So Long, World Cup

It’s hard to believe that the World Cup is already over.  And with Germany coming out on top, what a lot of fun it has been.  We’ve had thirteen bloggers covering the ups and downs of the event since the beginning, and we wanted to take a moment to thank all of them for writing and all of you for reading and commenting.

We ended up with a total of 60 World Cup posts (which you can still find here if you just want to keep reliving the event) with Joshua Burns as our blogging superstar with over 18 percent of the posts.  Here here.  Thank you so much guys!

If you’d like to continue to follow any of our World Cup writers, head over to their blogs and twitter feeds and profiles and say hello!  (You’ll find their information below.)

Photo: Pin-Ji watching Germany vs Algeria

Photo: Pin-Ji watching Germany vs Algeria

Representing from Singapore: Pin-Ji Tang.  Twitter: @iampinch

Morning Selfie by Eliud Mwangi

Morning Selfie by Eliud Mwangi

Representing from Kenya: Eliud Mwangi.  Twitter: @EliudMwangi3 Blog eliudmwangi.blogspot.de

This photo was taken by me during the first match, that’s my cousin Marjorie and my friend Clara. (Jessica Barra)

This photo was taken by me during the first match, that’s my cousin Marjorie and my friend Clara. (Jessica Barra)

Representing from Brazil: Jessica Barra.

Ian SchneiderRepresenting from the United States: Ian Schneider. Twitter: @EN541

Joshua BurnsRepresenting from the United States: Joshua Burns.

2_convertedRepresenting from Chile: Danya Gonzalez.

Steffan Pedersen

Representing from the United States: Steffan Pedersen. Twitter: @steffanpedersen
www.steffanpedersen.com

Matt Lines

Representing from the UK: Matt Lines. Twitter: @inmanicputer

Julia

Representing from Scotland: Julia Paterson. Twitter: @juliapaterson

YuriRepresenting from Brazil: Yuri Damasceno.

Photo courtesy Raul Espinoza

Photo courtesy Raul Espinoza

Representing from Costa Rica: Raul Espinoza. Twitter: @popotuo

Momen01Representing from Egypt: Momen Mamdouh. Twitter: @momenovic Facebook: momen.mamdouh1

And a special thanks to Vanessa Abel of Leather and Abel for jumping in with a few blogs.  (Twitter: @leatherandabel)

By | 2017-03-21T23:16:52+00:00 July 21st, 2014|FIFA World Cup 2014, Football, General, Soccer|2 Comments

About the Author:

Nicolette Stewart is a freelance writer based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She discusses books at www.bookpunks.com and life in Germany and tiny houses at www.clickclackgorilla.com. Find her on Twitter @bookpunks

2 Comments

  1. Steffan July 21, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    Great experience writing for YG and connecting with fellow bloggers and footies! Thank you for the opportunity, and I look forward to keeping touch.

    PS. May I ask that you put my website with my picture and Twitter? It is http://www.steffanpedersen.com thank you!

  2. Alexander Fallier July 21, 2014 at 7:41 pm

    @Steffan: yes, let’s keep in touch. The website link is done.

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