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Home > Special Edition > Tuesday, June 29, 2010
[REFEREE WATCH] FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he apologized to England and Mexico for blown calls and said FIFA will reconsider using goal-line technology after this World Cup. "I deplore the obvious refereeing mistakes we have seen," said Blatter, who has a record of strongly resisting the use of video ... Read the whole story
[PARAGUAY-JAPAN] Paraguay reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time when it beat Japan on penalties after their game in Pretoria ended in a 0-0 tie. Read the whole story
[USA] Should Bob Bradley's contract as U.S. national team coach be renewed for another four years through the 2014 World Cup? Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Prepared for either eventuality, Brazil national team sponsor Extra, a supermarket chain, made two versions of a thank-you ad. Small problem: the Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper ran the wrong one. 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

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"We know that there was a burglary at the FIFA offices where they took seven replicas of the World Cup." -- South Africa police commissioner Bheki Cele says that World Cup replica trophies, about 6 inches tall and worth $256 apiece, were stolen from a storage room at FIFA's headquarters in Johannesburg. (AP) ...More

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