Trophy touches down in Africa

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Trophy touches down in Africa


Trophy touches down in Africa

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rnHaving been packed safely and stowed away in its case, the FIFA World Cup™ Trophy begins a 225-day tour of the globe today. rn

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Japan focus on attacking edge

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rnJapan coach Takeshi Okada says his side will focus on building a killer instinct in front of goal as the Blue Samurai prepare for South Africa 2010. rn

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Brazilians can expect a warm welcome

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Brazil is one of the most successful football sides in FIFA World Cup™ history and will receive fanatical support when they arrive on South African shores next year.

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Building, one brick at a time

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The construction workers have been working tirelessly on South Africa's FIFA World cup stadiums and having nearly finished their task they reflect on an important job well done.

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Webo: I feel very important

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rnCameroon forward Pierre Achille Webo chatted to FIFA.com about his role in the team, coach Paul Le Guen and their chances of securing qualification. rn

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Cape Town’s bustling as 2010 Final Draw approaches

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As it proudly readies itself to host the football world during the Final Draw for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, Cape Town is eagerly getting "ready to welcome the world".

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