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Leave of Absence

I am pretty much preparing for the SharePoint Conference 2006 in Bellevue, Washington. Having said that, I will take a leave of absence from this blog for now. When I am back in the Philippines on May 21 I will make up for everything in time for the World Cup this June. Stay tuned… Keep Reading

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Beware World Cup Racists

“The regulations will be applied for this World Cup,” revealed Fifa president Sepp Blatter. “At the first sign of racism there will be a deduction of three points, then we are finished with problems of discrimination.” This may look like a smart move but how stupid it could. It should be easy disguise yourself as… Keep Reading

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World Cup Tracker

I stumbled upon this software that will track the happenings on all the team in the upcoming World Cup. I have not been able to test it just yet but will do so and make a review. Keep Reading

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Fantasy Football

Good news to all you football fans out there who wants to kick some ass in Germany! Yahoo has launched a FIFA World Cup fantasy game. Seasoned Fantasy players will know that it is always a good idea to do some homework before selecting your team ahead of each match. Find out which players are… Keep Reading

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How Deep is your Love?

Football fans is an exceptionally different breed of people. I find it quite unique in the way fans love, defend and stand by their teams. The football forums and communities I have joined always had violent people who behaved like barbarians. Their love is unquestionable to the extent that they put their education, integrity, credibility,… Keep Reading

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Sweden Eyes on Opponents

Lyth, one of the scouts, told Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet how important it was to see their opponents play live. England, Paraguay and Trinidad and Tobago will be followed by Sweden’s three man team — Lyth, Goransson and Lenartsson. What’s new? All teams have scouts and that cancels everything else. Well, at least you get… Keep Reading

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World Cup 06: Tunisia

In this series of posts we shall look at each country’s profile that will see action during the games. We continue with Tunisia (player profile). The full archive is found here. Only winning one game against Mexico in the last 28 years does not speak well of this team. Being the first African country to… Keep Reading

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World Cup 06: Saudi Arabia

In this series of posts we shall look at each country’s profile that will see action during the games. We continue with Saudi Arabia (player profile). The full archive is found here. Saudi Arabia’s team is fortunate to receive great amounts of financial backing since their performance in World Cup 94; though their recent slump… Keep Reading

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Soccerati Launched

My Soccerati blog was launched by b5media last Thursday April 6. When Milo Riano sent his application for a soccer blog in awhile ago, I was torn. You see, Alan Hyland is running another Soccer blog over at The Footie and we just can’t have more than one soccer blog! Well, that’s not completely true… Keep Reading

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