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Were Manchester United that good, or were the opposition just plain bad? I’d have to say it was more the latter.
FIFA’S Ballon d’Or Gala awards ceremony last week in Switzerland turned out to be a bit of a joke. But then again, what’s new with FIFA?
I MET a Spanish couple while on holiday in Thailand a couple of weeks ago, and naturally, I had to ask how they felt about their country finally winning the World Cup.
IT WAS inevitable that last Sunday’s FA Community Shield match between Manchester United and Chelsea would be England fans’ first chance at booing their flopping FIFA World Cup 2010 stars.
Does it count as an interview if I wasn’t actually within 500 miles of him and didn’t get to ask any questions? =P
I was lucky enough to be invited to join a global video conference interview with David Beckham, and here’s the transcript of the interview which I’ve painstakingly typed out for your enjoyment.
I’m not going to talk about poor refereeing. I’m here to talk about the poor referees who’ve been turned into scapegoats by that ancient fellowship known as FIFA during this World Cup.
WHAT happens to Malaysia when Twitter goes down for a couple of hours thanks to the influx of tweets during the World Cup and a botched upgrade procedure on Twitter’s end?
By the end of the night, England might be forced to look to a most unlikely saviour to get them through to the next round – a flippin’ coin.
It’s going to be an entertaining game, but if the South Africans get anything out of it, I’ll see it as an upset.
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