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Monday, June 12, 2006

Amazing start to the World Cup!

Wow! What a blazing start to the competition! From a 6 goal thriller opening match, the World Cup has delighted and entertained so far with every game. 8 games completed already – that 1/8 of the competition over and if the rest of the games are as good, the next few weeks will be a real feast of football.

The BBC football coverage has been great - although if Alan Shearer drones on much more he will put me to sleep! Wrightie is his usual bubbly self, Hansen is as entertaining as always and I love the incisive analysis of Martin O'Neil and Gordon Strachan.

A big feature of the opening games is that the so-called “underdogs” are not going to be whipping boys. They are taking the game to the big teams and really giving them a fight – as evidenced by the incredible 0-0 draw achieved by the “Soca Warriors” Trinidad and Tobago against Sweden, despite playing half the game with 10 men. Most disappointing team so far – England! Despite all the hype and the fact that they actually won their game, they looked poor and their inability to keep the ball by playing short simple passes will make them come unstuck against the better teams later on.

I’m off now to load up all the results in my World Cup Soccer interactive wall chart. Remember you can download you copy now using the link below.

World Cup soccer interactive wall chart.

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