Soccerlens Podcast Episode #4, a history of World Cup worries, Guus Hiddink gets a little discombobulated, and more

While you see how Brazil stars get amped up about World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Peru, get caught up on the stories in an international-centric roundup. I’m guessing my invitation got lost in the mail somewhere between continents…

Soccerlens Podcast: All About the World Cup

The fourth episode of the Soccerlens Podcast features host Stephen Darwin and special guests Gary Andrews and Daryl Grove discussing several topics relating to World Cup 2010.

World Cup Catastrophes

From safety to stadiums, there are many concerns about World Cup 2010. But it’s not the first World Cup where there was something significant to fret about in the pre-tournament buildup.

So, Who Does Arshavin Play For?

Earlier this week, Guus Hiddink made a slip of the tongue in reference to Andrei Arshavin that may well be a sign that his double duty is catching up to him.

South African Team Forced to Abandon Training for Ad

Thanks to a lack of communication, South Africa’s Wednesday training had a bit of an unexpected (and likely unwanted) interruption.

Lesser of Two Evils?

Don’t want to watch England play Slovakia and Ukraine? There are alternatives, most of which are much better than the one you’ll see here.

Weekend Babe(s): World Cup 2006 Babes

With World Cup qualifiers being contested around the world over the next few days, I thought it’d be nice to take a look back at the most luscious ladies from World Cup 2006 in Germany.

Pro Vercelli Return to Serie A

This one doesn’t have anything to do with international football, but it gets a special mention because this is a personal favorite. If you haven’t checked out Brian’s tales of his tenure at Pro Vercelli in FM, do so right now. He’s conquered the lower divisions, now it’s time to take on the best of the best in Italian football.

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South African team forced to abandon training for sponsor's ad