2010 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw

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2010 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw


2010 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw

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he scene for the Preliminary Draw to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ started in true African fashion today with a chorus from the Spirit of Lion King, adapted from the musical. The bright blue dancers and theatrical echoes of the singers inspired show MC, Robet Marawa, to declare: ...

Which 2 countries you think will be in the FINAL of the 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP?

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As you know the 2010 Fifa World cup will be in South Africa and I would like to know which 2 countries you think will make it in the Final of 2010 world cup?n

‘Africa’s wildest stadium’ set to illuminate World Cup

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Giant orange giraffes, zebras and psychedelic colours are just some of the things visitors can expect at Mbombela's soon-to-be complete 2010 stadium.

Under African skies

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Polokwane's new Peter Mokaba stadium, which will host four World Cup matches, reflects the mountainous bush landscape of the scenic Limpopo province.

Maradona: God help us

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rnBeleaguered Argentina coach Diego Maradona onsought divine intervention as he pondered his side's chances of reaching South Africa 2010.rn

Kiwis injury-free for Bahrain

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New Zealand have named a strong squad for their South Africa 2010 qualifier against Bahrain with goalkeeper Glen Moss the only absentee.

Tenacious Taiwo clings to hope

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FIFA.com chats frankly and exclusively to Marseille defender Taye Taiwo about sluggish Nigeria's struggles in South Africa 2010 qualifying.

Muller slams Germany forwards

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rnThe legendary Gerd Muller has criticised Mario Gomez, Miroslav Klose and Lukas Podolski, and hailed Thomas Muller as Germany's ideal forward.rn

Bent still hoping for World Cup place

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Darren Bent thinks he has the ability to still catch Fabio Capello's eye and make England's World Cup squad for South Africa.England striker keen to avoid World Cup heartbreakThe Sunderland striker, who has six goals to his name already this season, told The Guardian he has not yet given up ...

Muller dismisses current Germany World Cup strikers

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Germany's legendary Gerd Muller says his country's current crop of forwards are below average, with only one deserving a place in the national side.Criticism ahead of crucial World Cup qualifier against RussiaMuller scored 365 goals in the Bundesliga and 68 times in just 62 caps for his country, so he ...