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Portugal put on the most dominant performance of the tournament, while Spain and South Africa got themselves on track at FIFA World Cup 2010 during play on Days 11 and 12. France meanwhile, continued their dismal play and have become Europe’s biggest soccer loser in this tournament.
After a few days of drama and shocking upsets at FIFA World Cup 2010, the second weekend of the world’s greatest soccer tournament went much more as expected in terms of results. However, the trend of European soccer super powers coming up short continued when Italy failed to defeat New…
Argentina put up a huge win on Day 7 of the FIFA World Cup 2010, but the big story as the week closed was the shocking failure of some European soccer superpowers. France and Germany each suffered upset losses, while England played to a draw against huge underdog Algeria. England…
Argentina put up a huge win on Day 7 of the FIFA World Cup 2010, but the big story as the week closed was the shocking failure of some European soccer superpowers. France and Germany each suffered upset losses, while England played to a draw against huge underdog Algeria. England…
The FIFA World Cup 2010 had its first real upset on Wednesday when Switzerland shocked Spain 1-0 in group play. The Swiss were an underdog to advance beyond group play, while Spain was the favorite in Group H, which also includes Chile and Honduras.
It was draws all around in Group F, while Japan and the Netherlands put their stamp on Group E. Brazil also stepped up in group play at the 2010 FIFA World Cup on Days 4 and 5 of the tournament celebrating the beautiful game. Soccer fans all around the world…
Groups B, C, and D gave the world their first look on Days Two and Three of the FIFA World Cup 2010. South Korea and Germany came through with big wins in the world’s grandest soccer tournament. Meanwhile, England and the USA each had to settle for a tie in…
It’s a big weekend for soccer fans, with the action kicking off June 11 in the FIFA World Cup 2010. It’s the biggest tournament in the world for what most of its fans call football. South Africa is the host country, making this the first time the continent of Africa…
If you’re a hydroponics gardener or just a baseball-bored sports fan looking askance at another long, hot summer at home, there’s this ball game that everyone else in the world calls football, but North Americans call it soccer…and it’s happening in Durban and other South African cities from June 11th…
With the Open Championship at the famed St. Andrews set to take place this week, the British media get their first chance to interact with Tiger Woods since the sex scandal that rocked the golf world last year. Woods is still struggling to regain his pre-scandal form, while fellow golfers…
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