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World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review – Phase Three – Part One

Post by David Walker All 32 teams have completed the group stage and sixteen are getting ready for the knockout phase. This is a short round-up of Groups A to D, of the outcomes as they stand following three matches. Did your region qualify or drop at the very first hurdle? Group A1. Germany 9pts, […]

World Cup 2006 Review – Last 16

Report by David Walker The Earth Cup has been lowered from 32 to 16 participating nations as the knockout phases commence. This is how the final 16 faired as they battled for a put in the quarter finals. Argentina have been firm favourites to see off Mexico but Ricardo La Volpe’s facet have been not […]

World Cup 2006 Review – Semi Finals & Final

Article by David Walker The World Cup is around for an additional four years and it was Italy, instead than hosts Germany or a rejuvenated France, that had been crowned Earth champions. Here is a brief round up of the semi ultimate, 3rd and fourth put play off and the ultimate by itself to total […]

FIFA World Cup 2006 Flashback

Write-up by Giorgio Pirelli As we appear forward to the up coming soccer Earth Cup at South Africa in 2010, it’s a excellent time to glimpse back on the very last Planet Cup held in Germany in 2006. It was a memorable Globe Cup that saw Italy win its fourth title right after beating France […]

World Cup 2006 Preview – Germany

Article by David Walker Outright Odds: eight/1Group A Winners: four/nine Former national favourite and Tottenham Hotspur diving enthusiast Jurgen Klinsmann takes handle more than the up coming generation of German gamers who are keen to conclude sixteen a long time of hurt and win the World Cup for a fourth time on their very own […]