World Cup Buzz Archives for January 2011

Time to Move Forward with Goal-line Technology

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In 2005 in a match between Tottenham and Manchester United, Spurs midfielder Pedro Mendes hit a 40 yard strike at the Manchester goal. Manchester goalkeeper Roy Carroll fumbled the ball and a goal was scored. However, Spurs were not award the goal the officials failed to see the ball cross the line.

USA 1-1 Mexico: If Only The US Could Have Started Like They Finished The Game

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After the quick change in the head coaching department at US Soccer by removing Bob Bradley for Jurgen Klinsmann, it looks like that this new era has started off well. The site was Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where Mexico, the reigning Gold Cup champions, were ready to take on a side with a few new faces, the United States of America.

Robin Van Persie Rocks Rotterdam

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Adidas has produced a new video which features an exclusive interview with Robin van Persie. The Dutch and Arsenal striker goes back to Rotterdam, where he grew up, to discuss how he got his amazing left foot shot as well as at what age he began playing on the streets.

USA 1–1 Mexico: If Only The US Could Have Started Like They Finished The Game

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Photo by robert.melok

After the quick change in the head coaching department at US Soccer by removing Bob Bradley for Jurgen Klinsmann, it looks like that this new era has started off well. The site was Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where Mexico, the reigning Gold Cup champions, were ready to take on a side with a few new faces, the United States of America.

Rotterdam Roots of Robin van Persie: Video

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adidas has produced a new video which features an exclusive interview with Robin van Persie. The Dutch and Arsenal striker goes back to Rotterdam, where he grew up, to discuss how he got his amazing left foot shot as well as at what age he began playing on the streets.

It's a brief but candid glimpse into Robin van Persie the man and father.

Time to Move Forward with Goal-line Technology

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In 2005 in a match between Tottenham and Manchester United, Spurs midfielder Pedro Mendes hit a 40 yard strike at the Manchester goal. Manchester goalkeeper Roy Carroll fumbled the ball and a goal was scored. However, Spurs were not award the goal the officials failed to see the ball cross the line.