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Home > Soccer America Daily > Wednesday, June 9, 2010
[PREDICTIONS] Soccer America editors Paul Kennedy, Ridge Mahoney and Mike Woitalla agree that Spain and Brazil will reach the 2010 World Cup final, though they are divided about the outcome. For how they see the USA doing, as well as all group finishes and knockout results ... Read the whole story
[USA-ENGLAND COUNTDOWN] Once again, a vital member of England's national team has gone down with an injury on the eve of the World Cup, prompting English pundits and fans to wail in anguish. What does the absence of defender Rio Ferdinand, and England's other injuries woes, mean for the USA? Read the whole story
[PORTRAIT] Hapless host South Africa is suddenly looking like a force to reckoned with at the World Cup. Bafana Bafana are unbeaten in 12 games since Carlos Alberto Parreira returned as head coach. And their star has been their lone striker, Katlego Mphela, whose killer form -- six goals in ... Read the whole story
[PORTUGAL] Portugal's Nani is the latest star to withdraw from the World Cup when he was ruled out of the tournament with a collarbone injury suffered in training last week. Read the whole story
[OFF THE POST] Wanting to be good hosts, South Africa organizers asked competing teams to send the special requests that will make their stay in South Africa that much more enjoyable. Some lists were short -- Slovakia only wanted two ping-pong tables and an electronic dartboard -- but others bordered ... Read the whole story
[TV WATCH] For the first time ever, World Cup matches will be available in 3D. This exciting new leap in sports programming will be available starting on June 11 on the brand new ESPN 3D channel. For details on watching your soccer with a 3-dimensional effect ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] The 2010 World Cup kicks off Friday in South Africa. Here's the complete television schedule with information on online and mobile viewing. Read the whole story
[WORLD CUP VIEWING] Here is a list of some public viewing events being organized across the country during the World Cup. Many are planned for Saturday's USA-England game ... Read the whole story

What They're Saying

"I feel great. The ankle feels fine. It's a little sore, but I had no issues participating in all the exercises today. I'm happy to be part of the group again."-- U.S. forward Jozy Altidore after resuming full training six days after spraining his right ankle during practice. (AP) ...More

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