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Tim Howard of the US celebrates after his team's second goal against Slovenia during a 2010 World Cup Group C soccer match at Ellis Park stadium in Johannesburg June 18, 2010. U.S. equity markets and indexes have churned excruciatingly around the
Fabio Capello lived up to his ruthless reputation on Friday by unceremoniously dumping goalkeeper Robert Green, seen here on June 17, for England's crucial World Cup match againt Algeria. Fabio Capello lived up to his ruthless reputation on Friday by
U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard returned to the net against group leader, Slovenia. A huge game for the Americans as they keep their hopes alive to advance to the next round. A loss and they are sure to be eliminated from advancing in World Cup play.
A history and stunning 1-0 victory over heavily favored Germany has given Serbian football new life. It was the first Serbian victory over the Germans, three-time World cup winners, in 37 years. Serbia
England play their second game of Group C tonight (kick off 19:30 BST) in Cape Town against bottom of the table Algeria. After drawing their first game against the U.S.A., and with only three games played in
England promised much at the start but where ultimately frustrated by some robust US defending. Fabio Capello, England's new coach surprised everyone by not naming his goalkeeper until just before the match. The selected Robert Green, unfortunately
Other nations' flags adorn nearly every bar or pub (accompanied by the incessant droning of vuvuzelas during match hours), whilst football has become one of the main topics of conversation amongst Chinese and expats alike. The Chinese national team
South Africa (AP) — Clint Dempsey feels badly that England goalkeeper Robert Green is being harshly criticized for allowing his goal in the United States' 1-1 tie with England. "It's tough man," Dempsey said Tuesday. "I mean, you'
That's him sat down, not like those other clowns, performing acrobatics on the bar, or press-ups in the box, or running on the spot, togged out in turtleneck pyjama-suits with hands as stunted as a bunch of thumbs, hands that are bandaged or swaddled
The Denmark left-back had just added to the lengthening bloopers' tape of this World Cup. Trying to clear an innocuous Dutch cross at Soccer City yesterday, he headed it into his teammate Daniel Agger, whereupon the ball looped into Denmark's own net.