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World Cup 2010 Day 3: World Cup Buzz Podcast

wc buzz2 World Cup 2010 Day 3: World Cup Buzz Podcast

Germany trounced Australia in their World Open opener. Ghana because the first Africa team to win, while Slovenia moved to the top of Group C. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz podcast, myself, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishanaiyer review Sunday’s action and look for want to Mondays matches while taking time to get an update on Group C.


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One Response to World Cup 2010 Day 3: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. Fan says:

    Krishnaiyer was in rare form on the actual soccer- really good with one really important exception.

    The suck up commentary to the USSF/MLS about the TV ratings. Dude, chill out. We’ve had high ratings for games before only to find MLS, your stinking second division and soccer at all levels ignored a month later. This is not a watershed. How many times do people like you proclaim the sport has arrived? Seriously, just enjoy the moment and not exaggerate every little bump in media coverage saying we are mainstream. We will never be mainstream.

    As for Laurence and his Aussie pick, oh vey.

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World Cup 2010 Day 3: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Germany trounced Australia in their World Open opener. Ghana because the first Africa team to win, while Slovenia moved to the top of Group C. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz podcast, myself, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishanaiyer review Sunday’s action and look for want to Mondays matches while taking time to get an update on Group C.

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