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Old June 29, 2009, 12:33 AM
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Default Qualifiers for FIFA World Cup 2010

204 countries around 6 continents are contesting to qualify for next years FIFA World Cup.

Groups and Standings

Places in final stage:

Africa 5 +1 (Host Nation)
Asia 4.5
Europe 13
North, Central America & Caribbean 3.5
Oceania 0.5 (New Zealand won the qualifying section and will now play-off against the side who finish fifth in Asian Zone for a place)
South America 4.5 (The 5th placed team enters a home-and-away playoff with the 4th placed team from North,Central America & Caribbean)


Teams are qualified so far:
  • South Africa (Host Nation)
  • Australia
  • Japan
  • North Korea
  • South Korea
  • Netherlands

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Old June 29, 2009, 01:28 AM
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Isn't it injustice to give South America so few places in terms of talent and skills???
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Old June 29, 2009, 01:43 AM
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Isn't it injustice to give South America so few places in terms of talent and skills???
Definitely. Although South America doesn't have as many countries as Europe does, it has quality in every team except Venezuela and the Guyana(s) perhaps. Even Surinam can have a great team if their best didn't opt to play for Holland. I'd rather see one more SA side than bad Euro sides like Belgium or Switzerland.
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Old June 29, 2009, 09:27 AM
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Isn't it injustice to give South America so few places in terms of talent and skills???
Its probably because of fewer teams.
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Old June 29, 2009, 09:43 AM
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World Cup Qualifying - CONMEBOL Qualifying Stage

GPWDLGSGCGDP
Brazil 14 7 6 1 25 6 19 27
Chile 14 8 2 4 23 14 9 26
Paraguay 14 7 3 4 20 13 7 24
Argentina 14 6 4 4 19 15 4 22
Ecuador 14 5 5 4 18 20 -2 20
Uruguay 14 4 6 4 23 16 7 18
Colombia 14 4 5 5 7 11 -4 17
Venezuela 14 5 2 7 17 24 -7 17
Bolivia 14 3 3 8 19 30 -11 12
Peru 14 1 4 9 7 29 -22 7

World Cup Qualifying - CONCACAF Fourth Round

GPWDLGSGCGDP
Costa Rica 5 4 0 1 9 5 4 12
United States 5 3 1 1 10 6 4 10
Honduras 5 2 1 2 6 6 0 7
Mexico 5 2 0 3 6 8 -2 6
El Salvador 5 1 2 2 6 7 -1 5
Trinidad & Tobago 5 0 2 3 6 11 -5 2

lol, at Englands Group in UEfa, Can't believe people are gassing them up

Argentina vs Brazil is in the next group of matchs in South American Qualifying, September 5th
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Old June 29, 2009, 11:09 AM
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Concacaf or the Central America gets one too many spots, imo.
6 teams should have max 2.5.

You gotta thank Frank Lowe for taking Aussie soccer to new heights.
Joining the Asian Federation was probably the best thing happened to their soccer in million years.
The team that was always the last to fight for qualification now qualified as one of the first teams.
Plus being in the company of some competitive opponents also helps to raise the bar for them.
After all, no point beating Tuvalu 33-0 and then not qualifying.
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Old June 29, 2009, 11:44 AM
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Europe has also get few more places which they actually deserve thanks to their strong political influence within FIFA. Apart from some European countries rest of are playing very boring football to watch. Most of them retain a certain level but missing creativity but will nevertheless proceed to the finals stage.
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Old June 29, 2009, 11:48 AM
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Concacaf or the Central America gets one too many spots, imo.
6 teams should have max 2.5.
You Know theres 3 Stages of Qualifying right?

This is just the FInal Stage of Qualification, the Hexagonal.

Costa Rica will turn lots of heads in 2010
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Old June 29, 2009, 03:36 PM
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Asia/Oceania: Winner between Bahrain and Saudi Arabia will play against New Zealand for a place in the WC.
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Africa: Algeria, Ghana and Ivory cost are in strong position in 3rd round, for Cameron and Nigeria its not looking good
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Old September 25, 2009, 05:29 PM
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I just cannot believe Argentina having such trouble time with Coach Maradona.
THey have two matches left and both are must win. Probably Peru will be an easy ride but arch rival Uruguay will not give them an easy ticket.

In case they end up fifth they will have to wait for Carribean fourth placed team and go for a decider with them. All those Maradona fans had to see this after so many hypes.
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Old September 25, 2009, 05:58 PM
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In case they end up fifth they will have to wait for Carribean fourth placed team and go for a decider with them. All those Maradona fans had to see this after so many hypes.
In the Words of Diego about the playoff, "They did it in 94 and no one died ". There Lucky CONCACAF has gained a little seperation and the US and Mexico are breaking away. Costa Rica looked destined for 4th after starting out red hot.

If they qualify and trust they will qualify ... No team in the wrold wants to face Argentina.
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I am not really worried either that they won't qualify. Nobody wants to see it, but also nobody wants to see the best of the two of Latin America to infringe in as an underdog!

It is the difficulty they are having to march atop along with Brazil, the net effect is with such classy players coach Maradona's reliability and effectivity of his training has come into question as his once demigod figure is rapidly depleting among Argentine fans so as to fans in other nations.
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World Cup Qualifying 2010
Team Standings
TeamGPWDLGFGA+/-PtsHomeAway
1. 1696132923335-3-04-3-1
2. 1693422139307-0-12-3-3
3. 1683527207274-2-24-1-3
4. 166552123-2234-4-12-1-4
5. 1664620191225-2-11-2-5
6. 1656526188214-2-11-4-4
7. 166372232-10214-1-32-2-4
8. 165561014-4205-1-20-4-4
9. 1633102034-14123-2-30-1-7
10. 1624101432-18102-4-20-0-8

Ecuador will face Chile and Uruguay.
Argentina will face Peru and Uruguay.
Venezuela will face Paraguay and Brazil.

Argentina has a easier schedule than Uruguay and Venezuela and a point advantage. They have to draw against Uruguay to have any chance of fending Uruguay and Venezuela for the fifth spot.

Ecuador has a point advantage over Argentina but has two away games. Nice race down there. A win would secure their fate.
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Maradona Partying it up tonight

Palmero's Goal will live on forever

USA/Houndras was a great game I found a stream too bad 75% of people didn;t see it
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World Cup qual. - South America - October 14

FT Peru 1 - 0 Bolivia
FT Brazil 0 - 0 Venezuela
FT Chile 1 - 0 Ecuador
FT Uruguay 0 - 1 Argentina
64' Paraguay 0 - 0 Colombia
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so from South America - Brazil/Paraguay/ Chile/ Argentina confirmed. Uruguay needs to pass the playoff match against CONCACAF team!
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Did anyone watch Bahrain Saudis last week? Two goals in the last 3 minutes in over time. emotion showing through the fans.....
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USA Scores on the play before stoppage time to send Costa Rica to the playoff and sending Houndras into the World Cup Finals.

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EUROPE:

The qualified teams

FIFA World Cup: Denmark (Gr 1), Switzerland (Gr 2), Slovakia (Gr 3), Germany (Gr 4), Spain (Gr 5), England (Gr 6), Serbia (Gr 7), Italy (Gr 8), Netherlands (Gr 9)

Play-offs (4 teams will go through): Portugal (Gr 1), Greece (Gr 2), Slovenia (Gr 3), Russia (Gr 4), Bosnia-Herzegovina (Gr 5), Ukraine (Gr 6), France (Gr 7), Republic of Ireland (Gr 8)
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If we beat Bahrain we are into the soocer world cup for the first time since 1982
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Ok, now without checking online, who can name the 5 teams who have appeared in all world cups since 1982?

Hint: 3 are European teams
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Italy, Germany, England, Brazil, Argentina
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Ok, now without checking online, who can name the 5 teams who have appeared in all world cups since 1982?

Hint: 3 are European teams
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How about the Dutch? Can't remember but Mexico should be there to. Now i am going to check the net.
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Old October 15, 2009, 09:20 AM
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Well with the word "SINCE"

South Korea
Spain
Italy
Germany
Brazil
Argentina

All qualified for the world cups.
Belgium just missed 2006, England 94, Holland 02, Mexico 90 (because the were disqualified for having overaged player in a previous Youth Tournament), USA 86, Russia 98 and 06.
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