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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, June 25, 2010
The only member of the U.S. national team coaching staff to have worked at the last three World Cups is Frenchman Pierre Barrieu. The U.S. fitness coach credits the team's physical and psychological preparation for its never-say-die attitude. Read the whole story
Four years after he guided Italy to the World Cup title, Coach Marcello Lippi's team finished last in Group F, which was considered the weakest of the tournament Read the whole story
New Zealand, with three ties in Group F, became only the fourth country in World Cup history to be eliminated in the first round without losing. The nation's prime minister, John Key, deemed the performance heroic. Read the whole story
Franz Beckenbauer, a World Cup winner as player and coach for West Germany, says Germany's round of 16 opponent England looks burned out, but expects the game to be a "another fantastic soccer battle." Read the whole story


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