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Blatter's 'Bonded Envelope': "Diamonds are Forever Sepp. From Russia with Love xxx"  FIFA president Sepp Blatter was 'drunk' and 'arrogantly dictating to FIFA delegates who to vote for', according to sensational smuggled camera video footage recorded during the secret World Cup voting in Zürich on Thursday. In the video footage*, shot secretly by an investigative Italian website, Blatter can clearly be seen stumbling amongst the seated delegates, chatting with them and openly shaking hands with those members who were apparently going along with his voting wishes.One expert who watched the footage earlier says "Blatter is clearly drunk - with power. The delegates patently afraid of him and his bullying tactics."
"Even the fact that he gets carried away with his posturing and falls flat on his face doesn't stop him staggering up to his feet and carrying on with his swaggering rail-roading of delegates, to get his desired voting result."Later footage of the voting process shows Blatter carefully inserting the result of the winning bid in a gold envelope, whilst appearing to double-check a large bonded brown envelope containing what looks to be precious gems and stashing it into his back trouser pocket. (This is a Spoof ... below we expose the 20 of the  delegate turds who voted!)
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In selecting Qatar, the tiny emirate in the heart of the Middle East, FIFA chose to bring the World Cup to a Muslim nation for the first time. A desire to make history, and the opportunity to partner with the natural gas fortune of the Qatari royal family, ultimately proved irresistible to FIFA. Qatar has promised to spend $4 billion to build nine stadiums, renovate three others and equip all of them with a high-tech, outdoor air conditioning system to combat summer temperatures that can reach 120 degrees during the day. The country has vowed to spend another $50 billion on infrastructure ahead of the tournament.
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 FromTom Phillips in Rio de Janeiroguardian.co.uk,
Brazil World Cup in disarray as construction falls way behind schedule

Fifa anxious as work has started at only six of the 12 stadiums chosen for 2014, while locals query choice of venues

And so to 2014. Three years ago, when Brazil was unveiled as the host of the next World Cup, the country's president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, promised a tournament so well organised that even his country's greatest rivals – the Argentinians – would be unable to criticise it. Now, however, even Brazilians are starting to speak out against the lack of progress in stadium construction and infrastructure projects, amid concern over corruption and bad planning and calls for the number of host cities to be cut from 12 to 10.

Speaking in May to Brazilian journalists in South Africa, Fifa's secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, was blunt. "It is incredible how behind Brazil is," he said. "Many deadlines have gone by and nothing has happened. Brazil is not on the right track."

Government authorities openly admit how behind their plans they are. "The World Cup is just around the corner," Brazil's sports minister, Orlando Silva, admitted in a recent interview. "From 12 July onwards we will become the focus. We have to quicken our pace."

Brazil's ambitious 2014 bid included plans for five new stadiums, in Salvador, Recife, Cuiabá, Manaus and Natal. Seven other stadiums are supposed to be given radical makeovers in order to meet Fifa regulations. But according to reports in the Brazilian media, construction work has begun only in six of the 12 stadiums, with serious question marks hanging over the long-term financial viability of several of the projects in cities where games usually attract only a few thousand fans.

"None of these projects have taken off because all of the money is coming from the public sector; a very, very good indication that they are not financially viable," says Christopher Gaffney, a geography professor at the Universidade Federal Fluminense in Rio, who describes the stadiums as a "disaster foretold".

Ricardo Araújo, an economist and expert in stadium management who runs a blog dedicated to charting the progress of Brazilian stadium construction, believes Brazil's World Cup bid was destined to face problems from the moment the 12 host cities were selected. "The first mistake was the choice of the host cities – the whole process was political," says Araújo, who argues that the Brazilian football association, the CBF, opted for 12 host cities rather than a more manageable 10 as a result of pressure from its president, Ricardo Teixeira, who sees himself as a possible successor to the Fifa president, Sepp Blatter, and was keen to garner support from regional football federations.

"The first criteria used to select host cities should be about sport. Does the city have football, does it have strong local teams? There is no point in taking the World Cup to a great city with roads, a beautiful airport and hotels if it has no football clubs," said Araujo.

Yet instead of opting for cities such as Belém or Goiânia, with respected local clubs and large numbers of fans, the authorities decided to use cities such as Manaus in the Amazon, which was chosen over its regional neighbour Belém, and Brazil's capital, Brasília. "It isn't true to say that a country's capital must be a host city. You need to have games where there are crowds and above all where the are going to be crowds after the World Cup," Araujo said.

"Belém has a strong footballing tradition, it has clubs that have played in the first division and in the Libertadores Cup and has a good crowd average. Manaus on the other hand has virtually no football at all. It has one club in the Serie D with an average of around 1,000 fans per game. You cannot think about building a stadium for half a dozen games that then closes after the World Cup."

Concerns over Brazil's preparations for the 2014 World Cup are not limited to the stadiums. While Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, the country's two largest cities, boast large numbers of hotels, other host cities, particularly Brasília, fall woefully short of the mark.

Transport is also a major problem. Even in the country's affluent south-east, motorways are often crater-ridden dual carriageways; in the poorer north-east and mid-west their standard is frequently life-threateningly bad. Many of Brazil's airports are currently stretched to breaking point by demand, while multibillion- dollar plans for a TGV-style "bullet train" between Rio and São Paulo have struggled to get off the ground.

In January this year the government announced that R$20.1bn (£7.6bn) would be spent preparing Brazil for the World Cup, including R$2.5bn on airport improvements and R$1bn on hotels. But analysts believe that even with that cash injection Brazil is unlikely to make significant progress until at least next year.

Araujo dismissed the suggestion that the delays might lead Fifa to host the 2014 World Cup elsewhere, as some sections of the Brazilian media have suggested. "The big problem will not be about hosting the event, the World Cup is not at risk," he said. "The big risk is about us, about Brazil, about white elephants and about several billions being poured down the drain on stadiums that will never be used after the World Cup."

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Football is the most high profile sport in the world and with the World Cup about to start, the game is back in the spotlight. Footballers today are not just sportsmen , they are role models for young people around the world. The respect campaign is now being rolled out across the World at grassroots level and that is a something that all coaches at youth level should be implementing at this time, but will it make a difference to our young players when every weekend our professional players show little if any respect for our referees and linesmen, how can the FA expect  use as coaches at grassroots level to implement these procedures when our youngsters are seeing their role models constantly surrounding referees and linesmen arguing over every 50-50 decision they make.
I know that football is a passionate game and that some times perhaps referees make bad decisions, but then there only human all of use make mistakes, Ill ask you this how often do you see professional rugby players arguing with the ref during a game, and if you watched the last rugby world cup then you will know that the during game play you could hear everything the ref said to the players and the players addressed the referee as “SIR”.In order to promote this may we suggest that FIFA add a Green Card to the Referee's kit in order to praise players who show good sportsmanship and fair play during the World Cup. The Green Cards should then be added up and a special award given to the player who has most green cards. We shall be nominating Green Cards throughout the World Cup.

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Jose may have left these shores but John Terry is a great disciple. As we can all see he is still the captain on the field. Just as England were faltering he did a "Jose" by taking the flack himself and being contraversial. Throughout the qualifying group matches the English defence has only conceded one freakish goal which could not be blamed on the five outfield players. In fact it was Stephan Gerrard fritting back and forth across Dempsey of the USA who allowed the freakish shot that Rob Green fumbled. Terry, Ashley Cole, Johnson, Carragher, King and Upson have all played their part. It is our offensive side that has let us down. Still we are through despite this. Whilst we all recognise the talent of Wayne Rooney, he is clearly not 100% fit and sentimentality keeps him in we should remember that in 1966 Sir Alf Ramsey left out our golden goalscorer, Jimmy Greaves, after injury and his replacement Geoff Hurst was the goal hero. Even Steve Gerrard has had a poor season with Liverpool and is clearly not at the top of his form. Remember England  HAVE NOT LOST A MATCH. The French hardly qualified for the finals, so why is everyone surprised at their performances. England, on the other hand, qualified with ease under the captaincy of John Terry. If we lose the people to blame are obvious " THE NEWS OF THE WORLD". England fans should boycott it- they could have ruined our summer.
Some 36 women from the Netherlands dressed up as Danish supporters before stripping down to reveal the orange miniskirt designed by Dutch beer brewer Bavaria at Soccer City stadium. Three Dutch women were held and questioned for three hours. The Dutch foreign ministry has asked the South African authorities to explain why the women were forcibly removed from the stadium.
At last Some sexy gals.It seems that the authorities in South Africa are taking a leaf out of the book of their old masters the Africaans. Is this new bright state really so prudish as to prosecute a few girls in Orange Dresses? or is it that once again that  Money is in control? I suspect the latter. Because it has been so cold in South Africa we are being starved of beautiful fans parading their wares. Instead we have seen wooly hats , gloves and scarves. The South African police spokesman said ""the women were suspected to be involved in organised acts to conduct unlawful commercial activities".
This sounds like they are "ladies of the Night".  Come off it... Erica Roe streaked across Twickenham and brought thousands of new rugby fans. In fact more people go to our rugby site to see her picture than to read about rugby.  One girl on our golf page "Belinda Kerr" has been viewed over a million times. (She is a New Zealand golfer but bears the name Belinda, who is a South American Pop Star- hence the views.) The Wimbledon Streaker & the Athena Tennis poster get most views on our Tennis pages. Do we have to abide the face of Maradonna instead. If Twiggy goes to the matches will M & S be prosecuted?
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“What I saw of the English in their 1-1 draw against the USA had very little to do with football,” Beckenbauer said. “It looked to me as if the English have gone backwards into the bad old days of kick and rush. “I am not sure if the England coach, Fabio Capello, can still change much there. The English are being punished for the fact that there are very few English players in the English Premier League clubs, as they use better foreign players from all over the world.”(Is that why Michael Ballack, the German Star, couldn't hold down a first team place at Chelsea who have now dispensed with his services?)
Franz Beckenbauer(The Kaiser)  was born in the post-war ruins of Munich, the second son of postal-worker Franz Beckenbauer, Sr. and his wife Antonie. He grew up in the working-class district of Giesing. We note that a certain Kaiser, who once swept unsuccesfully at Wembley in 1966, is having a go at England for using a "long ball". May we humbly tell this bespectacled old man that England are using the same ball as everyone else. It is meant to be round, not long. If he wishes we shall be pleased to recommend him to an optician in order that he can see the same as everyone else. It only took 4 mins for England to short pass the ball through the USA defence. Unfortunately it was a long ball from Dempsey that equalised for the USA. But then maybe the myopic Gentleman thought he was watching an old American boxer throwing a sucker punch at Gene Tunny.

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Fifa president Sepp Blatter has revealed that he telephoned France captain Thierry Henry to offer him support over his controversial handball in the World Cup play-off win over Ireland.

"I called Thierry, because he tried to get in touch with me," Blatter told French newspaper L'Equipe. "He was honest by admitting that he did use his hand, but it wasn't his responsibility to tell the referee. "When I was a centre forward in my junior team, I definitely gained an advantage by pulling a defender's jersey in order to score a goal. And I didn't go and see the referee to tell him about it."  Blatter's remarks are incredible as he seems to be condoning cheating within the game & it certainly makes a mockery of FIFA's Fair Play code. To quote Blatter prior to the start of the World Cup qualifying campaign - 'Fair play should come before anything else ... These qualifying matches must epitomise fair play. They should encapsulate the sporting, moral and ethical principles for which Fifa has always stood. And they must leave a lasting impression!". Blatter's words sound very hollow considering he has basically said that cheating is fine as long as you don't get caught. Its difficult to see how he can support Fair Play within the game on the one hand and on the other, ring the perpetrator of the cheating to console him and offer him his support.

Article one of the FIFA fair play code reads as follows : "Winning is without value if victory has been achieved unfairly or dishonestly. Cheating is easy, but brings no pleasure. Playing fair requires courage and character. It is also more satisfying. Fair play always has its reward, even when the game is lost. Playing fair earns respect, while cheating only brings shame. Remember: it is only a game. And games are pointless unless played fairly." The Fifa president had previously refused to comment on the incident, prompting criticism from Football Association of Ireland (FAI) chief executive John Delaney. France's play-off with Ireland was poised at 1-1 on aggregate in the second leg in Paris when Henry controlled the ball with his hand twice before teeing up William Gallas for the decisive goal,the linesman had a clear view of the Henry handball yet for some reason failed to make any signal to the referree about the act of blatant cheating by the French forward. The cheating incident sparked furious protests from the Irish players that were taken up by the Irish government.
The revelation that Blatter personally contacted Henry follows soon after the announcement by UEFA boss Michel Platini that the play-off's for the next European Qualifying Championships will be weighted heavily in favour of the bigger nations, with the play-off draw being seeded and the teams offered the chance to play the second leg at home.

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The first World Cup Casualty is Lord Triesman of the English FA. He had a spat of Foot & Mouth when chatting up a young lady he had been seeing. 
He now stays behind with that leader of men Wayne Bridge who fell out with his former love "John Terry"
1 Billion Condoms For The World Cup
South Africa is hosting the World Cup this summer, but that's not the only thing they plan on hosting.  They expect a lot of sex - a billion of sex to be exact.  No, that's not hyperbole, either.   And where there is lots of intermingling and sex, there is a slew of sexually transmitted diseases.
That's why health ministers in South Africa have ordered a billion condoms to be sent to the country for the upcoming World Cup soccer matches.  That total is nearly double the demands in previous years and roughly ten times more what the Winter Olympics required in Vancouver. Albeit it was a much smaller supply, the Winter Olympics were in need of a refill on their intial stock, so maybe the World Cup is overly preparing for the sexy times to not make the same mistake the Olympics made -- leaving genitals unbagged.
Either way, that's a lot of expected sexual healing for the soccer players, fans, and tourists in South Africa this summer. And in the country that has the highest HIV numbers in the world, it's not such a bad idea for the World Cup to make sure they have more than jock support on the soccer fields.
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18 17/06 20:30 Polokwane France France 0-2 Mexico Mexico
33 22/06 16:00 Rustenburg Mexico Mexico 0-1 Uruguay Uruguay
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19 17/06 16:00 Mangaung / Bloemfontein Greece Greece 2-1 Nigeria Nigeria
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Brad Guzan Marcus Hahnemann Tim Howard Carlos Bocanegra Jonathan Bornstein
Steve Cherundolo Jay Demerit Clarence Goodson Chad Marshall Oguchi Onyewu
Heath Pearce Jonathan Spector DaMarcus Beasley Alejandro Bedoya Michael Bradley
Ricardo Clark Clint Dempsey Maurice Edu Benny Feilhaber Stuart Holden
Sacha Kljestan Robbie Rogers José Francisco Torres Jozy Altidore Edson Buddle
Brian Ching Landon Donovan Robbie Findley Herculez Gomez Eddie Johnson
Top- Never Say Die

Total Form H2H
#   Team MP W D L F A D P Last 5 matches  
1 Previous rank: 3 3 1 2 0 4 3 +1 5 W D D
3 1 2 0 2 1 +1 5 W D D
3 Previous rank: 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 +0 4 L D W
3 0 1 2 0 2 -2 1 L D L
Match Date - Time Venue


5 12/06 20:30 Rustenburg England England 1-1 USA USA
6 13/06 13:30 Polokwane Algeria Algeria 0-1 Slovenia Slovenia
22 18/06 16:00 Johannesburg - JEP Slovenia Slovenia 2-2 USA USA
23 18/06 20:30 Cape Town England England 0-0 Algeria Algeria
37 23/06 16:00 Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth Slovenia Slovenia 0-1 England England
38 23/06 16:00 Tshwane/Pretoria USA USA 1-0 Algeria Algeria

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Group D
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Michael Beauchamp Mark Bresciano Tim Cahill Nick Carle David Carney Scott Chipperfield
Jason Culina Brett Emerton Adam Federici Richard Garcia Vincenzo Grella James Holland
Brett Holman Mile Jedinak Brad Jones Joshua Kennedy Harry Kewell Shane Lowry
Scott McDonald Mark Milligan Craig Moore Lucas Neill Jade North Tommy Oar
Nikita Rukavytsya Mark Schwarzer Carl Valeri Dario Vidosic Luke Wilkshire Rhys Williams
  Adelaide United goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic has been selected as a 31st player as back-up to the three goalkeepers.
  Out but showed Fight
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Jorg Butt Manuel Neuer Tim Wiese Dennis Aogo Holger Badstuber
Andreas Beck Jerome Boateng Arne Friedrich Marcell Jansen Philipp Lahm
Per Mertesacker Serdar Tasci Heiko Westermann Sami Khedira Toni Kroos
Marko Marin Mesut Özil Bastian Schweinsteiger Piotr Trochowski Cacau
Mario Gomez Stefan Kießling Miroslav Klose Thomas Müller Lukas Podolski

       Top but not the usual Germany
Stephen Adams Daniel Adjei Stephen Ahorlu Richard Kingson Lee Addy
Ibrahim Ayew Samuel Inkoom John Mensah Jonathan Mensah John Pantsil
Hans Sarpei Isaac Vorsah Eric Addo Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu Anthony Annan
Kwadwo Asamoah André Ayew Derek Boateng Kevin-Prince Boateng Michael Essien
Dramani Haminu Laryea Kingston Bennard Yao Kumordzi Sulley Muntari Stephen Appiah
Dominic Adiyiah Matthew Amoah Asamoah Gyan Owusu-Abeyie Quincy Prince Tagoe
    The Best African Nation & without Michael Essien

Zeljko Brkic Andjelko Djuricic Bojan Isailovic Vladimir Stojkovic Branislav Ivanovic
Aleksandar Kolarov Aleksandar Lukovic Ivan Obradovic Antonio Rukavina Neven Subotic
Nemanja Vidic Milan Jovanovic Gojko Kacar Milos Krasic Zdravko Kuzmanovic
Nenad Milijas Milos Ninkovic Radoslav Petrovic Dejan Stankovic Zoran Tosic
Danko Lazovic Dragan Mrdja Marko Pantelic Nikola Zigic
  Not in the class of the Old Yugoslavis

Total Form H2H
#   Team MP W D L F A D P Last 5 matches  
3 2 0 1 5 1 +4 6 W L W
3 1 1 1 2 2 +0 4 L D W
3 Previous rank: 4 3 1 1 1 3 6 -3 4 W D L
4 Previous rank: 3 3 1 0 2 2 3 -1 3 L W L

Match Date - Time Venue


7 13/06 20:30 Durban Germany Germany 4-0 Australia Australia
8 13/06 16:00 Tshwane/Pretoria Serbia Serbia 0-1 Ghana Ghana
21 18/06 13:30 Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth Germany Germany 0-1 Serbia Serbia
24 19/06 16:00 Rustenburg Ghana Ghana 1-1 Australia Australia
39 23/06 20:30 Johannesburg - JSC Ghana Ghana 0-1 Germany Germany
40 23/06 20:30 Nelspruit Australia Australia 2-1 Serbia Serbia
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Group E
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Souleymanou Hamidou Carlos Kameni Guy Ndy Patrick Tignyemb Jean-Patrick Abouna
Benoit Assou-Ekotto Sebastien Bassong Gaetan Bong Makadji Boukar Geremi
Joel Matip Stéphane Mbia Nicolas Nkoulou Rigobert Song Aurélien Chedjou
Achille Emana Eyong Enoh Jean Makoun Georges Mandjeck Patrick Mevoungou
Landry N`Guemo Marcel Ndjeng Alexandre Song Billong Vincent Aboubakar Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Samuel Eto'o Mohamadou Idrissou Dorge Kouemaha Pierre Webó
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Stephan Andersen Kim Christensen Jesper Christiansen Thomas Sorensen Daniel Agger
Lars Christian Jacobsen Simon Kjaer Per Kroldrup Patrick Mtiliga Mikkel Beckmann
Thomas Enevoldsen Christian Eriksen Jesper Gronkjaer Daniel Jensen Martin Jorgensen
Thomas Kahlenberg Michael Krohn-Dehli William Kvist Christian Poulsen Jakob Poulsen
Simon Poulsen Dennis Rommedahl Michael Silberbauer Nicklas Bendtner Søren Larsen
Jon Dahl Tomasson

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Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi Eiji Kawashima Seigo Narazaki Daiki Iwamasa Yuichi Komano
Yasuyuki Konno Yuto Nagatomo Yuji Nakazawa Marcus Tulio Tanaka Atsuto Uchida
Yuki Abe Yasuhito Endo Makoto Hasebe Keisuke Honda Junichi Inamoto
Daisuke Matsui Kengo Nakamura Shunsuke Nakamura Takayuki Morimoto Shinji Okazaki
Yoshito Okubo Keiji Tamada Kisho Yano

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Sander Boschker Maarten Stekelenburg Michel Vorm Vurnon Anita Khalid Boulahrouz
Edson Braafheid Johnny Heitinga Joris Mathijsen Andre Ooijer Giovanni Van Bronckhorst
Gregory Van Der Wiel Ron Vlaar Ibrahim Afellay Nigel De Jong Demy De Zeeuw
Orlando Engelaar Stijn Schaars Wesley Sneijder Mark Van Bommel Rafael Van der Vaart
Ryan Babel Eljero Elia Klaas-Jan Huntelaar Dirk Kuyt Jeremain Lens
Arjen Robben Robin Van Persie

Total Form H2H
#   Team MP W D L F A D P Last 5 matches  
3 3 0 0 5 1 +4 9 W W W
3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 6 W L W
3 Previous rank: 4 3 1 0 2 3 6 -3 3 L W L
4 Previous rank: 3 3 0 0 3 2 5 -3 0 L L L

Match Date - Time Venue


9 14/06 13:30 Johannesburg - JSC Netherlands Netherlands 2-0 Denmark Denmark
10 14/06 16:00 Mangaung / Bloemfontein Japan Japan 1-0 Cameroon Cameroon
25 19/06 13:30 Durban Netherlands Netherlands 1-0 Japan Japan
26 19/06 20:30 Tshwane/Pretoria Cameroon Cameroon 1-2 Denmark Denmark
43 24/06 20:30 Rustenburg Denmark Denmark 1-3 Japan Japan
44 24/06 20:30 Cape Town Cameroon Cameroon 1-2 Netherlands Netherlands
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Group F
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 Arrivadeche- The 2006 Champions Go Home
Gianluigi Buffon Morgan De Sanctis Federico Marchetti Salvatore Sirigu Salvatore Bocchetti
Leonardo Bonucci Fabio Cannavaro Mattia Cassani Giorgio Chiellini Domenico Criscito
Gianluca Zambrotta Mauro German Camoranesi Andrea Cossu Daniele De Rossi Ivan Gennaro Gattuso
Cristian Maggio Claudio Marchisio Riccardo Montolivo Angelo Palombo Andrea Pirlo
Marco Borriello Antonio Di Natale Alberto Gilardino Vincenzo Iaquinta Giampaolo Pazzini
Simone Pepe Fabio Quagliarella Giuseppe Rossi

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New Zealand

James Bannatyne Glen Moss Mark Paston Andrew Boyens Tony Lochhead
Dave Mulligan Ryan Nelsen Winston Reid Ben Sigmund Tommy Smith
Ivan Vicelich Andy Barron Leo Bertos Jeremy Brockie Tim Brown
Jeremy Christie Aaron Clapham Simon Elliott Michael McGlinchey Rory Fallon
Chris Killen Shane Smeltz Chris Wood

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Diego Barreto Aldo Bobadilla Justo Villar Antolin Alcaraz Julio César Cáceres
Marcos Cáceres Denis Caniza Paulo Da Silva Julio Manzur Claudio Morel
Aureliano Torres Darío Verón Sergio Aquino Edgar Barreto Carlos Bonet
Victor Cáceres Marcelo Estigarribia Eduardo Ledesma Néstor Ortigoza Christian Riveros
Jonathan Santana Enrique Vera Jorge Achucarro Lucas Barrios Edgar Benitez
Óscar Cardozo Rodolfo Gamarra Osvaldo Martínez Roque Santa Cruz Nelson Haedo Valdez
The Senors Go Through

Lubos Kamenár Dusan Kuciak Ján Mucha Dusan Pernis Marek Cech
Jan Durica Tomas Hubocan Lubomir Michalik Mario Pecalka Peter Pekarík
Martin Petras Kornel Salata Martin Skrtel Radoslav Zabavník Marek Hamsik
Miroslav Karhan Kamil Kopunek Jan Kozak Juraj Kucka Marek Sapara
Miroslav Stoch Zdenko Strba Dusan Svento Vladimir Weiss Filip Holosko
Martin Jakubko Erik Jendrisek Stanislav Sestak Robert Vittek
They Go Through Without The Chzecks

Total Form H2H
#   Team MP W D L F A D P Last 5 matches  
1 Previous rank: 3 3 1 2 0 3 1 +2 5 D W D
2 Previous rank: 4 3 1 1 1 4 5 -1 4 W L D
3 Previous rank: 2 3 0 3 0 2 2 +0 3 D D D
4 Previous rank: 1 3 0 2 1 4 5 -1 2 L D D

Match Date - Time Venue


11 14/06 20:30 Cape Town Italy Italy 1-1 Paraguay Paraguay
12 15/06 13:30 Rustenburg New Zealand New Zealand 1-1 Slovakia Slovakia
27 20/06 13:30 Mangaung / Bloemfontein Slovakia Slovakia 0-2 Paraguay Paraguay
28 20/06 16:00 Nelspruit Italy Italy 1-1 New Zealand New Zealand
41 24/06 16:00 Johannesburg - JEP Slovakia Slovakia 3-2 Italy Italy
42 24/06 16:00 Polokwane Paraguay Paraguay 0-0 New Zealand New Zealand
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Group G
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 The Samba keeps Playing
Gomes Doni Julio César Daniel Alves Michel Bastos
Lucio Gilberto Luisão Thiago Silva Juan
Maicon Gilberto Silva Julio Baptista Josué Blumer Elano
Kaká Kleberson Felipe Melo Ramires Robinho
Grafite Luis Fabiano Nilmar

Côte d'Ivoire

Vincent Angban Boubacar Barry Daniel Yeboah Aristide Zogbo Brou Angoua
Souleymane Bamba Arthur Boka Guy Demel Emmanuel Eboue Steve Gohouri
Abdoulaye Meite Siaka Tiéné Kolo Toure Kanga Akale Emerse Fae
Jean-Jacques Gosso Abdul Kader Keita Emmanuel Koné Romaric Chiek Tiote
Gnegneri Yaya Toure Gilles Yapi Yapo Didier Zokora Aruna Dindane Seydou Doumbia
Didier Drogba Salomon Kalou Bakari Koné Lacina Traore Gervinho
Out But Good value
Korea DPR

Kwang-min Ju Kim Myong-Gil Ri Myong-Guk Pak Chol-Jin Cha Jong-Hyok
Ri Jun-Il Ri Kwang-Chon Ri Kwang-Hyok Pak Nam-Chol Nam Song-Chol
Pak Sung-Hyok Ri Chol-Myong Mun In-Guk Kim Kyong-Il Pak Nam-Chol
Kim Yong-Jun An Young-Hak Ji Yun-Nam An Chol-Hyok Choe Kum-Chol
Kim Kum-Il Kim Myong-Won Jong Tae-Se Hong Yong-Jo
Back Home- Does the population Know?
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Beto Eduardo Daniel Fernandes Duda Bruno Alves
Ricardo Carvalho Fábio Coentrão Ricardo Costa Rolando Paulo Ferreira
Miguel Ze Castro Deco Pepe Raúl Meireles
Pedro Mendes Tiago Nani Simão Miguel Veloso
Danny Liedson Hugo Almeida Cristiano Ronaldo
What A Defence- No Goals against & through
Group G P GD Pts
Brazil 3 +3 7
Portugal 3 +7 5
Côte d'Ivoire 3 +1 4
Korea DPR 3 -11 0
Match Date - Time Venue


13 15/06 16:00 Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire 0-0 Portugal Portugal
14 15/06 20:30 Johannesburg - JEP Brazil Brazil 2-1 Korea DPR Korea DPR
29 20/06 20:30 Johannesburg - JSC Brazil Brazil 3-0 Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire
30 21/06 13:30 Cape Town Portugal Portugal 7-0 Korea DPR Korea DPR
45 25/06 16:00 Durban Portugal Portugal  0 - 0 Brazil Brazil
46 25/06 16:00 Nelspruit Korea DPR Korea DPR 0 - 3 Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire
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Group H

 They are through
Claudio Bravo Luis Murillo Marin Miguel Pinto Roberto Cereceda Pablo Contreras
Ismael Fuentes Mauricio Isla Gonzalo Jara Gary Medel Waldo Ponce
Arturo Vidal Jean Beausejour Carlos Carmona Marco Estrada Matias Fernandez
Gonzalo Fierro Mark Gonzalez Rodrigo Millar Rodrigo Tello Hector Mancilla
Fabián Orellana Esteban Paredes Alexis Sánchez Humberto Suazo Jorge Valdivia

Ricardo Canales Donis Escober Noel Valladares Victor Bernardez Osman Chavez
Maynor Figueroa Oscar Boniek García Emilio Izaguirre Sergio Mendoza Johnny Palacios
Mauricio Sabillon Edgar Alvarez Roger Espinoza Amado Guevara Julio Leon
Ramon Nunez Wilson Palacios Hendry Thomas Danilo Turcios Walter Martinez
Carlos Pavon David Suazo Georgie Welcome

Back to the Drawing Board
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Iker Casillas Pepe Reina Víctor Valdés Raúl Albiol Álvaro Arbeloa
Joan Capdevila Carlos Marchena Gerard Pique Carles Puyol Sergio Ramos
Xabi Alonso Sergi Busquets Cesc Fábregas Xavi Andrés Iniesta
Gonzalez Jesus Navas David Silva Javier Martínez Mata Pedro
Fernando Llorente Fernando Torres David Villa

Ole - They Are Through
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Diego Benaglio Johnny Leoni Marco Wölfli Mario Eggimann Stephane Grichting
Stephan Lichtsteiner Ludovic Magnin Philippe Senderos Steve von Bergen Reto Ziegler
Tranquillo Barnetta Valon Behrami Gelson Fernandes Benjamin Huggel Gökhan Inler
Marco Padalino Pirmin Schwegler Xherdan Shaqiri Hakan Yakin Eren Derdiyok
Alexander Frei Blaise N'Kufo Marco Streller

Back To The Mountains
Group H P GD Pts
Spain 3 +2 6
Chile 3 +1 6
Switzerland 3 +0 4
Honduras 3 -3 1

Match Date - Time Venue


15 16/06 13:30 Nelspruit Honduras Honduras 0-1 Chile Chile
16 16/06 16:00 Durban Spain Spain 0-1 Switzerland Switzerland
31 21/06 16:00 Nelson Mandela Bay/Port Elizabeth Chile Chile 1-0 Switzerland Switzerland
32 21/06 20:30 Johannesburg - JEP Spain Spain 2-0 Honduras Honduras
47 25/06 20:30 Tshwane/Pretoria Chile Chile 1-2 Spain Spain
48 25/06 20:30 Mangaung / Bloemfontein Switzerland Switzerland 0-0 Honduras Honduras

Knockout Matches

Last 16
Day Date Home team Score Time
Away team    
Saturday 26 June UruguayUruguay 2-1
 16 : 00 
Korea RepublicKorea Republic
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Saturday 26 June USAUnited States 2-3
20 : 30 GhanaGhana
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Sunday 27 June GermanyGermany
16 : 00 EnglandEngland
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Sunday 27 June ArgentinaArgentina 3-1
20 : 30 MexicoMexico
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Monday 28 June NetherlandsNetherlands 1-0
16 : 00 SlovakiaSlovakia
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Monday 28 June BrazilBrazil 2-0
20 : 30 ChileChile
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Tuesday 29 June ParaguayParaguay Win on Pens
16 : 00 JapanJapan
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Tuesday 29 June SpainSpain 1-0
20 : 30 PortugalPortugal
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Quarter Finals
Match 9: NetherlandsNetherlands 02/07, 16:00 BrazilBrazil
Match 10: UruguayUruguay 02/07, 20:30 GhanaGhana
Match 11: ArgentinaArgentina 03/07, 16:00 GermanyGermany
Match 12: ParaguayParaguay 03/07, 20:30 SpainSpain
Semi- Finals
Match 13: Winner QF2 06/07, 20:30 Winner QF1
Match 14: Winner QF3 07/07, 20:30 Winner QF4
3rd Place Play-Off
Match 15: Semi Final Loser 1 10/07, 20:30 Semi Final Loser 2
    Match 16:
Semi Winner 1 V Semi Winner 2
11th July, 20:30,
Soccer City, Johannesburg

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• The first whistle of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa will be blown on 11 June 2010...
• The first whistle of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa will be blown on 11 June 2010 and the final game will take place on July 11.

In 2010 South Africa will host the Fifa Football World Cup, the first time the world's premier sporting event will be held on African soil. Get a sneak preview of the personalities, places, cities - and all the stadiums - that will help make Africa's debut a feast of football.

South Africa regularly hosts major international sporting events, and since 1994 has successfully managed some of the biggest - including the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the Women's World Cup of Golf in 2005 and 2006 and, in January 2006, the only street race in the inaugural A1 GP World Cup of Motorsport.

But the Football World Cup, the world's biggest sporting event after the Olympic games - in terms of television audience, bigger than the Olympics - is in a class of its own.

For four weeks in 2010, South Africa will be the centre of the world. The Germany 2006 World Cup was the most extensively covered and viewed event in television history. South Africa 2010, promise to draw even bigger audiences. The eyes of billions of television viewers, an estimated three million international visitors and the cream of the world's sporting media will be focused on the southern tip of Africa. We don't aim to disappoint.

Interactive Map of the World Cup Stadiums in South Africa - The final 10 stadiums to be utilised for the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa: Please move your mouse over the Green Stadium Locators on the map for more detailed information about each of the 10 Stadium and then click to view the individual maps and additional information for each stadium.

Green Point Stadium in Cape Town Nelson Mandela Stadium in Port Elizabeth
Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein
Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg Soccer City in Johannesburg
Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria
Mbombela Stadium in Nelspruit Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane
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Olegario Benquerenca, Portugal Massimo Busacca, Switzerland Frank De Bleekere, Belgium Martin Hansson, Sweden Viktor Kassai, Hungary
Stephane Lannoy, France Roberto Rosetti, Italy Wolfgang Stark, Germany Alberto Undiano Mallenco Howard Webb, England
Carlos Amarilla, Paraguay Hector Baldassi, Argentina Jorge Larrionda, Uruguay Pablo Pozo, Chile Oscar Ruiz, Colombia
Carlos Simon, Brazil Khalil Al Ghamdi, Saudi Arabia Ravshan Irmatov, Uzbekistan Subkhiddin Mohd Salleh, Malaysia Yuichi Nishimura, Japan
Mohamed Benouza, Algeria Koman Coulibaly, Mali Jerome Damon, South Africa Eddy Maillet, Seychelles Joel Aguilar, El Salvador
Benito Archundia, Mexico Michael Hester, New Zealand Peter O’Leary, New Zealand

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