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17 June 2010
The most defensive World Cup ever? It’s certainly the lowest-scoring one, after the first round of matches. A lack of goals doesn’t always equate to defensive football, but in this tournament it’s hard to deny that the football has been slightly more reserved than normal.
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17 June 2010
The match against Ivory Coast was more of the same old Portugal and unfortunately that same old is not enough for a team that has, or at least likes to think it has, genuine aspirations to win the World Cup.
SHARES
17 June 2010
Settling into Argentina-South Korea with a baked potato, we opened the polystyrene packet to find our lunch looked a lot like Soccer City...
SHARES
17 June 2010
A month after Aimé Jacquet decided against including a precocious young Nicolas Anelka in his final squad for the 1998 World Cup, L’Équipe went to visit the then Arsenal striker in Trappes, the town just half an hour outside of Paris he calls home.
SHARES
17 June 2010
“The time for Africa has come, it has arrived,” announced President Jacob Zuma as he opened the 2010 World Cup. Obviously Zuma had arrived at the stadium with a police escort and didn’t find himself gridlocked on the motorway while trying to find a Park & Ride like most ordinary fans.
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17 June 2010
Why has Maradona failed to get the best out of the world’s best player? And what’s the solution? Simon Talbot investigates
SHARES
17 June 2010
Sausage butties are all well and good but do they make you chuckle or tell you something you don't know? Our World Cup Breakfast newsletter, delivered daily at 7.30am, will give you food for thought.
SHARES
16 June 2010
Aaron Mokoena will again be a proud man when he leads South Africa out against Uruguay in Pretoria today.
SHARES
16 June 2010
Muesli's for mugs, Weetabix for wallies. Our World Cup Breakfast newsletter, delivered daily at 7.30am, will give you food for thought.
SHARES
16 June 2010

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