BfB Goes To The World Cup 2010 (Without leaving the front room)

The quarter finals of the World Cup of 2010 start of with the mouth watering mix of the European version of flair against South American attempts at controlled steel. The Dutch – schooled in total football if not always practising it and possessing a good few driving creative players – are consistently the most eye […]

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One wonders what the Dutch supporters think of their side which has yet to – and has yet to be called to – break a sweat and while European top ten sides around them fall in France, Italy and England they continue in seemingly healthy form. They play the Slovakians who took a chunk out […]

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The Japanese 1-0 win over Cameroon was the unsung result of the first set of games with the men form the far east beating the far more power African side with a combination of organisation and a maximisation of the one strength they could boast over the opposition: speed. Which is not to say that […]

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Germans have put down a marker last night with the 4-0 win over Australia and in doing so have achieved what others so far who have an eye on the biggest prize have failed to do: impressed, and caused fear. The Dutch qualified at a canter fourteen points ahead of the second placed side. They […]

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