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Home >Special Edition > Tuesday, June 22, 2010
[UNDER THE MICROSCOPE] The knee cap tendon that Oguchi Onyewu ruptured back in October has dominated coverage of the U.S. back line, yet his partner, Jay DeMerit, has rather quietly played two very solid games. The DeMerit-Onyewu pairing in the middle of the U.S. back line is, on paper, an ... 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
[GROUP A] There was no miracle in Bloemfontein, but South Africa sure made it interesting. Uruguay won Group A ahead of Mexico, which edged out South Africa on goal difference for second place and joins the Celeste in the round of 16. Here's what we liked and didn't like about ... Read the whole story
[MAKING A LIST] South Africa’s elimination from the 2010 World Cup marks the first time in the history of the 19 tournaments that the host team has failed to reach the second round. For how the hosts rank in World Cup history ... Read the whole story
[PREDICTIONS] All eight teams in Groups C and D remain in contention for berths in the second round. Slovenia and Ghana lead their respective groups but face stern tests against traditional powers England and Germany. For a look at Wednesday's four games and Soccer America's predictions ... 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

What They're Saying

"Lots of people are for South Africa now. The French are disgusted with the results of their team, so this (cheering) is a bit to make fun of France now."-- French radio journalist Angelique Jurquit on French fans jeering Les Bleus and even cheering for South Africa at a big screen broadcast of across from the Eiffel Tower of South Africa's win over France. The French team's popularity sank further because of a mid-tournament players' revolt.(AP) ...More

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