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Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Denmark 0 Japan 3
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Onwards, ever onwards the Pop World Cup marches, with barely time to draw breath! Both Rob H’s Denmark and Dasal’s Japan need a win here, but even that won’t be enough if the other result goes against them. All they can do is play […]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Cameroon 1 Netherlands 0
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With Ian F’s Netherlands already safely through as group winners this is little more than a run out to keep their eye in, maybe let some of the fringe players have a go. It means a lot more for Weston’s Cameroon who can confirm their plac[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Cameroon 1 Denmark 1
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A must-win match for Denmark here, although given the popularity of all of the African teams so far, they may be facing an uphill battle against a Cameroon side looking to enhance their chances of getting through to the later stages.
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Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Netherlands 2 Japan 0
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Crossing the mid-point of the second group round, if the Netherlands can get a win here a place in the last sixteen is within their grasp whilst Japan will hoping to build on their first game to push it just that little further to secure all three po[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Cameroon 1 Japan 1
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It’s been a good tournament for the African sides so far: but Cameroon’s Weston Debevec has a very tough opening game against pop sleeping giant Japan, managed by Dasal Abayaratne.
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Pop World Cup 2010: Group E – Denmark 1 Holland 4
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Group E of the Pop World Cup brings us our first all-European match of the tournament: Holland take on Denmark in this opening game. The Dutch have a poor recent record at international pop and will be looking to manager Iain Forrester to revive thei[…]

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