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World Cup 2010 Day 13: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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It was a glorious day for the United States and England, who move on from the World Cup’s Group C in first and second place. This weekend, they will meet Ghana and Germany, respectively – the two teams that qualify for the knockout rounds from Group D. To talk about that, and Thursday’s action (Groups E and F) I’m joined by Laurence McKenna for this addition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast.


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9 Responses to World Cup 2010 Day 13: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. Ralph says:

    Is there anywhere on your site that shows the predictions that the podcast announcers have made vs the final results? It seems that Kartik is off more often than the others, but we should see a score!

  2. England wont pass the Argies, thats about it where they go

  3. Mizzy says:

    Here’s a bit of feeback, for the site (not the podcast), how about talking about the USA? We won our game yesterday. We won our group. And yet, all the stories on EPL talk are about Defoe’s goal. Terry’s missed header. And an interview with Paul Scholes.

    Whats up?

  4. amorto says:

    Where was Kartik today? did he celebrate the USA victory too hard????
    Great result for the USA, pretty ho-hum from England.

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World Cup 2010 Day 13: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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It was a glorious day for the United States and England, who move on
from the World Cup’s Group C in first and second place. This weekend,
they will meet Ghana and Germany, respectively – the two teams that
qualify for the knockout rounds from Group D. To talk about that, and
Thursday’s action (Groups E and F) I’m joined by Laurence McKenna for
this addition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast.

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