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Tim Vickery Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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On this episode of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Richard Farley discusses with Tim Vickery the South American teams who will be competing in the 2010 World Cup. Also discussed is the Albiceleste viability of Esteban Cambiasso as well as dissecting the five South American teams who qualified for South Africa from CONMEBOL. Can Brazil win another World Cup? Can Argentina keep it together? That and more on this episode.

Also, don’t forget to catch the two first episodes of the World Cup Buzz Podcast released earlier this week featuring interviews with Andy Brassell and Raphael Honigstein. Coming up tomorrow will be an interview with Martin Tyler followed by Friday’s interview with Simon Kuper.


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Tim Vickery Interview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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On this episode of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Richard Farley discusses with Tim Vickery the South American teams who will be competing in the 2010 World Cup. Also discussed is the Albiceleste viability of Esteban Cambiasso as well as dissecting the five South American teams who qualified for South Africa from CONMEBOL. Can Brazil win another World Cup? Can Argentina keep it together? That and more on this episode.

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