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Required Reading for World Cup Fans

international soccer ball Required Reading for World Cup Fans

There’s no better time to be a football fan than right now. On the eve of the World Cup, the choices of what to watch and read are almost endless.

For example, you’ have to read this one about the battle between Adidas and Puma, and how it’s split a German town in two, literally. Or, how about a very interesting twist (I promise) on Wayne Rooney’s broken bones? Even if you’re sick of hearing about Roo, this story will open your eyes.

Two more great examples of BBC Sport coverage.


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