Posts Tagged ‘world cup 2010’

Bread and Circuses

· It's All Over

Football and Fascism

· Football and Fascism

In Praise of Germany

· The Germans

Settlers’ Way

· The Dutch

England’s Negative Alchemy

· Football Punditry

Fifa v. the UN

· Fifa v. the UN

Never Miss a Penalty

· What my father taught me about football

Par for the Course

· Germany's Progress

Mbeki’s Vainglorious Dreams

· The Odds against Ghana

Killing the Goose

· The End of South African Mining?

There was only one Alf Ramsey

· Wenger for England manager

Shrink the Premiership

· England's Failure

Continental Solidarity

· Ghana's New Supporters

No Disgrace

· South Africa's Exit

Free Movement of Individuals

· More on 'soccer colonialism'

Anyone but Australia

· Africa United

Ructions in the French Camp

· 'Soccer Colonialism'

Mayhem in Khayelitsha

· What the Neighbour's Gardener Saw

High Stakes

backs North Korea

Own Goals

· The 1Goal Campaign

The Sound of Cow Bells

· In Durban

Ask Sir Terry

· World Cup Chaos Continues

Cereal Box Tops

· Empty Seats

Where’s Materazzi?

· Italy's lack of fans

Worse than a Chainsaw

· Ban the Vuvuzela

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