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World Cup 2010 Day 15: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Group stage is over, with the final four survivors identified. Brazil and Spain are through, both as group winners, joined from their respective groups by Portugal and Chile. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna join me to talk about that as well as the two Round of 16 match-ups scheduled for Saturday: Uruguay-South Korea and United States-Ghana.?

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5 Responses to World Cup 2010 Day 15: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. Yank Soccer Talk says:

    Welcome to another edition of the Yank Soccer Talk Podcast starring the two most obnoxious Yanks along with a Brit who wants to be a Yank himself who talk soccer but never talk football, because they could not possibly understand it. Yank Soccer Talk is brought to you by the United States National SOCCER team, the luckiest team on the planet who thanks Rob Green and the Algerian goalkeeper for ensuring we did not look as bad as North Korea in this World Cup.

    Today on Yank Soccer Talk we discuss why we love womans soccer and how strong the Korean League is. We also look ahead to the Yanks match against Ghana and break down the strength of the Ghana League and the league in neighboring Burkina Faso.

    On Yank Soccer Talk we make up our own facts and pretend football leagues from Asia and the Americas are the best. We bash Europe and ignore the the number one football nation England, which has far and away the best league. We bash England, which has produced Champions League finalists five of the last six years, and more world class players in the last ten years than any other nation. On Yank Soccer Talk we pretend Landon Donovan and various soccer players from Japan and Mexico are better than Wayne Rooney or Steven Gerrard.

    At Yank Soccer Talk we really do not have a clue but want to give you some comic relief.

  2. Krishnaiyer and Farley talk constantly about these other leagues. What is worse is that Krishnaiyer comes on here and claims he knows more than we do because he watches the Mongolian League and the Angola Second Division. The problem is that he is a Yank and cannot possibly understand or feel the passion we do. Lecturing us about football does not good. We live it and we have the best league in the world. Why do we need a Yank to tell us about the sport we know. We do not have to watch other leagues to get good football. The USA league is a joke and I understand why Krishnaiyer and Farley would seek out good football, oh my I mean soccer from other corners of the universe. But we see the best football week in and week out in England and I have no need to watch anything else.

    • Kartik Krishnaiyer says:

      So thus any player playing outside England is not worthy of us discussing in this World Cup? What did you say in 2006 when a team full of non Premier League players won the competition? I do agree with some of the sentiment here that I probably do watch too many leagues to be considered an expert on one, and perhaps have spread myself too thin this way. Richard has some of the same tendencies. But to act as if diversity of opinions and diversity of football viewing should be discouraged when after all this is the World Cup not the FA Cup is simply silly.

  3. amorto says:

    Mr ‘Ghana must score’ – yes the Premier League is probably the strongest in the world at the moment, but is it that strong because of ENGLISH players?
    You may dismiss MLS as a Joke, but the USA looked MUCH better against Algeria and Slovenia than England did.
    Even you have to admit that Kartik & Farley know their world football and the sad thing is you are dismissing them just because they’re not from an ‘established’ football nation. As for this ‘can’t feel the passion’ crap, there is no nation in the world as crazy about sports as the USA!

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World Cup 2010 Day 15: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Group stage is over, with the final four survivors identified. Brazil and Spain are through, both as group winners, joined from their respective groups by Portugal and Chile. On this edition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast, Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna join me to talk about that as well as the two Round of 16 match-ups scheduled for Saturday: Uruguay-South Korea and United States-Ghana.​

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