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Tag Archives: World Cup

Where To Watch Spain vs Holland in Boca Raton

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you live in South Florida and you’re looking for somewhere to watch the World Cup Final, Wowies Sports Grill in Boca Raton is the place to be. The modern sports bar will be televising the final between Spain and … Continue reading

Where to Watch the World Cup Final in South Florida: Wowies

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you live in South Florida and you’re looking for somewhere to watch the World Cup Final, Wowies Sports Grill in Boca Raton is the place to be. The modern sports bar will be televising the final between Spain and … Continue reading

Efan Ekoku Commits Commentary Flub in Spain Game on ESPN

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When Martin Tyler and co-commentator Efan Ekoku did their preparation work for the 2010 World Cup, one thing they definitely didn’t study was the national anthem of Spain. Not that we expect them to, but when Efan Ekoku was sharing … Continue reading

England Football Supporters Need Your Help: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

These are rough times. England football supporters are destitute of any hope. They’re tired, ragged and in need of your support to get through this difficult period. Any help you can provide will be appreciated greatly. This is their hour … Continue reading

It's Time For FIFA to Banish The Third Place Play-Off Game

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sorry traditionalists, but it’s time for FIFA to abandon the Third Place Play-Off Game at future World Cup tournaments. The concept of pitting the two losing semi-finalists against each other to determine who gets the bronze medal is an antiquated … Continue reading

ESPN Refuses to Rule Out Possibility Of Dedicated Soccer TV Network

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Perfection is almost impossible to attain, but given ESPN’s performance during the 2010 World Cup, they’ve come as close as any TV network can get. Commentators, production value, some of the best analysts and beautiful HD broadcasts, it’s hard to imagine … Continue reading

Spain, Why Do You Have to Be So Bloody Boring?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Spain, if you’re the “Best Team In The World” according to Joachim Loew, why do you have to be so bloody boring? Watching Spain’s 1-0 victory against Germany Wednesday, I was bored several times during the match. No, not because … Continue reading

Poll: Who Will Win the World Cup? Spain or Netherlands?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The final of the 2010 World Cup is set. After Spain defeated Germany 1-0 in the World Cup semi-final Wednesday, we now know that there’ll be a brand-new country to add to the list of the select group who have … Continue reading

Capello Is One Step Away From Being a Dead Man Walking

Posted on by John Nicholson

The great thing about football is that it is a never-ending soap opera. One tournament draws to a conclusion and it’s not long before another begins. In a little over a week, the Under 19s European Championship gets underway with … Continue reading

Uruguay 2-3 Holland: In Pictures

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There was something about the game between Uruguay and Netherlands that was sublime. And it wasn’t just the goals – even though all five were glorious. It was the way that both teams played their hearts out and the incredible … Continue reading

Friday Matches, Fewer Foreigners, Other Serie A Changes

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During the World Cup, news has been leaking out about changes to the Lega Calcio Serie A, the newly independent league formerly know as simply Serie A.  Most of the announcements were overshadowed by the World Cup, but below are … Continue reading

7 Ways that World Cup 2010 Will Change America

Posted on by Christopher Harris

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 … Continue reading

Martin Tyler Returning to ESPN for World Cup 2014 Commentary

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Martin Tyler will return to ESPN for the next World Cup where he’ll be commentating World Cup 2014, says the Associated Press. It’s quite an incredible achievement to secure Martin Tyler for two World Cup tournaments in a row. The … Continue reading

Panini World Cup Sticker Collections From 1970 to 2010: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If you haven’t gotten the Panini World Cup sticker fever yet, there’s still time. While we have several days this week with no World Cup games, it’s perfect timing to catch up on either filling your Panini World Cup sticker … Continue reading

The Daily Show Tackles English Football Hooliganism: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c World Cup 2010: Into Africa – Vuvuzealots www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Tea Party In case you missed, I know I did, here’s the hysterical segment … Continue reading

Landon Donovan US TV Appearances After World Cup: Videos

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After Landon Donovan returned to the United States last week, he was quickly thrown on a US press junket that took him around New York for TV appearances on several of the top US shows. Those included The David Letterman … Continue reading

Reasons for England Football Fans to be Cheerful

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

Supposedly, the Three Lions on England football shirts represent pride, passion and courage. Clearly, it’s time for a kit redesign. Even as England’s footballing lions shriveled into meek kittens in the World Cup cauldron it may be finally sinking in … Continue reading

Is Luis Suarez a Hero or a Cheat?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

World Cup 2010 has been a challenging tournament for fans of the beautiful game. There have been beautiful goals, incredible teamwork and wonderful stories. But there has also been injustices and, at the end of the day, the sport of … Continue reading