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Denmark News / Denmark NewsDenmark NewsDenmark NewsDenmark News: 2010 World Cup: Denmark’s Five Greatest World Cup … – Bleacherreport.com

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FIFA World Cup breaking report on Denmark follows:

Denmark qualified for this edition of the World Cup with minimal fuss. Paired with the more talented Sweden and a Portugal side led by Cristiano Ronaldo, Denmark were expected to quietly accept their place as the third best team in the pool. Morten …

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News: 2010 Fifa World Cup: Names You Will Hear in South Africa

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Everyone is making their World Cup predictions right now as the biggest tournament in the world is gearing up to kick off on June 11 th , and youre aware of the usual suspects: Messi, Ronaldo, Rooney, among many others. But some players will be out to make an international name for themselves, and here are the five most likely. � Wesley Sneijder, the Netherlands Sneidjer flourished after moving …


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News: 2010 FIFA World Cup: Top 10 Managers, Another Take – Bleacherreport.com

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It’s often thought that a manager is only as good as the players at his disposal. But ask yourself this: How often does a team succeed at the international level without a reasonably competent coach? It’s great having a Ronaldo or Messi there to make …


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Portugal News: 2010 World Cup Preview Group G: Portugal

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It has been a blast so far and FIFA World Cup 2010 Portugal does not disappoint:

Country: Portugal Elite Players: Cristiano Ronaldo Key Players: Ricardo Carvalho, Pepe, Deco, Nani Rankings: 3 (FIFA), 8 (SPI) History: Semifinals (1966, 2006) Qualified (1986, 2002) Odds to Win: 28-1 What kind of world is this that can send machines to Mars and does nothing to stop the killing of a human being? Jose Saramago The Portuguese

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Blog on: 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan Movie (Part 11/12)

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Coverage of Brazil vs Turkey 2 and the first half of Brazil vs Germany. The first match shows the great determination by the Turks but a heroic effort by Ronaldo comments by Yildiray Basturk and Ronaldo. In between the two matches it shows how great the fan support was in Japan and Korea by the loca …


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Yahoo Video on: Great FIFA World Cup Goals

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a collection of some of the best goals scored at the World Cup between 1970 and 2002. Maradona, Zico, Owen, Beckham, Pele, Carlos Alberto, Baggio, Ronaldo and…

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Ronaldo Is unAxed!

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RonaldoThe other day I surrendered all my belief in my super hero expecting him to be axed from the lineup. He proved me wrong and he may look into my eyes and laugh as loud as he can while insulting me for all I care. Deep inside I am relieved and happy for what he did and where he is right now — Ronaldo is all smiles and looks rejuvenated after he scored two goals, trying Gerd Muller’s record of 14 goals in FIFA World Cup Finals enroute to a Brazil win against Japan that moves them past the group stage.

That is a great achievement for the superstar who for the past weeks was the laughing stock of the media from newspapers, magazines, blogs, website news and even in street conversations across the world.

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Ronaldo Is Axed!

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“Ronaldo Is Axed!” is the headline we should be reading in the coming days. Ronaldo’s star status should no longer be used as a reason to keep him on the field. He is obviously fat and making people sick. I have nothing against him, in fact I like the guy so much and have followed him throughout his career. But looking deeper into my football passion, I came to realize it transcends far more than any one player.

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Ronaldo Makes Me Sick

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I cannot believe how a talent like Ronaldo would show up overweight in the greatest sporting event in the world. The 1996, 1997 and 2002 World Footballer of the Year was a disgrace in the first game against Croatia with Kaka providing the only goal for the team. Brazil’s below expectation performance and Argentina’s spectacular showing are tipping the scale of the World Cup Finals.

After Sunday’s game Ronaldo was blasted across the Brazilian press with headlines:

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Speeding Ronaldo

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Over at BBC a picture of Ronaldo in FIFA World Cup 2002 was posted showing his lean frame in what seemed to be in a speeding motion.

Photographer Ross Kinnaird has this to say (see picture here):

Football…Brazil…Ronaldo – it doesn’t get any better, especially if you’re a sports photographer covering the World Cup finals. Taking pictures of the best footballers in the world and seeing them in print is a massive buzz. You’re so close to the action you can hear a metatarsal crack. All my mates want to swap places with me! This Ronaldo picture shows power and speed in an arty kind of way. Shooting from the stands allows you to see shapes and patterns set against the green grass. I wanted to capture him running from left to right because it looks better in print. To get the shot spot on, I wanted Ronaldo on his own (he’s always tightly marked and not always in the action) so I needed to concentrate on more than just watching the game. It’s all worth the effort when it comes off though! —- Ross Kinnaird

Ronaldo is not as lean as he was four years ago. How fast can we go today?

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