Michael Davies, our resident Brit, usually loves the British Open. But he found nine reasons he's never loved the final day less.
Full disclosure: Michael Davies does not know enough about football to write a real World Cup final preview.
Germany is out and Michael Davies is in bliss.There will be no Germany or Brazil in the World Cup final for the first time since 1978.
Michael Davies is against the English football media, last-second penalty kicks and World Cup games decided by shootouts.
After the crushing defeat to Ghana, Michael Davies says not to despair: Football will not fail in the U.S.
There was little singing and definitely no goals from the U.S. in its crushing loss to the Czechs. Michael Davies has the minute-by-minute rundown of the match.
While flying down the autobahn, Michael Davies dreams of sausages, luxury cars and the World Cup's best goals so far.
Michael Davies has kissed the tarmac. He's in Germany for the World Cup opener. Let the football begin.
Before heading to Germany for the World Cup, Michael Davies tells us about his Man Cave and, of course, makes his pick to win it all.
Although his prediction about "yellow" nearly proved true, Page 2's Michael Davies still sank into a deep coma watching the final round of the British Open.
Running out of topics ahead of the Brazil-Turkey semifinal, Page 2's Michael Davies decides to just watch football.
As Page 2's Michael Davies goes through football withdrawal, he wonders where God will shine his light next. Will it be on women at the Buraisen bar, the South Korean team or the top of Davies' new haircut?
Page 2's Michael Davies stands up for the beleagured World Cup referees and dreams of a conversation with football legend Pele.
Page 2's Michael Davies is awaken by the mysterious Wade and gets his mates' help to track his missing cell phone.
Despite the double heartbreak of England and the U.S. team getting knocked out on the same day, Page 2's Michael Davies sees bright futures for both squads.
England falls nine goals short of Page 2's Michael Davies' dream, but the end result against Denmark was still very satisfying.