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7 June 2010
It was just a few weeks ago that I felt we’d officially crossed the line into the ‘World Cup Zone’.
SHARES
7 June 2010
José’s first week in charge of Real Madrid largely involved scowling his way through radio interviews, scowling whilst pottering about the training centre and scowling through meetings where the club’s increasingly isolated sporting director Jorge Valdano probably wasn’t invited.
SHARES
7 June 2010
Alive & Kicking's 250,000th ball continues its journey with the Spirit of Football team from London to the World Cup opening ceremony in Johannesburg.
SHARES
6 June 2010
You've heard of ProZone and Opta boffins tracing every player's movement, for the sake of managerial insight and pub ammo. Such careful analysis is certainly scientific, but is it art? As so often in life, it depends what you do with it.
SHARES
5 June 2010
Alive & Kicking's 250,000th ball continues its journey with the Spirit of Football team from London to the World Cup opening ceremony in Johannesburg.
SHARES
4 June 2010
Lifelong Town fan Nick Judd reflects on the ecstasy and agony of the play-offs...
SHARES
4 June 2010
Fear grips the U.S. National Team fan base. The one "established" striker the side has, a young and mostly unproven talent with just a few international goals to his name, sprained an ankle in training. 
SHARES
4 June 2010
José Mourinho has been and is about to be gone on his hols. Cesc is still at Arsenal. David Villa has finally left the Mestalla and Atlético won’t be following their annual manager-firing tradition, this summer. Not just yet, anyway.
SHARES
4 June 2010
Two Bastian Schweinsteiger penalties in the space of five second half minutes afforded Jogi Löw's German national team the opportunity to sign off their World Cup warm-ups with a win over Bosnia.
SHARES
4 June 2010
Sometimes, idly flicking through the satellite channels, you come across sun-kissed athletic bodies stretching lithely on some impeccably-manicured foreign turf.

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