History of England vs. Germany soccer matches
By: Simon Wright
The first ever England versus Germany encounter came in 1899 and ended in an easy 13-2 victory for the English. As two of the superpowers of European football it was inevitable that a rivalry would spring up between these two nations. However, there’s no...
2010 FIFA World Cup: Group G review
By: D. Victor
After the World Cup draw in 2009, many picked Group G as the Group of Death. This group had Brazil (five-time world champions), Portugal (European powerhouses), Ivory Coast (star players) and North Korea. North Korea was the weak link in this group, but many considered...
2010 FIFA World Cup match reviews: Greece versus Nigeria, Group B
By: D. Victor
The second game for Greece and Nigeria proved to be a knockout game for the Greeks. Based on Argentina's romp over South Korea, Greece needed to win to keep their hopes of advancing alive. A loss for Greece would spell instant elimination. A loss for...
By: Ian Farquharson
Chile are generally considered one of the lesser lights from South American soccer although over the years they had some good teams and have qualified for the World Cup on a few occasions. Chile was one of the thirteen teams that competed in the first...
2010 World Cup match reviews: Mexico versus France, Group A
By: D. Victor
After Uruguay's thumping of South Africa, the Mexico and France matchup determined who went into the final day with their destiny in their own hands. Mexico never beat France in a men's international before. However, just as Switzerland registered their first win against Spain on...
By: Gordon Alexander
Three wins from three outings. That is Brazil's record this year heading into their 2010 Fifa World Cup qualifying fixtures this month. Admittedly they were friendly internationals, yet confidence must be improving following a mediocre opening to the campaign last year, which boasted only two...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Currently there are referees from numerous countries that are eligible to officiate at the world cup. Surely this is a good thing you might be thinking. Well the reality is that although having a mixture of different referees might sound like a good thing, in...
Predictions for 2010 FIFA World Cup
By: Andy Orrell
On a global scale, the Fifa World Cup is the biggest sporting event you are ever likely to witness. Whoever and wherever you are you can’t avoid the hype and excitement that this tournament creates. Love it or hate it in June and July...
2010 FIFA World Cup assessment: Argentina
By: Simon Wright
The decision of the Argentinean FA to appoint Diego Maradona as their national manager raised eyebrows around the football world. Maradona is remembered as one of the greatest players of all time but he had no previous managerial experience and a history of recent health...
2010 World Cup contenders
By: Sean Mikhail
The 2010 FIFA World Cup is one of the most open soccer tournaments in recent history. There are many great teams and players who will compete, and there is no clear favorite. This World Cup seems to be the most complete, meaning that nearly all...

 

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