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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Friday, July 9, 2010
German fans loved Octopus Paul when he correctly picked the results of Germany's first five games at the World Cup, but they turned on him after he correctly picked -- in an event televised live on German television -- Germany to lose to Spain in the semifinals. Read the whole story
The Netherlands will have the support of many South African locals -- Afrikaners with Dutch roots -- when it plays Spain in Sunday's World Cup final in Johannesburg. Read the whole story
FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke, who noted that the England shot over the goal line against Germany that wasn't seen by the refs was particularly embarrassing, said changes will be made for future World Cups. Goal-line technology is back on the agenda and he also suggested that the use of ... Read the whole story
German striker Miroslav Klose, who has scored four goals in South Africa and is one shy of matching Ronaldo's record of 15 in World Cup play, is nursing a back injury and could miss the third-place game against Uruguay. Read the whole story


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