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News: 2010 FIFA World Cup: Strengths and Weaknesses of the Swiss

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Ottmar Hitzfeld, coach of the Swiss National Team, has assembled a good cast for Switzerland as they head into the 2010 World Cup. This is the first time the Swiss have competed in back to back World Cups since 1966. Four years ago in Germany, the Swiss were able to get out of the group stage, but were eliminated in the knock out round in PK’s by Ukraine. The Swiss were the first team in World …


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Preview (Round of 8): Italy vs Ukraine

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FIFA World Cup ItalyA superpower in football, Italy’s prospects for this game is not bright considering they have four dependable players sitting on the bench. After a stretched out game against Australia, they might ran out of fuel against Ukraine.

Defender Nesta is out because of an injury, Marco Materazzi is serving a one game ban today for a red card given against their match with Australia, midfielder Daniele De Rossi remains suspended and forward Vincenzo Iaquinta is still suffering muscle injury.

It is going to be a very difficult climb for Italy although they will be relying heavily on Francesco Totti to score the go ahead goals for the team.

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Results (2nd Stage): Switzerland vs Ukraine

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Happiness vs Sadness. Relief vs Disbelief. Triumph vs Defeat.

Both teams were heavily matched who relied on their midfield strength to win the ball for a swift counterattack anchored on each team’s strikers. As such was the story of Switzerland – Ukraine match that saw them scoring not a single goal in 90 minutes of play.

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