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8 June 2010
Capable of brilliance yet deeply inconsistent, Algeria can be a danger to others or an embarrassment to themselves, says James Montague...
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8 June 2010
No longer a joke or a novelty, the US need to take it to the next level, says Jamie Trecker...
SHARES
8 June 2010
With a great manager and strong squad, the Three Lions are two-thirds there – but will they be scythed down by luck?
SHARES
8 June 2010
"If I get beat, I have to play again and again until I win. They always ask: “Why do you hate losing so much, Dad?”
SHARES
8 June 2010
Some had wondered whether Otto Rehhagel had outlived his usefulness. Success in Euro 2004 was followed by failure to qualify for the World Cup in 2006 or Euro 2008. The Greek FA remained patient, though, and Rehhagel repaid their faith with a first World Cup qualification since 1994.
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8 June 2010
"If we won the World Cup it would be biggest party Montevideo has ever seen. It would last a week."
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8 June 2010
Organised yet fluid, unbeaten in qualification yet vulnerable in friendlies, with young stars but an ageing backbone, South Korea are a mass of contradictions...
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8 June 2010
They might be the biggest nation in African football, but Nigeria are far from the best...
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8 June 2010
Many might expect Maradona's men to self-destruct – but, says Martin Mazur, the dressing room is united, and stuffed with rather good players
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8 June 2010
"When you look at them one by one, England have a lot of players with great individual talents - it’s just a case of them trying to reach some kind of harmony..."

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