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Nasif
November 21, 2009, 02:08 PM
FIFA World Cup 2010 starts in about 6 months time. So, like before, here is the new forum for WC2010.

Schedule:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_FIFA_World_Cup_schedule

http://www.fifa.com/mm/photo/tournament/mascot/88/70/39/887039%5fmedium.jpg
http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/67/world-cup

Football related news (this updates automatically):
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bangla-red
November 21, 2009, 02:28 PM
Allow me to christen this section :). Come on England!

Antora
November 21, 2009, 06:10 PM
brazillll

Rommel
November 21, 2009, 06:14 PM
brazillll

typical

Akib
November 21, 2009, 06:57 PM
With france totally embarrassing me, I will need a new team to support.....

Rommel
November 21, 2009, 11:14 PM
^^^^^
ummmm...USA USA USA!!!

Akib
November 21, 2009, 11:34 PM
^^^^^
ummmm...USA USA USA!!!


ummmm...No!!!

Ajfar
November 22, 2009, 01:45 AM
^^^^^
ummmm...USA USA USA!!!

ya usa all the way, its our time to shine,

cricman
November 22, 2009, 01:57 AM
I don't liek the Makeup of this USA team , ofcourse I'll root for them but I want the Group of Death or be grouped with South Africa

Since FIFA hates us and Loves Mexico, we'll get Brazil, Holland and Ivory Coast

Akib don't worry Ribery will come back and France will Start Stylin on Opponents.

http://sports.yahoo.com/soccer/news?slug=ap-fifa-wcupseeds&prov=ap&type=lgns]FIFA yet to decide on World Cup seedings formula


FIFA has yet to select a formula to seed the 32 World Cup qualifiers for the finals draw.

Football’s world governing body said Thursday that the decision will be taken two days before the Dec. 4 draw in Cape Town, South Africa, by a panel composed mainly of FIFA executive committee members.

“The procedure of the final draw will be decided at the bureau of the organizing committee for the 2010 World Cup,” FIFA said in a statement.


Last WC they did it like this

Pot 1 (seeded teams): Argentina(6), Brazil(1), England(7), France(9), Germany(5), Italy(4), South Africa(85), Spain(2)

Pot 2 (rest of UEFA): Denmark(27), Greece(16), Netherlands(3), Portugal(10), Slovenia(49), Serbia(20), Slovakia(33), Switzerland(13)

Pot 3 (AFC + OFC + CONCACAF): Australia(24), Honduras(35), Japan(40), Korea DPR(91), Korea Republic(48), Mexico(18), New Zealand(83), USA(11)

Pot 4 (CAF + rest of CONMEBOL): Cameroon(14), Chile(17), Côte d'Ivoire(19), Algeria(29), Ghana(38), Nigeria(32), Paraguay(21), Uruguay(25)

bangla-red
November 22, 2009, 09:08 AM
With france totally embarrassing me, I will need a new team to support.....

Try Slovenia.

Nadim
November 22, 2009, 11:39 AM
any NZ supporter here beside NZFAN??

Rabz
November 22, 2009, 12:01 PM
I'd support both the Kiwis and the Aussies.
Offcourse, after Brazil.

Rabz
November 22, 2009, 12:17 PM
Btw, i still cant believe that i'm posting on world cup 10 forum!!
Memories of 06 is still so fresh in mind!
...seems like just yesterday!!!

Ashraf-FTP
November 22, 2009, 12:42 PM
yahh.. here it is..

GERMANY ATW!!!!!

watch when Ballack, Frings, Lahm, Podolski, Adler pwn the whole world :D

_Rafi_
November 22, 2009, 01:01 PM
yahh.. here it is..

GERMANY ATW!!!!!

watch when Ballack, Frings, Lahm, Podolski, Adler pwn the whole world :D

which company made these robots?
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Ashraf-FTP
November 22, 2009, 01:05 PM
which company made these robots?
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Joachim Löw and Jürgen Klinsmann Inc. :D

bujhee kom
November 22, 2009, 01:20 PM
Dear mod bhais, I was too excited and was posting a bunch of U.S. soccer legends pics on the U.S. + Mexico thread and screwed up with Abbey Wambach's photo....it came out huge...please help me redude it bhais...and please don't get mad at me for putting women's soccer legends in the men's game discussion, I just wanted to boost my team and my supporters moral!

Here is the thread and it is the last post/pic...you will see...please help and thank you!
http://www.banglacricket.com/alochona/showthread.php?p=1012983#post1012983

Nocturnal
November 22, 2009, 01:27 PM
Ok don't get it..... what's the fuss all about!
Back off all losers! We are the title holder and will take the cup next year too! We have done it before (taking the cup twice in a row) and we will do it again!! Watch Out! :-D

http://italy.worldcupblog.org/files/2008/12/italy_wins_world_cup_2006.jpg

yah! yah! I know they play defensive and no good (in your eyes!) but kissing that solid 18 carat golden trophy feels so good and that only matters in WC!! Ask Zizu or Hand of Frog (http://www.henryhandoffrog.com/) .... they will tell you how it feels like playing with us in the final !! :lol:


VIVA ITALIA!! ITALY ALL THE WAY!! :big_hug:

auntu
November 25, 2009, 03:18 PM
brazillll
http://img156.imageshack.us/img156/1314/iconwinky.gif

Zunaid
November 25, 2009, 03:49 PM
Btw, i still cant believe that i'm posting on world cup 10 forum!!
Memories of 06 is still so fresh in mind!
...seems like just yesterday!!!

82 is still fresh in my head.. Zico, Falcao, Shumacher!, Platini, Rossi, Boniek et al....

Nasif
November 25, 2009, 05:03 PM
82 is still fresh in my head.. Zico, Falcao, Shumacher!, Platini, Rossi, Boniek et al....

The earliest I can remember is the final of 86 WC, Maradona :)

Zunaid
November 25, 2009, 05:16 PM
The earliest I can remember is the final of 86 WC, Maradona :)

That was one boring final. I was actually rooting for Germany after the infamous hand of god.

AsifTheManRahman
November 25, 2009, 06:29 PM
I remember '94. :D

nasimul
December 2, 2009, 07:12 AM
Final Draw procedure


The FIFA Organising Committee approved today the procedure for the Final Draw of the <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="2010 FIFA World Cup" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">2010 FIFA World Cup</yoono-highlight> South Africa™, which will be held in <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Cape Town" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Cape Town</yoono-highlight> on Friday 4 December. The seeding was based on the October 2009 FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking (which you can see by clicking on the link to the right), and Brazil, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Spain" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Spain</yoono-highlight>, the Netherlands, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Italy" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Italy</yoono-highlight>, Germany, Argentina and England are therefore the seven squads that join hosts <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="South Africa" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">South Africa</yoono-highlight> as seeded teams for the Final Draw.
The committee also approved the composition of the other pots as well as the procedure for the final draw:
• Pot 2 will be composed of teams from Asia (Australia, Japan, Korea DPR, Korea Republic), North, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Central America" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Central America</yoono-highlight> and the Caribbean (Honduras, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Mexico" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Mexico</yoono-highlight>, USA) and <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Oceania" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Oceania</yoono-highlight> (<yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="New Zealand" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">New Zealand</yoono-highlight>)
• Pot 3 will include teams from <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Africa" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Africa</yoono-highlight> (<yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Algeria" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Algeria</yoono-highlight>, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Cameroon" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Cameroon</yoono-highlight>, Côte d’Ivoire, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Ghana" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Ghana</yoono-highlight>, Nigeria) and <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="South America" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">South America</yoono-highlight> (Chile, Paraguay, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Uruguay" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Uruguay</yoono-highlight>)
• Pot 4 will have the remaining European teams (<yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Denmark" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Denmark</yoono-highlight>, France, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Greece" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Greece</yoono-highlight>, Portugal, Serbia, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Slovakia" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Slovakia</yoono-highlight>, <yoono-highlight onmouseout="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOut(this)" onmouseover="___yoonoLink.onYoonoOver(event,this)" onclick="___yoonoLink.onYoonoClick(this)" keywords="Slovenia" class="yoono-link-hover yoono-link-active-link">Slovenia</yoono-highlight> and Switzerland)
• hosts South Africa will be automatically positioned as A1; the other seeded teams will be drawn into the other groups B-H, but will always be in position “1” of their group
• groups will be drawn from A to H and the positions in the group will be drawn for Pots 2 to 4
• geographical criteria will also be respected, meaning that no two teams from the same confederation will be drawn in the same group (except European teams, where a maximum of two will be in a group). For example, South Africa cannot play the African teams from Pot 3 and Argentina and Brazil cannot be drawn against the three remaining South American teams.

cricman
December 2, 2009, 01:12 PM
2 or 3 groups of death are possible now

auntu
December 2, 2009, 01:30 PM
82 is still fresh in my head.. Zico, Falcao, Shumacher!, Platini, Rossi, Boniek et al....
82 !! I was 3 at that time... :D

I can remember 90 Argentina's: A final to make you cry. That killer reffere Codesal... Still remember.

Tiger Manc
February 22, 2010, 10:49 AM
It's FOOTBALL NOT soccer!!!

soccer sounds so gay

AshRules
February 22, 2010, 10:52 AM
americans....go figure.

they call a game where there is a minimum of kicking, and even that too by losers, NFL, football.

im joking of course

Ashraf-FTP
February 22, 2010, 07:29 PM
americans....go figure.

they call a game where there is a minimum of kicking, and even that too by losers, NFL, football.

im joking of course
Lol, Doesnt matter you arejoking or not, its true. And a lot of Americans realize that.

ialbd
March 2, 2010, 11:46 PM
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Equinox
May 21, 2010, 08:02 AM
Amazing! Especially Rooney's part.
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AsifTheManRahman
June 11, 2010, 08:18 AM
I'm so stoked! Veins pumping, blood boiling, epidermis gushing! Let's go let's go blitzkrieg! War, party, futbol!

henry123
June 28, 2010, 04:32 AM
What a game yesterday! England vs Germany had everything a world cup game needs - drama, excitement, a blind referee (oh my God, how could the linesmen not see Lampard's goal!) ... Germany was much better and for me they are favorites for the World Cup 2010 (http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/donnychia79/2010/06/u-s-odds-in-world-cup-game/), the English defense was like Swiss cheese, too many holes in it ... Germany deserved the victory although it was bitter for the English that Lampard's goal was not counted.