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World Cup 2010 Day 6: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Switzerland pulls off the first major upset of the tournament, Chile broke out the Twister and got this party (re-)started, ?while Uruguay’s awakening has South Africa on the verge of going dormant. To talk about these matches as well the matches on Thursday’s agenda, I’m joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna for this version of the World Cup Buzz podcast.

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2 Responses to World Cup 2010 Day 6: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. adidi says:

    switzerland go on……you added the spice in the dead soup of draws in the world cup

  2. Laurence is the only sane one? says:

    I stand corrected. He’s saner but also gives less cutting observations than Farley or Krishnaiyer. Honestly, good show today. Probably the first totally listenable one.

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World Cup 2010 Day 6: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Switzerland pulls off the first major upset of the tournament, Chile
broke out the Twister and got this party (re-)started, ​while Uruguay’s
awakening has South Africa on the verge of going dormant. To talk
about these matches as well the matches on Thursday’s agenda, I’m
joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna for this version of
the World Cup Buzz podcast.

Bookmark the permalink.

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