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Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Switzerland 0 Honduras 2
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It’s tight down here at the very end of the group stages but nothing’s decided yet. Switzerland, managed by Greg F have just one point but a win here could see them through (assuming other results go their way). Honduras (Carsmile Steve&#[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Chile 0 Spain 0
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Group H is here, and today’s games mark the end of the popglut which has been this last set of games in the last qualifying round. This game features Alberto’s Spain side, six points out of six and qualification in the bag, against JEL&#8[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Honduras 0 Spain 2
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The two winners from the first set of games in Group H meet here, three points in hand and ready to see who will really make the pace in this group. A win here will put either side within touching distance of qualification.
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Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Chile 1 Switzerland 1
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One of the secrets of the Pop World Cup, like it’s recently-invented footballing cousin, is that very often matches between unfancied outsiders generate the most exciting moments. Chile ans Switzerland, both losers in their first games, are dea[…]

Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Spain 2 Switzerland 0
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The last of our 32 teams take the field of pop: Spain open their campaign against Switzerland. Spain’s Alberto is new to pop management at this level: his opposite number in the Swiss dugout is Greg Fanoe. Good luck to them both!
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Pop World Cup 2010: Group H – Chile 1 Honduras 3
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Group H begins with an intriguing clash between the relatively unfancied Chile and the relatively even more unfancied Honduras. Points on the board important here – both sides have experienced pop managers: Chile has turned to Jel, whereas Hond[…]

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