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  1. 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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  2. ‘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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  3. 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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  4. Nando’s World Cup ad beats Nike’s

    If you thought Nike’s ‘Write the Future’ ad was the best, then this Nando’s ad is the shit! They have broken all barriers of good advertisement. Who could’ve thought putting chicken and boobs in an ad for a football World …


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  5. Cesena’s Fairytale

    My grandmother’s house is on the other side of the street from the Stadio Dino Manuzzi in Cesena, Italy. Every weekend she hears the screams of the fans, cheering their team on. But none of the weekly shouts could compare …


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  6. Rooney sneaks on a Tiger beer

    While watching a game at Old Trafford from one of the VIP boxes, Manchester United ace and England’s only hope at the World Cup, Wayne Rooney sneaked in on a glass of beer that a waiter brought. Unfortunately for him, …


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  7. Liverpool ask Rafa to leave

    It’s finally happened. For several seasons Rafa had the backing of Liverpool fans and seemed untouchable, especially given the unpopularity of the American owners. But a dismal perfomance in the league and Europe has seen his support erode drastically, and …


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