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World Cup 2006 Predictions: Group E

Similar to Group C, this group is a draw of death for Italy, Czech and the United States. For some reason each of these team have drawn the short end of the stick and is pitted against each other. They have the right to be in the second round but only one of them is… Keep Reading

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World Cup 2006 Predictions: Group D

This seem to be a strange mix of teams vying to kick out into the next round. We have Mexico as the most experience team with 12 previous appearances, the jinx team in Portugal who have not made it past the first round in the last 40 years, the last ranking team on the tournament… Keep Reading

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World Cup 2006 Predictions: Group C

One of the toughest groups in the tournament boasting of teams Argentina ranked 4th and Netherlands 3rd in FIFA world rankings together with defensive specialist Serbia and Montenegro and Ivory Coast who relies on talent and enthusiasm will provide one of the most exciting group competitions in the World Cup. Our gut instincts—Serbia and Montenegro… Keep Reading

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World Cup 2006 Predictions: Group B

The teams on this group are very much on the same level and each have the same chances of reaching the last 16 teams standing. England however may have a slight advantage coupled by the popularity of David Beckham. Sweden may be the silent assassin that could take any of these teams down until they… Keep Reading

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World Cup 2006 Predictions: Group A

For starters, Germany is one lucky team having drawn a group that have Costa Rica 21st, Poland 23rd, and Ecuador 37th in FIFA world rankings. These teams may be a good enough challengers but the home crowd is certainly giving the Germans enough morale and support to muscle their way easily against these three teams.… Keep Reading

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Profile: Ronaldo

Believed to be the greatest striker in the world, Ronaldo Luiz Nazario da Lima, was born on September 22, 1976 at Bento Ribero (Rio de Janeiro,Brasil). The deadliest striker is a combination of both skill and unmatched speed that makes him the last person you want to give a sight at goal; for it shall… Keep Reading

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Cities to Host World Cup

There will be 12 cities to host the games in the upcoming World Cup. In the next postings; we shall be looking and analyzing every game to be played in each of these areas. For now, below is the list of these cities: North HAMBURG Stadium: FIFA World Cup stadium (AOL-Arena) Capacity: 45,442 Matches: Five… Keep Reading

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World Cup Team and Standings

The World Cup grouping has already been finalized for quite sometime already. But still, I thought of coming up with a picture that would show the killer draw for some, fair for others and wonderful for a selected few. The data is found below. I have also put the current world rankings of each respective… Keep Reading

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World Cup Cancelled?

Among the negative news we have received from the resignation of the England’s coach to Ronaldo’s injury the possible cancellation of the World Cup is by far the most frightening. It has been reported that a deadly bird flu virus is said to have made it in the north of the country — Rugen that… Keep Reading

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20: England will Win World Cup

The twenty year old Manchester United striker is confident England will win World Cup 2006 in Germany banking on their 3-2 friendly games win over Argentina. His statements published in soccernet espn are bold and precise — ‘Of course we are going to win the World Cup,’ Rooney told The Sun. ‘We are all really… Keep Reading

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