No, Neymar Can't Come Back This World Cup. That Could Paralyze Him.

To the surprise of very many, when Neymar went down in the 86th minute against Colombia on Friday, the 22-year-old striker wasn't faking. After being kneed in the back by Colombia's Juan Zúñiga, Neymar was carried off the field and taken directly to a hospital, where doctors soon discovered that he'd suffered a… » 7/07/14 12:10pm 7/07/14 12:10pm

Emotional Neymar Says He's "Sure" Brazil "Will Win"

Before leaving them for good, Neymar spoke with his teammates following the news that a fractured vertebra will keep him out of the remainder of the World Cup and then recorded a message for the rest of his country. He told the rest of Brazil that he knew his teammates would go on and win it all and they'd all be… » 7/05/14 6:40pm 7/05/14 6:40pm

The Career Of Neymar, As Told Through His Glorious Hairstyles

Neymar has been a superstar-in-the-making for over five years now, mostly due to his preternatural talent that manifested itself at a young age and never stopped growing. But it's also because of the flair and passion with which he plays the game, an emotional vulnerability that always lies just beneath the surface;… » 6/17/14 1:44pm 6/17/14 1:44pm

Neymar And Gisele Are On Vogue Brasil Cover, Aren't Butt-Ass Naked

Looks like these Mario Testino World Cup-inspired Vogue covers are officially a thing. Earlier, we got an eyeful of what Cristiano Ronaldo and Irina Shayk look like sharing a size-zero cocktail dress between the two. Who would've thought the Brazilian version featuring Neymar and Gisele Bundchen would be the more… » 5/26/14 6:17pm 5/26/14 6:17pm

Young Superstars Neymar And Gareth Bale Are The Future Of El Clásico

Tomorrow is El Clásico, a matchup between two of the biggest, most storied clubs in the world: Real Madrid and Barcelona. It's the best rivalry in sports because it's the best kind of rivalry in sports. For 90 minutes, decades of shared history, clashing politics and nationalism will intersect with soccer to create… » 10/25/13 2:52pm 10/25/13 2:52pm

Tomorrow's Brazil-Spain Confederations Cup Final Is All About Neymar

The Confederations Cup doesn't really matter. The games are scrimmages, and tomorrow's result between Brazil and Spain will have no bearing whatsoever on the World Cup. The tournament is just a dry run to make sure Brazil's stadiums and services will be able to handle next year's influx of fans. What does matter,… » 6/29/13 3:15pm 6/29/13 3:15pm