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Vincent Janssen at Spurs and 6 other Eredivisie stars who flopped in the Premier League

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A penny for Vincent Janssen's thoughts. He would have expected to start this season as Tottenham Hotspur's second choice striker, battling with Son Heung-min for the right to understudy Harry...

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Exclusive: Tino back in Toon

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The 17 September 1997. The day Newcastle United embarked on their first Champions League campaign. La Liga runners-up Barcelona provided the opposition, boasting names such as Rivaldo, Luis Figo and Luis Enrique.

Newcastle were going into the unknown. After finishing runners-up in the Premier League to Manchester United the previous season Kenny Dalglish's side deserved their chance with Europe's elite.

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Sweet Sixteen

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TFT is rejoicing at having reached the end of the group stage, and the busiest part of the match schedule, with his sanity and his marriage intact despite catching pretty much every game of the event. So a review of the remainder of the games below, including some catch-up material from the previous evening:

Group E

Many years from now, Japanese fans may look upon yesterday's 3-1 win over Denmark as a real turning point for their national side.

Gonna have fun in the city

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Last night I dreamt I had to write The Fiver but it was a fraught experience. The Guardian's editor was reluctant to use a snippet about an horrendous earthquake in the Falkland Islands because he said it just wasn't funny enough. Nothing about it not being football related, funnily.

He then replaced that story with a bit about Efan Ekoku being raised by wolves before hiding out in the basement of a pub where he had apparently been living for the last six years because he was afraid Danny the drug dealer from Withnail and I was out to get him.


World Cup 2010: Japan 3-1 Denmark

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Japan v Denmark has to wait until the boys on the Beeb can get Italy's exit out of their system. But this is probably fair enough. Earlier group results have switched the focus from Netherlands v Cameroon, which means we've got Martin Keown summarising. The BBC had Manish Bhasin on the stadium gantry in Cape Town.

Top five conclusions: Denmark 1-3 Japan

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1. At last! A team that knows how to take free-kicks with the Jabulani. 2. Japan are obviously a much better team than people gave them credit for pre-tournament. 3. Jon Dahl Tomasson probably couldn't have picked a worse game in which to break Denmark's all-time goalscoring record. 4. It wouldn't be a surprise to see a [.

Video: Keisuke Honda shows Denmark the exit

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The Asians seem to have figured out the Jabulani.

Two free kicks magnificently struck by Keisuke Honda and Yasuhito Endo beat Thomas Sorensen to send Japan two goals up. Shunsuke Nakamura could not have done it better.

In the South Korea vs Nigeria match, Park Chu Young became the first to score a goal through a free kick in this World Cup.

Denmark 1-3 Japan – Video Highlights

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Denmark 1-3 Japan
2010 FIFA World Cup
24 June 2010

Japan would move into the knockout stage with a great 3-1 victory over Denmark.

The Asian side started off quickly with goals from Keisuke Honda in the 17th minute. They would extend their 13 minutes later in the first half as Yasuhito Endo made it 2-0.

Match Review & Highlights: Japan 3 – Denmark 1.

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Takeshi Okada promised Japan would not sit on the draw, and they delivered as advertised. With their three goals they've earned a date with Paraguay in the second stage and the stigma of a team which has finally figured out the Jabulani on free kicks they're the Jabulani Masters.

Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar One To Watch For Newcastle

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We just watched the Cameroon vs Denmark game, in which quite a few former Newcastle players and Magpie targets, played in the game. Vincent Aboubakar 18 year-old Cameroon International Jon Dahl Tomasson played at center-forward for Denmark and supposed loan target for next season Christian Poulsen played in midfield for Denmark but it was [.

Pre-game: Cameroon vs Denmark (19 Jun 2010)

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Match Details Cameroon-Denmark, Group E, Tshwane/Pretoria, Saturday 19 June, 20.30 (local time) Why Denmark would win? Big hopes. Denmark hasn't scored on their last three defeat games and injuries by star players Niklas Bendtner and Jon Dahl Tomasson does not help their cause. This is going to be a tough game for Denmark and what they need is [.

Cameroon Vs Denmark World Cup 2010 Highlights, Preview and Team News

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Group E pair go in search of better luck in Pretoria.

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Cameroon looked impotent in attack against Japan and coach Paul Le Guen may opt to use Samuel Eto'o in a more central role rather than wide right.

Danes suffer Socceroo defeat

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Glenn's going to be following Denmark in the World Cup, and here he has news of a recent friendly defeat:

In their first match since reducing their squad to its final 23 members for the World Cup, Denmark went down 1-0 to Australia in Roodepoort.

Manager Morten Olsen believes that his team need to be more clinical in goal, just as they were when they beat Senegal 2-0 last Thursday.

Denmark World Cup 2010 Preview

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With star striker Nicklas Bendtner already thrown out of London nightspot Boujis last year with his trousers around his knees, the worry for Denmark ahead of their fourth World Cup finals campaign is that the coming month will leave them further exposed.

Morten Olsen, now in his tenth year as national coach, can rely on a relatively solid back line marshalled by Liverpool's Daniel Agger and – knee problems permitting – the hugely promising 21 year-old Simon Kjær, coming from a second straight outstanding season at Palermo.

World Cup Friendlies Recap: There’s No Place Like Home. (When Home Is Soccer City.)

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The glory friendlies, at least in name, took the day off, so we were left with the hosts (that's South Africa), Denmark and Honduras. Luckily South Africa put on a show in front of the Soccer City fans, full with plenty of ear drum-shattering vuvuzelas, men in epic makarabas (to the left) and women dancing with giant.

Denmark 2010 World Cup Squad

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Denmark Preliminary Squad

Coach:Â Morten Olsen

No. Pos. Player DoB/Age Caps Club GK Thomas Sørensen 12 June 1976 (aged 33) 86 Stoke City GK Jesper Christiansen 24 April 1978 (aged 32) 10 København GK Stephan Andersen 26 November 1981 (aged 28) 5 Brøndby GK Kim Christensen 16 July 1979 (aged 30) 0 IFK Göteborg DF Daniel Agger 12 December 1984 (aged 25) 29 Liverpool DF Lars Jacobsen 20 September 1979 (aged 30) 29 Blackburn DF Per Krøldrup 31 July 1979 (aged 30) 28 Fiorentina DF William Kvist 24 February 1985 (aged 25) 12 København DF Simon Kjær 26 March 1989 (aged 21) 8 Palermo DF Simon Poulsen 7 October 1984 (aged 25) 3 AZ DF Patrick Mtiliga 28 January 1981 (aged 29) 1 Málaga MF Martin Jørgensen 6 October 1975 (aged 34) 93 Aarhus MF Dennis Rommedahl 22 July 1978 (aged 31) 93 Ajax MF Jesper Grønkjær 12 August 1977 (aged 32) 76 København MF Christian Poulsen 28 February 1980 (aged 30) 71 Juventus MF Daniel Jensen 25 June 1979 (aged 30) 47 Werder Bremen MF Thomas Kahlenberg 20 March 1983 (aged 27) 29 Wolfsburg MF Michael Silberbauer 7 July 1981 (aged 28) 14 Utrecht MF Jakob Poulsen 7 July 1983 (aged 26) 10 Aarhus MF Michael Krohn-Dehli 6 June 1983 (aged 27) 4 Brøndby MF Thomas Enevoldsen 27 July 1987 (aged 22) 3 Groningen MF Mikkel Beckmann 24 October 1983 (aged 26) 2 Randers MF Christian Eriksen 14 February 1992 (aged 18) 1 Ajax FW Jon Dahl Tomasson (c) 29 August 1976 (aged 33) 107 Feyenoord FW Nicklas Bendtner 16 January 1988 (aged 22) 32 Arsenal FW Søren Larsen 6 September 1981 (aged 28) 17 MSV Duisburg

Most Capped Player: Peter Schmeichel 129 caps
Top Goalscorer: Poul "Tist" Nielsen 52 goals

Back to 2010 World Cup Squads.

Danes name provisional World Cup squad

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It's not just league football the Nordics play during the summer some of them are even going to the World Cup! Glenn Dowd runs the rule over the squad going to South Africa to represent the good Queen Margrethe II, lots of angry cartoonists, and the world's unfinished-sandwich producing community.

Scandinavians Abroad Weekend Round Up

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What a breathtaking weekend it has been across Europe, with the final day drama taking place in many countries. For some, their faith was already sealed, but for others it went down to the wire as they strived to gain success.

Kenneth Perez scored five goals this term as his FC Twente side won their first ever Eredivisie title under the guidance of Steve McClaren.

World Cup 2010

Watch Cameroon Vs Denmark Online

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Cameroon Vs Denmark Live Streaming & Match Preview
FIFA World Cup 2010 – Cameroon Vs Denmark Live Online Click Here
Saturday, June 19th 2010
Kick Off : 19:30 BST
Venue : Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Pretoria South Africa

The match of the group E of the World Cup between Cameroon and Demark will be played at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium on 19 June 2010, kick-off set for 7:30 PM.

The Weekly Answers: World Cup Eye Test II

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First there was the Sports Illustrated jinx, then came the Am I Collective mural curse, and now comes the World Cup Blog quiz spell. Everybody's doomed.

The rules stated each player was to be included on their country's squad at the time, but each player seemed a pretty decent bet to make their squad.

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Los 23 de Dinamarca.

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1 Thomas SORENSEN 12/06/1976 P Stoke City (ENG)2 Christian POULSEN 28/02/1980 MC Juventus (ITA)3 Simon KJAER 26/03/1989 DF Palermo (ITA)4 Daniel AGGER 12/12/1984 DF Liverpool (ENG)5 William KVIST 24/02/1985 MC Copenhague (DEN)6 Lars JACOBSEN 20/09/1979 DF Blackburn Rovers (ENG)7 Daniel JENSEN 25/06/1979 MC Werder Bremen (GER)8 Jesper GRONKJAER 12/08/1977 DL Copenhague (DEN)9 Jon Dahl TOMASSON 29/08/1976 DL Feyenoord (NED)10 Martin JORGENSEN 06/10/1975 MC AGF Aarhus (DEN)11 Nicklas BENDTNER 16/01/1988 DL Arsenal (ENG)12 Thomas KAHLENBERG 20/03/1983 MC Wolfsburgo (GER)13 Per KROLDRUP 31/07/1979 DF Fiorentina (ITA)14 Jakob POULSEN 07/07/1983 MC AGF Aarhus (DEN)15 Simon POULSEN 07/04/1984 DF AZ Alkmaar (NED)16 Stephan ANDERSEN 26/11/1981 P Brondby (DEN)17 Mikkel BECKMANN 24/10/1983 DL Randers (DEN)18 Soren LARSEN 06/09/1981 DL MSV Duisburgo (GER)19 Dennis ROMMEDAHL 22/07/1978 DL Ajax (NED)20 Thomas ENEVOLDSEN 27/07/1987 MC Groningen (NED)21 Christian ERIKSEN 14/02/1992 MC Ajax (NED)22 Jesper CHRISTIANSEN 24/04/1978 P Copenhague (DEN)23 Patrick MTILIGA 28/01/1981 DF Málaga (ESP)
Director Técnico: Morten OLSEN (DEN).

Bendtner and Sorensen Included In Denmark World Cup Squad

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Nicklas Bendtner as expected made the 23 man squad choosen by Denmark manager Morten Olsen, A suprise inclusion in the squad was Thomas Sorensen not by merit but by injury. Sorensen dislocated his elbow a couple of weeks ago and looked a doubt for South Africa but it looks like Olsen will take him just in case he will be able to use him in their opening game against The Netherlands on June 14th

Here's the squad .

The Rest

Interlull: Ramsey’s return,

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On Christmas Day, 1914, during World War 1, a series of unofficial ceasefires took place. Soldiers from both sides emerged from the trenches to meet in no-man's land, to talk, to throw down their arms, and some, remarkably, even played football.

That someone had foresight to bring a newsagent-bought 99p orange cup champion ball with them was a testament to the power of the game.