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World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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Sunday’s highly anticipated match day featuring two great international football rivalries ended in a relative fizzle, with Germany defeating England (4-1) and Argentina defeating Mexico (3-1) by multi-goal margins. To talk about those matches and Monday’s two Round of 16 fixtures, I was joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna for this edition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast.

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8 Responses to World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. BBC says:

    Haven’t started to listen, but thanks for keeping up with this every day. I’ve got severe soccer fatigue and I don’t have to be “on” when I’m watching the game. Thanks to all you guys

    • Richard Farley says:

      Thanks, BBC!

      If we saved one person the pain of having to watch Paraguay-New Zealand, then it’s all worth while!

  2. QR says:

    Can’t wait to listen to today’s podcast, but it is not in iTunes yet. Have really enjoyed your previous casts. Keep up the good work!

  3. Chaz says:

    Another great show. In the past you guys have flattered certain unnamed football podcasts, well, Ive TRIED to listen to FR, WF P-I, etc…but I couldn’t take them for five mins, I feel too young for one and too old for the other…One sounds like its recorded in a pub…

    there is nothing as great as WC Buzz…all the right elements are there… the passion, perspective, info and a foreigner who I can understand! haha

    It’s just part of my WC day to listen before bed, compare my thoughts to the experts’, I love how often I assume Im going know exactly what Lawrence’s or, especially, Kartik’s take is going to be on an issue, only to have him throw me a curve…

    ALTHOUGH…I didn’t think England played badly at all …they looked like themselves, (not mentioning the Lampard outrage)…They banged the crossbar quite a few times, we’re talking inches away from an utterly different match….

    Maybe Im wrong but I recall being surprise by u 3′s lack of enthusiasm for Paraguay…in your original predictions…As a Forlan fan from his one-man-gang performances in the Europa League, I thought Paraguay was a legit contender… I believe this guy has a unique ability
    to take control of a match almost at will…Robben has the same knack…

    For what it’s worth…I say it will be Paraguay in the end holding that art-nouveau trophy…Im willing to bet a Football Ramble t-shirt on it!

  4. lee says:

    keep hearing about this young german team but whos young boetang,ozil,khiedra,credit to germany they can get a an 4 goal a season player like polish podolski looking like a world beater for germany

  5. lee says:

    linesman shouldve seen it simple as that, we got well beat anyway thats life

  6. lee says:

    good anaylis kartik u seem to hate english ppl ,some other elemants at work perhaps,adam johnson shouldve went an 4 5 1 gerrard behind rooney wouldnt have got us much further but it wouldve have been a better showing

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Sunday’s highly anticipated match day featuring two great international football rivalries ended in a relative fizzle, with Germany defeating England (4-1) and Argentina defeating Mexico (3-1) by multi-goal margins. To talk about those matches and Monday’s two Round of 16 fixtures, I was joined by Kartik Krishnaiyer and Laurence McKenna for this edition of the World Cup Buzz Podcast.

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