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16 June 2010
"Every training session we have players like Xavi, Iniesta, Silva and Fabregas. It's wonderful being able to play with them..."
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15 June 2010
Honduras and El Salvador's 1969 World Cup qualifiers sparked The Football War. As the two faced up again last summer in a bid to reach South Africa, Henry Mance wondered if they were still battling over the beautiful game 40 years on...
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15 June 2010
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15 June 2010
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15 June 2010
I arrived in the Greek city of Thessaloniki on Friday, ready to experience my first 'home' match of my adventure - Greece vs South Korea. 
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15 June 2010
Considering that Italy left these shores with the good wishes of no one ringing in their ears, the display in the opening game of the tournament against Paraguay can only be seen as a positive start for the defending champions.
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15 June 2010
Orange juice, cornflakes and coffee? Pah - try access, insight and humour. Our World Cup Breakfast newsletter, delivered daily at 7.30am, will give you food for thought.
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15 June 2010
When two powerful Spanish political types heartily embrace upon meeting, it’s rarely a sign of friendship. Instead, it’s a chance to demonstrate who’s on top and riding the other like a bucking bronco in their particular relationship.
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15 June 2010
At the height of apartheid, says Simon Kuper, thousands of black South Africans flocked to see 'the best game in the world' and a star who was 'better than Pele'...
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15 June 2010
Samba spies have been hard at it trying to decipher the secrets of winning the World Cup. But FourFourTwo have got its hands on their work and can exclusively reveal its key findings. Titled 'Trends in International Football', Manoel Jairo Santos and Thiago Larghi's analysis how goals were scored at World Cup 2006, Copa America 2007 and Euro 2008

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