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World Cup- 2006

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Of course the overwhelming favorite this year is the current champion team from Brazil, with 11-to-5 odds given by Las Vegas casinos. England, Italy, Argentina and Germany are right on Brazil's heels... Updates, later..
-Rick Moran posts his excellent analysis of the World Cup:
WORLD CUP PREVIEW: BLAME IT ON RIO
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-Germany 2006 Match Venues!


UPDATE 1-Soccer-World-Argentines alive to Kezman threat
11 minutes ago
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany, June 12 (Reuters) - Serbia & Montenegro striker Mateja Kezman is a moody player but can be extremely dangerous when on form, Argentina's World Cup winger Maxi Rodriguez said on Monday. ++

U.S. team makes World Cup debut today
AP News - 45 minutes ago
Today's the day that U.S. soccer fans have been waiting for: The Americans make their World Cup debut in this year's tournament. The Americans play the Czech Republic in a match that's scheduled to start at noon Eastern time. In other games today, Australia faces Japan and Italy takes on Ghana. ++

Australia's return; after 32-year gap
Excerpt-by Guy Jackson
53 minutes ago
BERLIN (AFP) - Australia return to the World Cup after an absence of 32 years as they face Asian champions Japan, while Italy's clash with Ghana will show how much the match-fixing scandal back home has affected their morale. ++

Birchall reveals World Cup torment ahead of England clash
AFP News - 1 hour, 41 minutes ago
Should World Cup minnows Trinidad and Tobago pull off another upset against England on Thursday, expect the Caribbean islands to party like never before. ++
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