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Tag Archives: World Cup

Argentina 0-4 Germany: Video Highlights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

At the quarter-final stage of a World Cup tournament, matches are often very close. We’re used to seeing extra time, penalty kicks or low scoring games. But Saturday, Germany put on a clinic in how to play defensively sound soccer … Continue reading

What’s a Big Difference Between the USMNT and Other Teams in the World Cup?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the greatest attributes of the US men’s national team is something that very few other countries have on the world’s stage. And that is a combination of good sportsmanship as well as a lack of cheating. Yesterday’s games … Continue reading

18 Best Goals of World Cup 2010: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Which have been the best goals of the 2010 World Cup so far? Despite the tournament being mired in controversy courtesy of the Jabulani ball from Adidas, there have still been plenty of delightful goals. Just to name a few … Continue reading

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Who Will Win The World Cup Now That Brazil Is Out?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Now that Brazil is out of the 2010 World Cup after a underwhelming performance against a very strong Dutch team, the favorites no longer have a chance to win the tournament. But who do you think will now win the … Continue reading

What Will the World Cup Look Like In 2014?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Four years ago, which seems like a lifetime in Internet years, the 2006 World Cup experience was very different than it is today. There were only a handful of soccer podcasts worldwide. Soccer blogs were a relatively new thing. And … Continue reading

Which Market Has the Highest World Cup TV Ratings In the USA?

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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World Cup fever has swept the United States in the past few weeks. Everywhere you look, it seems to be there. In fact, Nielsen is reporting that World Cup soccer telecasts aired on all English and Spanish language networks have … Continue reading

7 Wish List Items for the Rest of the 2010 World Cup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I’m trying to pretend it’s not true, but there’s only seven games left in this World Cup tournament (I’m not counting the third place game, which is a waste of time and a silly idea). When you think about it, … Continue reading

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World Cup Viewing Parties this Weekend at Wowies in Boca Raton

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This weekend, soccer fans around the world will be licking their lips at the prospect of four World Cup quarter-final games, each of which will be intriguing for different reasons. The games are: BRAZIL v HOLLAND, Friday, 10am ET. URUGUAY … Continue reading

World Cup, How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count The Ways

Posted on by John Nicholson

Man, I am seriously jonesing for some football. After nearly three weeks of up to three games a day, suddenly, my world has dropped off a cliff. A blank, non-football day arrived yesterday and worse still has been followed by … Continue reading

Italy’s Mistakes of 2010

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

With Italy out of the 2010 World Cup, we have plenty of time to plan for the future and avoid any mistakes we made in this tournament. So it’s important to know what Italy did wrong, the mistakes that cost … Continue reading

Poll: How Do You Rate this World Cup So Far?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

We’ve seen 19 straight days of World Cup soccer. During that time, we’ve watched an mind boggling 56 games. There have been plenty of highs, lots of controversy and a few lows. But how does this World Cup compare to … Continue reading

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England 1-4 Germany in Lego Football: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the highlights of Germany’s demolition of England in the World Cup are a pretty depressing sight, but LegoFussball.eu have brought some levity to the situation by featuring the highlights as played out by Lego characters. Each scene uses stop … Continue reading

Where it all Went Wrong for England: The Sequel

Posted on by Chris McQuade

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. Hang on, that sounds awfully familiar, oh well … Continue reading

Are We Taking England's World Cup Exit Too Seriously?

Posted on by John Nicholson

And so the England inquest begins once again. After every tournament the same earth is dug over and over again. There can’t be a single argument, idea or notion that hasn’t been given an airing in the last 48 hours. … Continue reading

USA v Ghana Highlights In Lego Football: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For some of us, watching the highlights of USA versus Ghana may be too painful to watch. But thankfully Legofussball.eu has highlights featuring Lego characters playing out the key moments of the World Cup game. Using stop-motion photography and wonderful … Continue reading

Bob Bradley Did Great, but the USMNT Should Hire Someone New

Posted on by Eric Altshule

After the failure of Germany 2006, nobody wanted to hire Bob Bradley for this job. It was hard to find a fan that thought he was the right man. US Soccer was desperate to hire Jurgen Klinsman. Columnist fantasized about … Continue reading

Why the England Job Should Not Be The Focus Right Now

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The British press are in a tizzy about who should replace Fabio Capello as the next England manager, or whether the Italian should remain in charge. Harry Redknapp? Roy Hodgson? Martin O’Neill? I’ve even read David Beckham’s name mentioned as … Continue reading

No Eye-catching Italian players?

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

As the World Cup is attracting all headlines related to soccer, there’s always a small echo of transfer market news which now, after Italy’s elimination from the World Cup, becomes much more than an echo for Italy fans. And as … Continue reading