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7 Ways that World Cup 2010 Will Change America

One of the things about the World Cup is that it puts the sport into perspective. With 64 games in one month, it’s easy to get a cross-section of where a country is. How well it’s doing relative to the other teams in the tournament. What the level of officiating […]

How Will You Spend Your Time After the World Cup?

The Dutch prepare for their World Cup semi, how will you prepare for life after the World Cup? Having returned home after two days away celebrating the 4th of July with family and friends, I find my humble abode in it’s normal state of comfort, totally empty of anything resembling […]

Special 1 TV – Episode 5 – What Next?

With less than a week to go before the World Cup ends, the cast of characters on Special1 TV are out of the World Cup. Fabio Capello and Wayne Rooney went home with their heads down. Sven had an early exit courtesy of Ivory Coast. But they’re all back on […]

Uruguay vs Holland Preview: World Cup Semi-Final

At the start of the World Cup, if anybody had pitted these two together at the semi-final stage, you would have been severely down in most people’s estimations. The Uruguayans were tipped to finish third behind perennial powerhouses France and the hosts South Africa, so they wouldn’t have had the […]

Buffon returns in 2011

Buffon has been troubled by his back for just about three years, and when he had to pull out of the World Cup just 45 minutes in the first match, it was time for Buffon to get an operation. Buffon was operated in Milan because of his herniated disc and […]

World Cup 2010, Netherlands-Uruguay Preview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

World Cup 2010 is down to four teams, two of which play on Tuesday in the tournament’s first semifinal. Uruguay, the surprise of the tournament, takes on a Netherlands team coming off their victory over the competition’s favorites. To talk about that match as well as answer some of the […]

Joachim Loew And The Case For Four More Years

Germany’s head coach, Joachim Loew, who served as assistant coach to Jurgen Klinsmann at the 2006 World Cup tournament in Germany, has been performing small miracles with the German national team at this summer’s World Cup tournament in South Africa. There is definitely an argument to be made about him […]

Mueller Is ‘Mad’ About Germany

Thomas Mueller was beaming with excitement after Germany’s 4-0 win against Argentina. The young German star, who scored Germany’s opening goal just minutes into Germany’s quarter-final clash against the Argentinians. Mueller, who was relatively unknown just a year ago, has now exploded onto the world football scene. At Bayern Munich […]

Genoa have Felipe but think about Eduardo

Genoa have plenty of options for their search for a keeper, while they’ve practically sealed the deal with the Corinthians keeper Felipe, they could be rethinking their plans a little bit. This is thanks to the new rule on player transfers which could hit Serie A teams, reducing the slots […]

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