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  1. Group D Comes Down To Game Three

    Ghana and Australia played to a 1-1 draw, after a Brett Holman goal in the 11th minute, and then a goal from the penalty spot by Asamoah Gyan. The incident involved Harry Kewell – who had just returned for Australia … Continue reading

  2. What England Needs To Do

    England so far have been…poor to say the least. Still, it hasn’t been for want of effort or heart as some fans would believe. If they didn’t care then the scorelines against the United States and Algeria would have been … Continue reading

  3. Where it All Went Wrong for England

    In short: Everywhere. Though that won’t do. England’s problems were numerous and solutions are not easy to come by. It’s best to look at the team and the manager as a whole. Firstly, England played their usual tactics against Algeria … Continue reading

  4. World Cup 2010 Day 8: World Cup Buzz Podcast

    Was the United States robbed by the referee against Slovenia? Perhaps, but we were all robbed of a football match from England and Algeria, two results that overshadowed the days’ biggest surprise: the? Serbian derailing of the Nationalmannschaft. On this … Continue reading

  5. World Cup 2010 Day 8: World Cup Buzz Podcast

    Was the United States robbed by the referee against Slovenia? Perhaps, but we were all robbed of a football match from England and Algeria, two results that overshadowed the days’ biggest surprise: the? Serbian derailing of the Nationalmannschaft. On this … Continue reading

  6. World Cup 2010 Day 8: World Cup Buzz Podcsat

    Was the United States robbed by the referee against Slovenia? Perhaps, but we were all robbed of a football match from England and Algeria, two results that overshadowed the days’ biggest surprise: the​ Serbian derailing of the Nationalmannschaft. On this … Continue reading