in the past, Dunga’s “European” style didn’t work against a Netherlands team that have won every match during this tournament but have been far from impressive during those four wins. More

The Top Five Goalkeepers in the World

Posted on 26 Dec, 2009, by in Soccer

Christmas means it’s hibernation in most of the European leagues except for the never-resting Premiership, but it also means it’s time for The Top & The Best lists. Here at we sat down and decided to choose the Top 5 players in soccer today in several positions, beginning today with those guys in weird-colored shirts, the best goalkeepers in the world entering 2010. More

Brazil Beat Argentina 3-1, Clinch 2010 World Cup Spot

Posted on 5 Sep, 2009, by in Soccer

Brazil clinch their place in South Africa for the 2010 World Cup as they beat Argentina 3-1 in Rosario, putting Maradona’s side in big trouble for the remainder of the qualifying campaign. More