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  • World Cup 2006 Review - Finals  By : David Walker
    The World Cup is over for another four years and it was Italy that were crowned World champions. Here is a short round up of the semi final, third and fourth place play off and the final.
  • World Cup 2006 - Quarter Finals  By : David Walker
    The World Cup is down to eight countries as we approach the business end of the tournament. This is what happened the four quarter finals and who will be squaring off against who in the semis.
  • World Cup 2006 Review - The Last 16  By : David Walker
    The World Cup has been reduced from 32 to 16 participating nations as the knockout stages begin. This is how the last 16 faired as they battled for a place in the quarter finals.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 3 - 1  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have completed the group stage and 16 are preparing for the knockout phase. This is a short round-up of Groups A to D, of the results as they stand after three matches.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 3 - 2  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have completed the group stage and 16 are preparing for the knockout phase. This is a short round-up of Groups E to H.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 2 - 2  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have played two matches as the World Cup groups have started to take shape. This is a short round-up of Groups E to H, of the results as they stand after two matches.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 2 - 1  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have played two matches as the World Cup groups have started to take shape. This is a short round-up of Groups A to D, of the results as they stand after two matches.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 1 - 2  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have played one match each as the World Cup has begun in explosive fashion. This is a short round-up of Groups E to H, of the results as they stand after one match.
  • World Cup 2006 Group Stage Review 1 - 1  By : David Walker
    All 32 teams have played one match but are things going according to plan? This is a short round-up of Groups A to D, of the results as they stand after one match.
  • Togo World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    First-time World Cup qualification for the tiny west African nation was such a great achievement the country’s president declared a national holiday to celebrate.
  • Saudi Arabia World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Germany will mark Saudi Arabia’s fourth successive appearance at the World Cup but they are still trying to emulate the success achieved in the 1994 finals.
  • Brazil World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    What else is there to be said about Brazil? They are the only team to have participated in every World Cup finals and are five times winners in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994 and 2002. They have also finished as runners up twice in 1950 and 1998.
  • Australia World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    After a 32 year absence from the finals, Australia finally overcame their play-off hoodoo to qualify for Germany. Play off agony to Iran in 1997 and Uruguay in 2001 was vanquished last November as the Australians again faced Uruguay and beat them in a penalty shoot-out.
  • Croatia World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Croatia enter their third successive finals and will look for a repeat of the heroics of 1998 rather than the embarrassment of 2002.
  • Spain World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Spain, yet again, are tipped as dark horses for the World Cup and 2006 will finally end years of disappointment and this generation of players will fulfil their undoubted potential.
  • Switzerland World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Switzerland qualified from the same group as Group F opponents France and also remained unbeaten in 10 qualifying matches, with four wins and six draws.
  • France World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    France were required to call on the cavalry to ensure qualification to the finals. Stuck in fourth place in their group, retired veterans Zinedine Zidane, Claude Makelele and Lilian Thuram returned to the side in an attempt to turn around the fortunes of the failing side.
  • South Korea World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    South Korea shocked the football world four years ago when they beat Italy and Spain to reach the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup.
  • Tunisia World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Tunisia qualified for their third straight finals in dramatic fashion in the final round of fixtures. They needed just a point against arch-rivals Morocco but were trailing 2-1 until Nuremberg midfielder Adel Chadli netted the crucial equaliser 20 minutes from the end.
  • Japan World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Japan are a difficult team to predict. Last year they beat European champions Greece and earned a credible draw with Brazil in last year’s Confederations Cup but their qualifying campaign was less than convincing.
  • USA World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    The USA have a lot to live up to after reaching the quarter finals four years ago but being placed in the “Group of Death” could see their campaign in Germany fall much shorter.
  • Czech Republic World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    The Czech Republic may be ranked by FIFA as the second best team in the world behind Brazil and the best in Europe but they made hard work of qualifying for the finals.
  • Ghana World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    After winning four African Cup of Nations titles and producing players of the calibre of Abedi Pele and Tony Yeboah, the Black Stars have qualified for the World Cup finals for the first time in 10 attempts, stretching back to 1962.
  • Italy World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Italy are the grand masters of heart-breaking tragedy when it comes to major finals. In all three World Cups held in the 1990s, the Italians bowed out on penalties, including Roberto Baggio’s infamous miss against Brazil in the 1994 final.
  • Angola World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    After almost bowing out at the first hurdle, Angola, the smallest of all the African qualifiers, reached Germany at the expense of traditional powerhouses Nigeria.
  • Portugal World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    After a disastrous 2002 World Cup, in which they finished bottom of their group following defeats by both the United States and South Korea, Portugal will be looking to finally live up to their potential on the international stage.
  • Iran World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Iran’s last appearance in the World Cup, back in 1998, produced a shock 2-1 victory over the United States, in what could have been described as a very diplomatic result.
  • Mexico World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    As per usual, Mexico, ranked in the World’s top 10, had an impossibly easy qualifying path to the finals in Germany.
  • Holland World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    New coach Marco van Basten has proven to be a revelation off the pitch as much as he was on it since taking over the Dutch national team.
  • Serbia & Montenegro World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Serbia & Montenegro will start in Germany as undefeated in qualifying with one of the meanest defences in international football.
  • Argentina World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Following a dismal World Cup four years ago which saw first round elimination, Argentina will look to make a serious impact at this year’s finals.
  • Ivory Coast World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    The Ivory Coast topped their qualifying group but the margins between success and failure were so intense it came down to a single penalty kick with just four minutes of qualification remaining.
  • Paraguay World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Paraguay have qualified for their third successive World Cup finals, but like fellow South American qualifiers Ecuador, their route to Germany was an inconsistent one.
  • Trinidad & Tobago World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Trinidad & Tobago will be looking to cause a few upsets after qualifying for the World Cup finals for the very first time at the eleventh attempt.
  • England World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    We’ve seen it all before and do the tabloids genuinely believe this is “England’s best chance of success”?
  • Costa Rica World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Costa Rica are living proof that when it comes to football, size does not matter.
  • Ecuador World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Ecuador qualified for their second World Cup finals in succession on the back of a remarkable home record which included victories over both Brazil and Argentina.
  • Sweden World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Sweden battled their way through an awkward qualifying group which included Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Iceland and qualified as one of the two best placed runners-up.
  • Germany World Cup 2006 Preview  By : David Walker
    Former national favourite and Tottenham Hotspur diving enthusiast Jurgen Klinsmann takes control over the next generation of German players who are keen to end 16 years of hurt and win the World Cup for a fourth time on their own soil.
  • Poland World Cup Preview  By : David Walker
    Following a disastrous 2002 World Cup campaign in which coach Jerzy Engel talked up his side’s prospects only for them to be beaten 2-0 by South Korea and hammered 4-0 by Portugal, Poland will be keen to recreate their former World Cup glories.
  • Reactions To World Cup 2006 Group Stage Draw  By : David Walker
    Brazil received a favourable draw as the group stage of the 2006 World Cup was announced on 9 December. The 16/5 favourites were drawn into Group F with Croatia, Australia and Japan.






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