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Federation Internationale de Football Cartooniste
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North Korea Qualifies
The 2010 finals in South Africa will have a rare appearance of North Korea. Political machinations are probably already underway. For more, see my blog
Allez Henry. You can't stop the man with the ball on a string, the genius of les bleus. He did have some trouble remembering the off-side rule against Spain, so maybe he is almost fallible.
Is it a Swiss striker or a spectator? Who could watch as the Swiss failed to find the net in their penalty shootout against Ukraine? Aparantly they were the first team to ever exit the World Cup without conceding a goal. They are also possibly the first to score a duck in a penalty shoot out.
Is England's Peter Crouch just too tall for the modern game? How do they fit him on the team bus?
By the way, what about that 'bubble wrap' stadium in München?
Did the ball cross the line
Day 2, Argentina v Côte d'Ivoire. There was consternation as the ball appeared to cross the Côte d'Ivoire goal line. The referee consulted the linesman who said, 'due to general relativity, the ball caused space near the line to curve, thus no goal!'