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Milan: B&G’s playground

NOTE: Berlusconi and Galliani, the 2 guys who make all the big decisions at AC Milan will be referred to as B&G in this post. Another summer of uncertainty looms over Milan now as B&G do their best impression of … Continue reading

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World Cup Final – Spain v/s Netherlands: The Preview

A new nation will have it’s name engraved on the World Cup trophy come Sunday evening as the two richest footballing academies in the world clash in the final at Johannesburg’s Soccer City stadium. Where as the Dutch will be … Continue reading

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Germany vs Spain – THE preview

Germany Germany have made it to the semifinals against the odds, having been favourites to “trip up” against Argentina. After ripping that notion to shreds, Joachim Loew’s side are now up against the European champions and pre-tournament favourites Spain. Importantly, … Continue reading

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URUGUAY v/s NETHERLANDS: Preview

So, we are down to the last 4 of the World Cup. Uruguay face the Netherlands. One won the World Cup in its very first edition back in 1930  (and would go on to win it once more) while the … Continue reading

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Ghana v/s Uruguay: Preview

While Ghana will aim to become the first African team to reach the semis, Uruguay will be looking to relive their glory days (from over half a century ago) when they became the first nation to win the World Cup … Continue reading

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Who’s going to take the Cup?

The lineup right now: Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Paraguay, Uruguay, Ghana. Elimination method no. 1: Goals scored by opposing teams From 1994, World Cup winners have not had another team score against them (this excludes own goals) in the … Continue reading

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And it begins… Brazil v/s Holland

The group stage is over. Boring at times, it will nevertheless be remembered for last edition’s finalists bowing out getting their asses handed to them. The round of 16 is also done with and Mexico and England will look back … Continue reading

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