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28 June 2010
Michael Cox, editor of ZonalMarking.net, draws five defensive conclusions from the group stage...
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28 June 2010
Surprised by the rather bland 0-0 draw between Portugal and Brazil last Friday? The Portugeezer wasn’t as both teams made a couple of changes on their starting XI and weren’t exactly firing on all cylinders.
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27 June 2010
Should England do what some sections of the media seem certain they will do, and lose to Germany on penalties this afternoon, it won't be because the weight of history weighed heavily on the players' shoulders, or that the Germans cope better in high pressure situations.
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26 June 2010
Former Nottingham Forest midfielder Steve Hodge - a member of England's 1986 World Cup squad - tells Luke Nicoli why Fabio Capello's side should be confident going into Sunday's match against Germany
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26 June 2010
Some World Cup observations...
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26 June 2010
The group phase is over and with more than half of the tournament gone, there’s one undisputable winner, continent-wise: South America.
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26 June 2010
So, it’s the Germans again. Did we really need to face up to those demons this early in the World Cup?
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26 June 2010
"Sepp Blatter in a loin cloth, covered in body paint? That would be brilliant..."
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25 June 2010
Before the World Cup began La Liga Loca would have put everything it owns on Spain winning the trophy. Admittedly, that isn’t a great deal, with the blog’s entire worldly possessions consisting of a bunch of Buffy box sets and an orange. Which it has just eaten. 
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25 June 2010
This Sunday afternoon will be livelier than your average Sunday, when you’re more likely to be laid out on a sofa nursing the effects of the night before. But not this weekend because come 3 o’clock the nation will be full of pride and hype as England take on the old enemy Germany in the World Cup knockout stages.

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