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

Pak Doo Ik. Don’t say it loud in Italy. The North Korean who scored the winning goal when the tiny Asian side beat the Europeans in 1966 has written his name in Italian folklore as the man who caused the biggest shock in Calico history. Ahn Jung Hwan. You can probably say the name of […]

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The first round of games has been marked by fear and the results of giving into that fear. If one moment summed up the opening sixteen games it was New Zealander Winston Reid heading home in the last minute against a Slovakia side who feared adding to the one goal they had and were punished […]

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Of all the players who are taking the field in this World Cup I’m most pleased to see the Kiwi goalkeeper Mark Paston. Paston – who saved the penalty that sent New Zealand to the World Cup – used to keep goal for Bradford City and I saw most of the thirteen games he played […]

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