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World Cup 2010: Day 6 Recap

Day 6 ended the first round of the World Cup in South Africa. There was a shocking upset, a silencing of the vuvuzelas, and another game full of chances but little goals to show for it. Back to Article

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kbbear10
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2010-06-17 10:27:18 -0700

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Who's Gonna Win the World Cup?

  • France.
  • Italy.
  • Brazil.
  • Some other country - like the Faroe Islands perhaps.

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