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US Soccer Fans Lead Chorus of "BP Sucks" Chants

It wasn’t the prettiest game by either team, but Saturday’s clash between England and the United States reached fever pitch levels at sports bars and restaurants across the US and around the world. One such party was held in South Florida at Wowies Sports Grill, the host site for EPL […]

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England v USA, 2010 World Cup: In Pictures

After what began as a brilliant start for England after Steven Gerrard scored the opener in three minutes, it looked as if it was going to be England’s night. But the US battled back, were fortunate that Robert Green spilled the ball into the net. And the rest is history. […]

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2010 World Cup Fever: A Warning to Businesses Everywhere

The World Cup has stopped wars, launched dictators and broken hearts. The month-long quadrennial soccer extravaganza can also reduce a nation’s GDP: neither over-zealous victory parties nor wallowing in defeatism do much for worker productivity. World Cup 2010 begins in South Africa on June 11. Human Resource departments at employers […]

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England v USA: EA Match Simulation

The techie folks over at Electronic Arts have created a simulation of what the final score of the England versus United States game may be. It’s set to the sounds and graphics of their 2010 FIFA World Cup game which was recently released in stores. EA went ahead and performed […]

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