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World Cup 2010 podcast – day 7

June 17, 2010

Join Mike Collett, Mark Gleeson, Simon Evans and Kevin Fylan for a little night’s look back on a long day of excellent football at the World Cup in South Africa.

More points for opening matches, less yawning

June 12, 2010

SOCCER-WORLD

The World Cup is under way and with it the traditionally lifeless opening group matches with teams happy to settle for a draw, fearful all could be lost in only the first encounter.

France to host Euro 2016

May 28, 2010

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Favourites France have been chosen to host Euro 2016 after beating Italy and Turkey.

World Cup squad news: Capello calls on Carragher, Ronaldinho left out

May 11, 2010

SOCCER-ENGLAND/Fabio Capello has announced his provisional 30-man squad for the World Cup and the big news is that Jamie Carragher is back, while there is no place for Bobby Zamora or Owen Hargreaves.

Istanbul heads list of Games of the Decade

December 31, 2009

SPORT SOCCER CHAMPIONS

Here’s a total random idea: go and choose the best five matches of the last 10 years – a lot easier said than done.

Live World Cup draw blog on Friday – please join in

December 3, 2009

Just a heads up we will be running a live World Cup draw blog on this site from around 1630 GMT on Friday so feel free to join in the fun.

France miss out on being World Cup seeds

December 2, 2009

France, winners in 1998 and finalists last time, will not be one of the eight top seeds at next June’s World Cup.

Settled Anelka making the difference for Chelsea

November 26, 2009

Nicolas Anelka’s arrival at Chelsea in January last year hardly had the fans buzzing amid all the big-money signings since Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich transformed the fortunes of the west London club.

UPDATE: No replay hopes here … the score predictions are back

November 23, 2009

Monday morning update 2: Mike Collett claims, with some justification it must be said, to have altered his predictions on Friday afternoon. I do indeed have an email from Mike asking me to change them, so I guess we’ll have to give him credit for getting Liverpool v Man City, the double pointer, bang on at 2-2. OK, Mike … but next time, one shot please.