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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Landon Donovan has played in two previous World Cups: the quarterfinal finish in 2002 and the disappointing first-round elimination in 2006. "The two World Cups I'd been a part of, we hadn't strung together three consecutive good results and good performances," he said. "I think this team has the experience ... Read the whole story
The annoying vuvuzela, whose presence at World Cup games has been defended because they are a unique South African tradition, are manufactured in China, which produces them for about 30 cents apiece. Read the whole story
England coach Fabio Capello said defender John Terry -- deposed as captain before the World Cup because of off-field behavior -- had let down his teammates by effectively implicating them in a perceived coup that was due to take place at a meeting on Sunday evening. Fellow players reacted in ... Read the whole story
The first live TV broadcast in North Korea of this World Cup turned of to be Portugal's 7-0 rout of the North Koreans. It was probably the last thing the authorities in North Korea wanted its populace to see, but Korean Central Television showed the entire game, despite a reputation ... Read the whole story


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