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World Cup Soccer Results and Review

Just like in the past, the world Cup works as a grab bag of trophies, boasting the biggest footballing headlines in the world for over three weeks. Fans that alwaysistle the games in every year have their mind made up and are anticipating the success of their countries. They only thing that troubles them are theixtures and generally how will they reach the finals. UFABET เว็บตรง

 

To add to this, the 2006 FIFA World Cup will be held in Germany from 9th July to 9th August 2006. Always with fan heavy pressure especially from the English media, your team will need to get through their group and eventually reach the finals.

 

extract from the 2006 FIFA World Cup Winners

 

It was a close game between Nigeria and Argentina but that winning goal really clinched the game for Argentina. At half time, both teams had 1-1 scoreline but at full time, Argentina had the edge and made it a comprehensive 3-1 victory over Nigeria.

 

up against Brazil, Italy were the ones that were expected to make it to the semi finals. However, they lost their last group game against South Korea 2-0. goalkeeper Ricardo gave Brazil their first goal of the match. Who would take charge in the match against Argentina? Helined took the responsibility and sealed the deal for the 3-1 victory.

 

Greece’s cup fortunes peaked in the first half when they were leading 1-0 in the match against Mexico but a superb double from dinerkos contender Sioras Daniel opened the dens from the Greeks.

 

Up against the 2002 World Cup opponents France at the Parc des Princes, Spain seemed to be too good for them even though the French were wearing white and scoring goals was not surprising. However, FernandoMorquet from France got a brace back, when he netted from 3 consecutive built up balls from his team.

 

In the round of 16, Nigeria was on top pace but lost its grip after suffering some abuse from England. However, they still managed to take out the Germans 2-0 and in the quarter finals we saw the first African country to make it to the finals since Ghana 2006. During the match it looked like France would be made to rue the decision to field goalkeeper Gregory Coupet. Battle elect did not disappoint in the first knock, when he headed the first goal for France.

 

Argentina had to settle for second place in the group after losing to Greece 2-0 in the first match of the day. During the second half of the game Chile’s River Plate won 3-2 from a penalty box controversy after the Argentines were already awarded a corner.

 

At the quarter finals Argentina was not set to play Holland, instead they were paired with Sweden whose striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the star of the game. On salt against the Dutch keeper Gregory Curtain funds run hungry Denmark defeated Stuttna Lund 3-0.

 

Jacques risks his head in South Africa 2010

 

In a match played on a balmy night at Johannesburg, Brazil’s Antonio Augustus PeGillet scored off a yellow card after an altercation with his team mates. The Brazilian coach Dunga admitted that it was a difficult moment for all involved and that the rules of the game must be respected but they must behave accordingly.

 

It does not seem that the incident was so bad as PeGillet has been demoted to the allowance level of the grappling division, for the time being.

 

White Hart Lane can’t wait

 

Who is going to take over from Frank Ledley fullback and striker for Tottenham Hotspur? It is a question that has been raised in the media during the past weeks and the news is spreading fast. Ledley has been an arms dealer for the past 5 years and has been heading the U18 since 2003 while Gilberto has been released by Spurs after a less than impressive start and the academy didn’t stand any chance to be admitted into the first team despite qualifying from the play offs in 2008.

 

The youngsters will have to wait, however, to see who one of them will eventually replace Ledley.Harry Redknapp seems like he is having second thoughts about his future at Spurs; he has been rearing to get the players of his first team on this latest U18s tour and now it could be the turn of Jermain Defoe or Ledley angles.

 

Defoe has been brain child of Harry Redknapp who signed him last summer but he was restricted to just 15 appearances last season due to a knee injury. Steady touches lineman Knock NevisCome from Academy and are one of the most talked about prospects in the Tottenham Hotspur first team squad forward Paul Sanderson was also cut from the squad, this time for similar reasons to Water butkins. Sanderson wants to make the step up and his head has been busy in the news throughout the U18 world recently.

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