BETWEEN THE STICKS
You might think you know what to expect from a Joe Hart interview just before the World Cup... but think again
England's goalkeeper talks exclusively to Sky Sports on whether playing for England is better than sex, why he won't be reading Andrea Pirlo's book, and even Mad Men...
Why I Love The World Cup - Seaman
David Seaman tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup
"Wow, there I was, a lad from Rotherham, playing for my country in a World Cup!"
Former England goalkeeper David Seaman talks Sky Sports through the highs and lows of his international career, including letting us in on what it was like to face Ronaldinho
Ones to watch
No.8 - Iker Casillas
Fresh from lifting the Champions League trophy as captain of Real Madrid, Casillas will be aiming to get his hands on the World Cup once again. This will be the 'keeper's fourth World Cup and four years ago in South Africa he won the tournament with Spain.
Who to follow
No.8 - @Pschmeichel1
Former Denmark and Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel was one of the greatest the game has ever seen and took no prisoners. He is equally reliable on twitter, engaging with fans, sharing videos and generally having fun.
World Cup greats
No.8 - Sepp Maier
The German goalkeeper played in three World Cups between 1970 and 1978. The most memorable of these was the 1974 tournament as West Germany lifted the trophy in their own backyard. Maier kept five clean sheets in seven games.