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Home >Special Edition > Friday, Dec. 4, 2009
[WORLD CUP 2010 DRAW] The most dramatic soccer event that doesn't happen on grass delivered relief for the USA, which has been grouped with England, the lowest ranked of the seeded teams besides the host, Algeria, the least intimidating of Africa's entrants out of group play, and Slovenia, the smallest ... Read the whole story
"Sport has the power to inspire and unite people. In Africa, soccer enjoys great popularity and has a particular place in the hearts of people. Which is why it is so important that the FIFA World Cup will, for the first time ever, be hosted on the African continent in ... Read the whole story
[FIRST ROUND] Play begins at the 2010 World Cup with two games on June 11: South Africa-Mexico in Johannesburg and France-Uruguay in Cape Town. The USA opens the next day against England in Rustenburg. For the complete first-round schedule ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] U.S. coach Bob Bradley said his team looks forward to launching its World Cup campaign against England. "It's a great way to start," he said. "It's big challenge, but when you come to the World Cup and you have a chance to kick it off against an opponent like ... Read the whole story
[ENGLAND] England will head to the World Cup brimming with confidence. It doesn't hurt that the English have been placed in what they will view as an easy group in which to play. For a look at the USA's opening opponent on June 12 in Rustenburg ... Read the whole story
[SLOVENIA] Considered by many to be the weakest of the 13 European teams at the World Cup, Slovenia rallied to qualify for the World Cup for the second time. Its 2-0 win at Slovakia on the last weekend of group play allowed it to advance to the European playoffs, where ... Read the whole story
[ALGERIA] Algeria was the last African team to qualify for the 2010 World Cup, needing a hotly contested playoff game to defeat reigning African champion Egypt. The Desert Foxes will be viewed as the weakest of the five African teams that went through qualifying, but England coach Fabio Capello, for ... Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP 2010] Jabulani, the official 2010 World Cup ball was unveiled, at ceremonies on Friday morning. The adidas ball is named after the isiZulu word for "to celebrate," and its 11 colors represent the 11 players on a team, the 11 official languages of South Africa and the 11 ... Read the whole story



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