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Portugal News: FIFA World Cup 2010 Fan Zone: Brazil, Ivory Coast, Portugal, North Korea – The Province

This is the real Group of Death. Brazil has the most tournament wins (5) and is the only country to have qualified for every tournament. The Ivory Coast has striker Didier Drogba. Any team with a talent — albeit an annoying one — like that up front always has a chance to win. They have the best ... Keep Reading

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Argentina News: 2010 FIFA World Cup: Veron-Messi Relationship Holds Key for Argentina

Lionel Messi is naturally a very shy and reserved young man who has not always fit in well with his teammates with the Argentina National Team. During the 2006 World Cup in Germany, La Pulga was the youngest players in the squad and mainly kept to himself, socializing only with friend and former teammate at the Under-20 level, Oscar Ustari.� A year later at the Copa America in Venezuela, Juan ... Keep Reading

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News: 2010 FIFA World Cup: Veron-Messi Relationship Holds Key for Argentina – Bleacher Report

Sydney Morning Herald 2010 FIFA World Cup : Veron-Messi Relationship Holds Key for Argentina Bleacher Report During the 2006 World Cup in Germany, La Pulga was the youngest players in the squad and mainly kept to himself, socializing only with friend and former ... Lionel Messi leads potent Argentina at 2010 World Cup Washington Post World Cup Team Special Betting Props on Argentina at BetUS Sportsbook BetUs.com FIFA World Cup 2010: Why to Put Bets on Messi as World Cup's Best Player? Newspost Online Vancouver Sun  - Fifa.com  - bettor.com (blog) all 181 news articles » Keep Reading

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News: 2010 FIFA World Cup: The Six Most Amusing Squad Selections

Every four years, the World Cup has us on the edge of our seats, as we watch our heroes (and soon to be villains) do battle on the biggest stage, bleed sweat and tears for their nations, and give their last dying breath to the cause. And we also squirm as writers and commentators everywhere use every cliche under the sun ad infinitum. But those players that are sent to represent us, well, they ... Keep Reading

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