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

There is a levelling which football brings and a meritocracy. Argentina talked a good game – many have – but it is increasingly clear that in a tournament where the idea of overwhelming individual excellence of single players has (once again) been overshadowed by well crafted teams perhaps the best example of which is Joachim […]

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I shall admit – dear reader – that my predications for this group was that Serbia would win and Ghana would be runners up with Germany exiting at the first stage for the first time since 1938. The 4-0 defeat of Australia and the Serbs difficulty overcoming the group’s African side suggest that those predictions […]

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