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‘…stick together,’ insists Beckham

England captain David Beckham wants the focus to be back to the World Cup and put aside whatever distraction coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has brought because of his departure after the World Cup. ‘The most important thing is we move on from this. For two weeks it’s been a circus and the focus has been taken… Keep Reading

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Brazil topples England in World Cup

Brazil winning over England in World Cup 2006 is the prediction of three time World Cup winner Pele. He argues that Brazil has got two teams and losing any player is irrelevant. Both Italy and England on the other hand need to have the players from start to finish if they are to capture the… Keep Reading

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Coca Cola’s Fifa World Cup Trophy Tour

Over a 3 month period from January 7 to April 10 Coca-Cola shall tour the hottest football spots in the world to bring and show the FIFA World Cup Trophyâ„¢. From the start of 2006 the tour shall begin in Accra, Ghana and finish up in Italy by way of London, Rio, Port of Spain,… Keep Reading

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Profile: Kaka, Brazil’s Finest Discovery

Kaka is standing out amongst the talented pool of football players in Brazil. According to Pele Kaka is very skillful and already one of the best players in the world. Ricardo Izecson Santos Leite, Kaka’s real name, despite being only 22 years old has already propelled fellow countryman Rivaldo towards the exit door, has relegated… Keep Reading

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World Cup 2006 Scheduled Matches

Group A June 9 (Friday) Costa Rica vs Germany at Munich Poland vs. Ecuador at Gelsenkirchen June 14 (Wednesday) Poland vs Germany at Dortmund June 15 (Thursday) Ecuador vs. Costa Rica at Hamburg June 20 (Tuesday) Ecuador vs Germany at Berlin Costa Rica vs. Poland at Hanover Keep Reading

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Ronaldo: Deadliest Striker on his Injury

The deadliest striker in the world and Brazilian legend says about his injury: “These things happen in football,” he said. “If I was a lawyer, this sort of thing wouldn’t occur. What I need now is a change of luck.” Ronaldo has a torn right calf muscle, which he suffered in the first half match… Keep Reading

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Africa’s Extra Place in World Cup

Africa will have five countries representing them in June for World Cup 2006 namely Ivory Coast, Ghana, Angola, Tunisia and Togo. They are also hosting the next World Cup in four years time. Fifa President Sepp Blatter preferred to have an extra place for the host instead of having one of the five countries today… Keep Reading

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World Cup Team and Groupings

World Cup 2006 is just six months away and teams and groupings have been determined set for the prestigous football competition in the world. The team and groupings for the world cup are as follows. Group A:Germany, Costa Rica, Poland, Ecuador Group B: England, Paraguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Sweden Group C: Argentina, Cote d’Ivoire, Serbia… Keep Reading

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Hello world!

Welcome to Fifa World Cup! This is the place where I can keep football close to my heart. I acknowledge the following image/content resources for my posts… images sources: flickr, google content sources : espn, yahoo Below is a list of all my link friends… Link Exchange Directory, Easy and Free – Link2Me.comQuality directory of… Keep Reading

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African football journalists

The Confederation of African Football fever is getting hotter with fresh pix: Continue reading here: African football journalists You can read more Confederation of African Football News here — Confederation of African Football – news and here — Confederation of African Football Get your Confederation of African Football gears, items, etc. at Confederation of African… Keep Reading

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