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Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Serbia 1 Australia 1
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Serbia have nothing to play for but pride, but Serbia is a proud nation and manager Tim E is a proud fellow, so their hearts will be on their sleeves. Australia still have a slim chance of qualification – Chris B and his team need to win, and w[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Ghana 3 Germany 1
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Ghana have qualified for the next round with a very impressive 100% record, and we are all already sick of the press jokes about their manager living the high life. Andrew H’s Germany need to beat Ben Graham’s mighty Ghana team to have an[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Germany 1 Serbia 0
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Sorry about the slight problem there, but here’s the fourth match in Group D, which sees Germany trying to end plucky Serbia‘s PWC dreams and send them home. But will it be that straightforward?
Voting in this match closes at midnight on […]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Ghana 4 Australia 3
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(due to technical issues we’re swapping the two group d games round, Germany vs Serbia tomorrow hopefully)
And welcome back to Group D where the current leaders Ghana take on Australia, who’ll be looking for their first win to help them o[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Australia 1 Germany 1
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Group D’s second match sees Andrew Hickey’s Germany side take on Chris Burlingame’s Australia. Germany have a chequered recent record at this level but they’ll be expecting to get out of the group stage. The Poperoos will be l[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group D – Ghana 3 Serbia 0
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A quick check of the FIFA site says I’ve been promoting the Group D clashes in the wrong order – so today it’s Serbia taking on Ghana in the group opener. Ghana are managed by Ben Graham, and Serbia‘s gaffer is Tim Emanuel. Bo[…]

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