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How to buy World Cup tickets

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Football, Tickets

Ticket applications submitted during this period will be processed, subject to availability, on a first come, first served basis. Tickets can be applied for and purchased at Fifa's official website. Following the draw, on 4 December, the third sales phase will run from 5 December until 22 January. Ticket applications during this period will go […]

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Sunshine and Sofas

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Armchair Fan, Football

If you do get of out of that armchair before the 2010 World Cup and make it down to Currys in time then you might want to add your support to giving life to the gasping economy. Because according to the retail industry spokes community the World Cup is both a threat and an opportunity […]

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Are you Germans in disguise?

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · De Bunker, Football

Despite at times playing dull, safe, and unimaginative football England have won all their qualifiers, for the first time ever. But where is the flair, the excitement, what’s there to love? OK, we’ll never have a player like Pele, Cruyff or Maradona. But then Brazil, Holland and Argentina probably never will again. But look across […]

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Seeding and Qualifiers

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Features, Football

The first-round groups will be determined in Cape Town on 4 December with the 8 highest ranked teams allocated to a group each. As hosts, South Africa are guaranteed a top seeding. The other seven seeds are usually allocated through a system that takes account of results from previous tournaments and current Fifa rankings. England […]

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You betya – England believes, again

September 15th, 2009 · No Comments · Betting, Football

Ladbrokes today reported the busiest morning of England world cup betting since the beginning of the current qualifying campaign. Patriotic punters have rushed to back the Three Lions in the aftermath of their emphatic 5-1 victory over Croatia. Fabio Capello’s men are 6/1 to win the trophy, behind 9/2 joint favourites Brazil and Spain in […]

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