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  1. England – You’re Going Home

    The first half had ended with the crowd chanting “We’re not going home”. After the second half – I think if England play even another minute like they did in the second 45 minutes (apart from the Gerrard goal), they …


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  2. Germany Stamp Their Class

    After Argentina and Spain, count Germany as one of the serious contenders for the World Cup. It’s a sad deal that they are bound to meet Argentina in the quarter finals where they could easily lose – after today’s controlling …


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  3. Eriksson vs Sweden?

    I have to admit…Eriksson is not much of a tactician. Let’s look at his predictions. If Eriksson is to be believed…

  4. Ribery Wants To Go To Lyon

    According to Tuesday’s issue of Le Parisien, France midfielder Franck Ribery has said that he does not want to play for Marseille any more and that he wants to move to Lyon.

  5. Liverpool in for Bellamy

    After selling Morientes to Valencia and with Cisse breaking his leg, Liverpool have been short on strikers and are desperate to add to the front line (Crouch and Robbie Fowler will never strike fear into an opposition’s hearts, no matter …


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  6. Spain Turns It On

    What can you say about Spain? Australia have already done the amazing comeback feat of scoring 3 goals after being 1-down, but where the Aussies hit Japan hard, Spain broke Tunisia down through the football version of Chinese torture.

  7. United Watch – Finally Some Goals

    The last couple of days have seen Ruud van Nistelrooy, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ji-Sung Park finally score, bring Manchester United’s goal-scoring tally for the 2006 World Cup up to an impressive 3. And I would laugh if I were you …


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  8. Transfer News During The World Cup

    (Updated on 19th June) The search for for United’s summer recruits continues, with news now linking Javier Macherano (Corinthians), Fernando Torres (Atletico Madrid) and Dida (AC Milan) to the Red Devils.

  9. Most Players At The World Cup

    After finding out that Arsenal and Chelsea have 15 players each at the 2006 World Cup you might be fooled into thinking that the clubs are on an equal footing. You’d be pretty wrong. The truth is that while Chelsea …


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