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  1. England's finest export

    Did you manage to get back to England for the Lions Play Off Final at Wembley?
    Unfortunately not. It was the only week off we had all summer so I had arrange to take the family away on hoilday to Rhodes. As you can imagine I was gutted!! I tried to swing the Mrs around to the benefits of a weekend in Bermondsey but she was having none of it as we havent been away for two years so I was hoping for an ash cloud over Greece haha!


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  2. Rooney, Gerrard are afraid of fans

    A:3K was bringing a one of a kind event for the football fans involving Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba, David Villa, Cesc Fabregas and of course England’s own Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney. But recently, A:3K announced that Rooney and Gerrard …


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  3. Football Superstars Review

    ‚ÄúSign up now for the biggest multiplayer, PvP football game ever. Go head-to-head with players and teams from around the world, competing in friendly matches, leagues and cash prize tournaments. Take your player from Sunday League unknown to International Superstar …


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  4. Watch Germany vs Argentina Live

    The purpose built Cape Town Stadium will play host to arguably the most enticing of the quarter-final ties, a tie that will see Joachim Loew‘s effervescent young German side pitted against Diego Maradona‘s well-versed, eye-catching Argentinian charges.


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  5. Watch Paraguay vs Spain Live

    There will be a distinctly Latin flavour to the fourth and final of the World Cup quarter-final match-ups, as reigning European champions Spain will battle it out with Paraguay in a clash loaded with some fairly irrelevant historic significance, although now is not the time or place to go into it.


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  6. Watch Uruguay vs Ghana Live

    One of the five South American representatives currently left in the World Cup will meet the lone remaining African standard-bearers in the second of the 2010 quarter-final ties, staged in the luxuriant surroundings of the Soccer City stadium in Joburg this coming Friday evening.


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  7. Watch Netherlands vs Brazil Live

    After respectively seeing off the threats of Slovakia and Chile in the second round, it will be Bert Van Marwijk‘s Netherlands and Dunga‘s Brazil that will contest the first of the World Cup quarter-final ties – and what a tie it promises to be.


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  8. So who is accountable for England's mess?

    Who has the best league in the world? Many will say the Premier League. Sky Sports will ram slo-mo 3D HD clips down our throat until the cows come home but we should be looking to our victors last night for the business model that works for all parties. Fans gets to see their teams in stadiums designed with them in mind and prices that would make some Blue Square Conference teams blush, they get to see attacking football played by players who have been given the opportunity to develop through their youth systems. TV games are rigidly structured in advance so that every one knows who is playing when and the media knows when to start and stop building the hype and intruding.


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