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Archive for June, 2010

You Know the FIFA World Cup Is in action when all the soccer/football commericals starting taking over on the cable network. This time around lets take a look at the Bud-nation’s latest creation with the Budweiser FIFA World Cup™ TV Spot “Kick” ad, obviously someone forgot to include the vuvuzela band

Posted by Alex On Jun - 24 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Prior to Italy’s final Group F match scheduled for Thursday June 24th, Italian manager Marcello Lippi spoke to the press. Ahead of this decisive Group F clash with Slovakia Lippi told reporters, “We must improve in attack”, and “We don’t want this to be our last game.” All four teams from Group F are still in it with Paraguay leading the pack on four points, while Italy and New Zealand follow with two and Slovakia with one point. It’s been […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 24 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Argentina don’t need squeeky bum time, because they come out the group phase squeeky clean, winning all three of their group matches. The Albiceleste maintained a perfect recorded in FIFA World Cup 2010 with a 2-0 win over Greece in Polokwane, South Africa late yesterday. Goals from Martín Demichelis and substitute Martín Palermo provided the Argentine manager, famed Diego Maradona, with 9 out of 9 points and first place in Group B. The South Americans now prepare for their weekend […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 23 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Diego Milito (Inter) Milito will extend his contract at Inter until 2014 after more talks with the club, according to his agent Fernando Hidalgo. Spanish giants Real Madrid have been showing interest in the Argentine who scored 30 goals in 51 appearances for Inter last season. Leonardo Bonucci (Genoa/Bari) potential transfer of centre-back Bonucci from Genoa and Bari (player is co-owned) to Juventus is getting more complicated as Inter show interest. In the meantime La Gazzetta dello Sport is claiming […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 23 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Luis Suárez was the lone goalscorer for Uruguay in this one, as the South Americans finish top of Group A on 7 points. Their opponents Mexico claimed second place in group A and will also advance to the next stage after a gallant attempt by host nation South Africa to leapfrog El Tri winning 2-1 against 10-men France in the other final group match played today. The South Africans are level on points with Mexico but lose out on goal […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 22 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

After a disappointing result and performance against Ivory Coast last week, Portugal bounced back in the best fashion possible by beating the Democratic Republic Of Korea 7-0. Portugal dropped Liedson in favour of Hugo Almedia and it worked. Portugal were only 1-0 up at half time thanks to Porto Raul Merieles 29th minute effort when slotted it past Ri Myong-Guk after Tiago through ball. North Korea defensive organised play completely capitulated in the 2nd half conceding 6 goals in 37 […]

Posted by Scot Munroe On Jun - 22 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Hopefully this will become your one stop center for Serie A and World Cup 2010 news. Tired of bookmarking all those soccer news links. Looking for your favorite Italian calcio sites to be translated and ready to read. search no further try the NEW serieaweekly news aggregator page.  Notice also a new link on the red menu bar at the top of our homepage.

Posted by Alex On Jun - 21 - 2010 2 Comments READ FULL POST

In this special World Cup 2010 episode Dov Schiavone interviews Albert Campa who writes for Dov and Albert take a look at Group A results. Hope you enjoy the podcast and do leave us your comments Powered by Standard Podcasts: Hide Player | Download | Embeddable Player |

Posted by Alex On Jun - 21 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Slovakia played the second match on Sunday against the heavily favored, Paraguay. The match was played at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, and it proved to be a great preview for one team who will be making it into the next round. I wrote in an earlier article, that I thought this would be Slovakia’s toughest match. Much like Slovakia, Paraguay are a young and fast team, they movie the ball quickly. Even though they only scored once on Italy, […]

Posted by Jay Scardina On Jun - 20 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Our South American correspondent Juan Arango of SimplyFutbol starts match Day 7 at World Cup 2010 with an audio recap of Group B match Argentina vs South Korea. Big news thus far today is the Albiceleste become the first country to quality for the next round with Argentina winning 4-1 over their opponents today. Lots of praise for the little general Diego Maradona, and Juan rates the South Americans a BIG 7, with work still to be done at the […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 17 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Our South American correspondent Juan Arango of SimplyFutbol closes out match day 6  at World Cup 2010 with audio recaps on Group H with review of Honduras vs Chile, Spain vs Switzerland and Group A review of host nation South Africa vs Uruguay. Of course news of the day has to be tournament favorites Spain losing to Switzerland with serious questions asked of manager Vicente del Bosque. However, not far behind is the loss by host nation South Africa with […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 17 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Hello listeners sit back, hit the play button, and listen to our second in a series of World Cup podcasts. Today’s host Kevin Walker introduces guest Andy Brassell from BBC’s 5live World Football and ESPN. The show will be a short intro plus a review of Day 6 at the FIFA 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Today’s pod has all eyes and ears focused on Spain vs Switzerland with Spain’s 0-1 defeat to the Swiss guards.       […]

Posted by Alex On Jun - 17 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST

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