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Home > Special Edition > Tuesday, June 15, 2010
[GROUP F] In a World Cup seriously lacking in entertainment, it was nice to see an underdog be rewarded -- and in dramatic fashion at that. Former Danish youth star Winston Reid's goal in stoppage time gave New Zealand a 1-1 tie with Slovakia on Tuesday. For what we liked ... Read the whole story
[VIDEO] On the Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert examines the strained relations between the USA and England in the aftermath of the BP oil spill in the Gulf and gets his digs in with a look back at Saturday's USA-England game in Rustenburg ... Read the whole story
[PORTRAIT] When he was 12 years old and a member of Barcelona's youth program, Gerard Pique was taken aside by then coach Louis van Gaal and the Dutchman told the boy he was too stubborn to ever make it as a Barcelona defender. Pique proved van Gaal wrong, and then ... Read the whole story
[PREDICTIONS] Spain, perfect in the group stage at the last two World Cups, will open its 2010 campaign against Switzerland. For a look at Wednesday's three 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

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"We have activated necessary and adequate contingency plans to different stadia in the country. We are confident that we will not compromise the safety of the tournament or our day-to-day normal policing."-- South Africa's national police commissioner Bheki Cele after police took over security at four World Cup venues following new strikes by security guards, including a walkout hours before Brazil's first game. (AFP) ...More

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