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The 31 provisional rosters
May 12th, 2010 1:20AM

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[WORLD CUP ROSTERS] Some coaches, like the USA's Bob Bradley and England's Fabio Capello, named a 30-player provisional roster and will wait to see how training camp goes before cutting it down to 23 players for the World Cup. Others, like Brazil's Dunga, didn't waste his time and announced his 23. Then there was North Korea, mysterious as always, which has made no announcement.

The only thing known about North Korea is that it is taking three Japanese-born players, including J-League Kawasaki Frontale striker Jong Tae-Se, dubbed the "Asian Wayne Rooney."

ROSTER ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Group A: South Africa | Mexico | France | Uruguay

Group B:
Argentina | Nigeria | Greece | South Korea

Group C:
USA | England | Slovenia | Algeria

Group D:
Germany | Ghana | Serbia | Australia

Group E:
Netherlands | Denmark | Cameroon | Japan

Group F:
Italy | Paraguay | Slovakia | New Zealand

Group G:
Brazil | Portugal | Ivory Coast | North Korea

Group H:
Spain | Chile | Honduras | Switzerland



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