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Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Portugal 2 Brazil 1
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Portugal and Brazil share a language and a complex colonial and post-colonial history. Today, however, they share a pop-football pitch, and both sides are still hoping to qualify  for the next round. Job de Wit’s Portugal need a win to be sure[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Korea DPR 1 Cote D’Ivoire 1
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We return now to Group G, where nothing is decided. Anyone could go through, anyone could go out. Cote d’Ivoire, managed by Wichita Lineman, have been muscular and impressive so far, while Mark S’s Korea DPR seem to approach us from a differe[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Brazil 1 Cote D’Ivoire 1
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Brazil are one of the giants of pop football but got off to a shaky start in their first game – they’ll be looking to pick up points to stay in touch with this group. The Cote D’Ivoire are full of beans after an exuberant win over a[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Portugal 2 Korea DPR 1
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The Portuguese left the pitch after their disappointing first match with a look of steely determination in their eyes. they knew what was coming next, which was that they didn’t know what was coming next: the unpredictability of Korea DPR.

Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Brazil 0 North Korea 4
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Group G’s second game sees Brazil take on North Korea. Brazil are the most successful side ever in the football World Cup – in pop competition they are more of a sleeping giant, and it’s down to Chris Ambrose to revive their fortune[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group G – Ivory Coast 3 Portugal 1
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With the defending Pop World Cup champions Czech Republic failing to qualify for this year’s tournament, Portugal are the most successful 2006 team represented here. Managed by Job de Wit, they open Group G with a game against the Ivory Coast, […]

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