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  1. Germany Reacts To Win Over England

    After the game, interviews were held with Germany coach Joachim Loew, who praised his side’s achievement over England. Key players like Thomas Muller, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Miroslav Klose were also interviewed, and were quite jubilant about their success. Franz Beckenbauer … Continue reading

  2. So Much for the Three Lions

    I now have a new all-time favorite soccer quote.  After the English team drew against the USA and Algeria, barely beat Slovenia and was torn open and summarily dismissed from the World Cup by Germany, BBC commentator Chris Waddle had … Continue reading

  3. World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

    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 … Continue reading

  4. World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

    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 … Continue reading

  5. World Cup 2010 Day 17: World Cup Buzz Podcast

    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 … Continue reading