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Home >Special Edition > Sunday, June 20, 2010
[FRANCE] The French national team was thrown intro disarray on Sunday when its players boycotted a public training session at its base in Knysna in support of Nicolas Anelka, who had been sent home after he insulted Coach Raymond Domenech and refused to apologize.WORLD CUP SUNDAY: USA: Jozy Altidore's contributions ... Read the whole story
[GROUP F] Who would have ever predicted that after the second weekend of play at the World Cup England, France, Italy and Spain would all be winless? Perhaps the most shocking result to date was New Zealand's well-deserved 1-1 tie with Italy. For what we liked and didn't like about ... Read the whole story
[FLASHBACK] The Maurice Edu goal nullified by referee Koman Coulibaly's phantom call wasn't the first time the USA was robbed of a World Cup goal, although the last time it wasn't nearly as painful. Read the whole story
[SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven games were the fewest of any team to win the World Cup. For all the World Cup results and leading scorers ... Read the whole story
[PREDICTIONS] Spain finds itself in a must-win situation for its game Monday against Honduras. Meanwhile, Switzerland, which upset the Spaniards in their opening game, must deal with raised expectations. For a look at Monday's three games and Soccer America's predictions ... Read the whole story
[SCENARIOS] Friday's Group C matches -- the thrilling 2-2 USA-Slovenia game and dreadful 0-0 England-Algeria -- left all four teams still in contention for berths in the second round. Here's what the USA and its rivals must do on Wednesday to advance ... Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"We are playing Ghana and not Kevin-Prince Boateng. Feelings about one person have to be set aside.”-- Germany general manager Oliver Bierhoff on whether the Germans will be seeking revenge against Ghana's Kevin-Prince Boateng, whose foul in the English FA Cup against Michael Ballack inflicted the ankle injury that knocked Germany's top player out of the World Cup. Boateng grew up in Germany and played for its youth national teams before switching allegiance to his father's country. His half brother, Jerome, is on the German squad in South Africa. Germany and Ghana play on Wednesday. (AP) ...More


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