Category Archives: World Cup 2010

Platini Out Of Hospital

UEFA president Michel Platini has been released from hospital and is expected to attend tomorrow’s World Cup final between Spain and Holland in Johannesburg. Platini was taken to hospital on Friday night, after collapsing in a restaurant. Early reports indicated … Continue reading

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Webb wishing on World Cup final

The former police officer from Rotherham, Howard Webb, has been one of 10 referees detained in South Africa by FIFA, so they can decide which officiating team will be part of the World Cup final. Webb and his two officials, … Continue reading

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La Celeste vs die Oranje

At the start of the World Cup, if anybody had pitted these two together at the semi-final stage, you would have been severely down in most people’s estimations. The Uruguayans were tipped to finish third behind perennial powerhouses France and … Continue reading

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Mr. Muller

Hearing the surname “Muller” in association with German football automatically creates imagery of the legendary German striker Gerd. German football followers expect him to play with the same prowess and quality that “Der Bomber” oozed in the ’60s and ’70s. … Continue reading

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Sign on the dotted line…

As the World Cup draws to its conclusion and the sun sets on South Africa, the Premier League owners will be opening their chequebooks, pulling out their pens and scribbling down fees to prize some of world football’s hottest talents … Continue reading

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