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Football World Cup 2010
18-May-2010, 08:18 PM
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Football World Cup 2010
World Cup 2010

1st Round Group stage
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11-Jun South Africa v Mexico
11-Jun Uruguay v France
12-Jun Korea Republic v Greece
12-Jun Argentina v Nigeria
12-Jun England v USA
13-Jun Algeria v Slovenia
13-Jun Serbia v Ghana
13-Jun Germany v Australia
14-Jun Netherlands v Denmark
14-Jun Japan v Cameroon
14-Jun Italy v Paraguay
15-Jun New Zealand v Slovakia
15-Jun Cote d Ivoire v Portugal
15-Jun Brazil v Korea DPR
16-Jun Honduras v Chile
16-Jun Spain v Switzerland
16-Jun South Africa v Uruguay
17-Jun Argentina v Korea Republic
17-Jun Greece v Nigeria
17-Jun France v Mexico
18-Jun Germany v Serbia
18-Jun Slovenia v USA
18-Jun England v Algeria
19-Jun Netherlands v Japan
19-Jun Ghana v Australia
19-Jun Cameroon v Denmark
20-Jun Slovakia v Paraguay
20-Jun Italy v New Zealand
20-Jun Brazil v Cote d Ivoire
21-Jun Portugal v Korea DPR
21-Jun Chile v Switzerland
21-Jun Spain v Honduras
22-Jun France v South Africa
22-Jun Mexico v Uruguay
22-Jun Greece v Argentina
22-Jun Nigeria v Korea Republic
23-Jun USA v Algeria
23-Jun Slovenia v England
23-Jun Australia v Serbia
23-Jun Ghana v Germany
24-Jun Paraguay v New Zealand
24-Jun Slovakia v Italy
24-Jun Cameroon v Netherlands
24-Jun Denmark v Japan
25-Jun Korea DPR v Cote d Ivoire
25-Jun Portugal v Brazil
25-Jun Chile v Spain
25-Jun Switzerland v Honduras
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18-May-2010, 08:50 PM
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I would advise my wife to make sure the spare TV is working.
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19-May-2010, 11:06 PM
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[center]FIFA.com[/center]


The official World Cup website

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01-Jun-2010, 07:51 PM
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England's 23-man squad for the World Cup finals:

Goalkeepers:
Joe Hart (Manchester City)
David James (Portsmouth)
Robert Green (West Ham)

Defenders:
Jamie Carragher (Liverpool)
Ashley Cole (Chelsea)
Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United)
Glen Johnson (Liverpool)
Ledley King (Tottenham)
John Terry (Chelsea)
Matthew Upson (West Ham)
Stephen Warnock (Aston Villa)

Midfielders:
Gareth Barry (Manchester City)
Michael Carrick (Manchester United)
Joe Cole (Chelsea)
Steven Gerrard (Liverpool)
Frank Lampard (Chelsea)
Aaron Lennon (Tottenham)
James Milner (Aston Villa)
Shaun Wright-Phillips (Manchester City)

Forwards:
Peter Crouch (Tottenham)
Jermain Defoe (Tottenham)
Emile Heskey (Aston Villa)
Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)

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02-Jun-2010, 11:25 AM
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Brazil's squad has been announced.
BRAZILIAN SQUAD FOR WORLD CUP 2010

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02-Jun-2010, 11:27 AM
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Beaten in the Quarter Finals if they are lucky enough to get there !! [^]
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02-Jun-2010, 02:17 PM
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Big debates going on as to why Walcott hasn't gone, why Heskey is going, why Upson and not Dawson.
At the end of the day we all have opinions, but Cappello is paid a lot of money to get it right.
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13-Jun-2010, 05:14 PM
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South Africa's World Cup organising chief Danny Jordaan may ban vuvuzelas from inside stadiums after complaints from broadcasters and supporters.

The constant sound of the high-pitched horn-like instrument has so far drowned out much of the atmosphere-generating singing usually associated with games.

And Jordaan, when asked if he would get rid of them, told BBC Sport: "If there are grounds to do so, yes.

What I would add, is the sooner the better. These things are the African equivalent of clap-sticks, dished out to supporters who can't create an atmosphere by singing and cheering, so they blow these silly horns instead.
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13-Jun-2010, 09:35 PM
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When in Rome Noel when in Rome !
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13-Jun-2010, 09:46 PM
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At least that's one British spillage the Americans won't be moaning about...

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