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Brazil and France top World Cup bill

Published on June 30, 2006 by in Uncategorized

7/1/2006 Paul Radford BERLIN (Reuters) – Champions Brazil and France top the bill at the World Cup on Saturday when they meet in the competition for the first time since their memorable clash in the 1998 final in Paris. This time the two will be fighting for a place in the semi-finals and a meeting

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Ronaldinho on fire in video-game showdown

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June 26, 2006 FIFAworldcup.com After dinner on Wednesday, several members of Carlos Parreira’s Brazil squad took time out from preparing for their forthcoming showdown with France to enjoy a spot of virtual football action on their games consoles.

 
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Argentina and Germany players clash

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6/30/2006 Mike Collett BERLIN (Reuters) – Players and officials from both teams clashed on the pitch and an Argentine substitute was given a red card after Germany beat Argentina 4-2 on penalties to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup on Friday. Although German coach Juergen Klinsmann and his Argentine counterpart Jose Pekerman played down

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Toni double helps fire Italy into semis

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Fri Jun 30, 2006 9:50 PM BST Simon Evans HAMBURG (Reuters) – Luca Toni struck twice in the second half as Italy beat Ukraine 3-0 on Friday to set up a World Cup semi-final against hosts Germany. The Italians were clearly superior to a Ukraine side making their first appearance at a finals, although Oleg

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Would be king slinks off in decisive substitution

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6/30/2006 By Rex Gowar BERLIN (Reuters) – Juan Roman Riquelme came to the World Cup as a potential player of the tournament but his slow march off the pitch with 20 minutes to go foreshadowed Argentina’s quarter-final defeat to hosts Germany on Friday. Argentina led 1-0 from defender Roberto Ayala’s headed goal from Riquelme’s corner

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Monty Python – International Philosophy

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6/30/2006 Okay Robby, Maria, and the rest of Argentina fans, Time to cheer up. This is a good one to make you smile

 
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Pekerman to quit after defeat

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Friday June 30, 2006 Paul Jump, The Gaurdian Jose Pekerman says he will quit as coach of Argentina after his team’s 4-2 defeat on penalties to Germany. “This has come to an end and I will certainly not go on,” he said after the game. “You have to make a decision and I’m convinced I’ve

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Argentines stunned by World Cup exit

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June 30, 2006 BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentines were stunned, some with tears in their eyes, in packed cafes and bars across Buenos Aires on Friday after Argentina lost 4-2 to Germany in a penalty shootout in the World Cup quarterfinals. Silence fell across the normally bustling Argentine capital after the match, bringing a painful

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