14 Twitter Accounts Every World Cup Fan Should Follow

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Twitter will be flooded with news and opinions during the 2014 World Cup. Here's a list of people who can help guide you through the mayhem.

 

15) The Official FIFA World Cup Account (@FIFAWorldCup)

 

It surely won’t be the most opinionated account, but if you’re trying to find information about match start times, results, and the latest legitimate news, this one should do. The account posts interactive links and pictures that represent all 32 participating countries, so for neutral, casual observers of the tournament, you’ve found your fix.

 

 

 

 

 

7) Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl)

 

 

 

 

 

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