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  1. Steven Gerrard Lucozade ad

    The energy and sports drink Lucozade sent two guys to sneak up on Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard with a video camera to capture his secret of the powerful long range shots he pulls off so often. Well, since …


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  2. New Zealand vs. Slovenia – Preview

    International Friendly: New Zealand vs. Slovenia Venue: Ljudski Stadium, Maribor, Slovenia Kick off: Friday 4th May 5:45pm(GMT) Capacity: 12,435 Threat of injury worries Herbert All Whites coach Ricki Herbert is expected to name the same starting line up that beat Serbia …


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  3. We’re on the march with Ally’s Army

    I knew one thing – Scotland were going to win the cup. How did I know that? Because Rod Stewart told me (well, not me personally) on Top of the Pops when introducing Andy Cameron and the Scottish World Cup Squad singing “Ally’s Army”. They were going to Argentina and they were going to win the World Cup. I didn’t see Germany, France or Holland on TOTP so I assumed they would not be even challenging. After all the concept of “hype” does not exist to an 8 year old.


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  4. Maradona to strip for Argentina?

    In Argentina, there is one psychologist or psychiatrist for every 1000 people. Most Argentineans think it would take a doctor to understand the team selections of Argentina boss, Diego Maradona. Especially his strange decision to leave out Inter Milan defensive …


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  5. Group D: Deutschland Über Alles

    Blog readers, football fans, sod it, people of the world… We all owe Kevin Prince Boateng a pint. Thanks to his awful tackle in the FA Cup final, Germany are in this tournament without their chief playmaker, and of course …


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  6. Sex trade at the World Cup

    The World Cup kicks off in exactly 7 days, and hundreds of thousands of football fans will descend on South Africa to celebrate a once-in-a-lifetime event. However, where there are tourists looking to have a good time, there are also …


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  7. Who will be the top African nation?

    It is only in recent times that African nations have risen to prominence on football’s World stage, most notably thorough their performances at the World Cup. Apart from Egypt’s participation in the 1934 tournament, it was not until 1970 when …


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  8. ‘Gola Mondo’ – Guardian World Cup ad

    The Guardian and the Observer are going for an extensive online coverage of the 2010 World Cup. They will be producing World Cup guides, wall-charts, match day programs, daily podcasts, match reports and 32 bloggers from every competing nation around …


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  9. Manchester United 2009/2010 Season Review

    Chelsea are the champions. Congrats to them… now piss off, this is a Manchester United review, no more shit about Chelsea. I still remember the unease I felt after the opening day unconvincing win over Birmingham thanks to a solitary …


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