All World Cup 2010
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Tim Wants USA To Bully

Tim Howard is pleased with the progress which his country have made in the last three World Cups but he reckons that if USA are to progress further than the Second Round then they need to start to bully teams. Tim said: ' We probably need to, at our best, be more domi...Read More
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Heitinga Falls At The Final Hurdle

Johnny Heitinga's Holland side lost eventually after extra time to the Spaniards last night as the Dutch went down 1-0 to an Inesta goal in the 2010 World Cup Final... Everton favourite, Heitinga unfortunately was sent off late on as English referee Howard Webb showed the Dutch man&n...Read More
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Go Jonny Go

So after four weeks, sixty odd matches, and many many hangovers the 2010 World Cup Final is upon us. The Blues have a representative in the Final for the first time since 1966 when Ray Wilson helped lift the Cup for England. Tonight I hope all Blues fans will be going Dutch as our...Read More
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Sylvain Surprised By France Early Exit

Sylvain Distin has added his two-penneth to all those who have earlier commented on his home country getting an early flight home from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Dissa sat at home and watched the scenario unfold to an even worse outcome than the England debacle. France lost twice...Read More
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Final Fling

Eight started (I think), but Jonny Heitinga is the last Everton man standing in this year's World Cup. His Holland side beat Uruguay 3-2 in the semi final in Cape Town to progress to Sundays Final. Jonny will be up there alongside Ray Wilson, the late great Alan Ball, oh yep and M...Read More
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Jonny Has a Semi On

Jonny Heitinga's World Cup is to carry on after his Dutch side remarkably beat favourites Brazil 2-1 in Port Elizabeth this afternoon. Jonny and his Orange men came from a goal down to beat Brazil, with an oggie from Melo and a Wesley Sneider header. Jonny looked comfortable at th...Read More
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Jonny Marches On

Blues hard man Jonny Heitinga is through with his Dutch team mates to the Quarter Finals of the 2010 World Cup. Jonny Boy put one over his new team mate Jan Mucha as the Orange men won 2-1 with goals from Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneider. The Dutch will meet Brazil or Chile, well B...Read More
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Howard Positive On USA World Cup

Although out of the World Cup, Everton's Tim Howard is positive about the USA's performance in South Africa. Tim said: "I think we've gotten better. I think that shows in the last month and certainly in the last year with the Confederations Cup. We've gotten better but st...Read More
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Mucha Ready For Heitinga

Everton's new keeper, Jan Mutcha comes face to face with his new team mate, John Heitinga today at 3.00pm in the World Cup in South Africa. The Slovak keeper will hope that his side can produce another shock of the tournie by beating the Dutch man. Vladimir Weiss, Slovakia coach s...Read More
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Watch England At Goodison

The Award Winning Sodexo Team are now going to be showing the England v the Geeermans live in the 1878 Suite on Sunday 27th June (TODAY!). The cost of a ticket is only £10 and this includes: Admission to the luxurious1878 Suite Pie, Ch...Read More
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And Then There Was One

Jonny Heitinga is now Everton's only survivor is this year's World Cup after Tim Howard's USA team crashed out after extra time to Ghana on Saturday evening. The Yanks were slight favourites for the last 16 time, but were outclassed by the African outfit who took an early lead when Pompey...Read More
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Yep It Was Some Miss

As misses go it was up there with the best of them. Yakubu's howler near the death in the 2-2 draw against South Korea has been ridiculed as one of the worst ever, and even though he wears the Royal Blue it is hard to disagree. Instead of facing Uruguay today in the Last 16, Yak and Joey ...Read More
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Its All Your Fault

Blues Cap e Tan Phil Neville has revealed that USA Coach Bruce Arena (Tina's Dad) told him that Landon Donovan's Everton experience made him into a better player. Landon is currently making a name for himself at this year's World Cup, scoring two and helping his homeland win Group C. ...Read More
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Three In A Row For Johnny

Netherlands progressed to the last 16 of the World Cup with a 100% winning record in Group E. Everton's John Heitinga played his third full game for Holland who won 2-1 against Cameroon. Coach Bert van Marwijk's Dutch side, will face Slovakia on Monday for a place in the quarter-f...Read More
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Everton Keeper Makes History

Jan Mucha joined his Everton goalkeeper colleague, Tim Howard into the next stage of the World Cup. Mucha and his Slovakia team mates beat the World Champions Italy 3-2 to go through with Paraguay from Group F. In a histor...Read More
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Dutch Ace Wants 3 Wins

Everton ace Johnny Heitinga lines up in an unchanged Holland side for the third match running in Group E of the world cup. Cameroon are the Dutch opponents for a 7.30pm kick-off tonight. A win will secure the top of the group spot for the Netherlands and it will keep them at sea level for...Read More
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Howard's Clean Sheet Wins The Day

Everton's Tim Howard kept a clean sheet as USA won their final game to finish top of Group C in the World Cup in South Africa. It was another Everton favourite Landon Donovan who scored the winner with seconds remainin...Read More
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New Keeper Takes On World Champions

Jan Mucha plays for Slovakia against World Cup Winners, Italy in the last game of Group F today. Jan, 28 will have to be on top form to keep the Italians at bay, with Slovakia bottom of the group....Read More
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Cahill Scores In World Cup

Australia beat Serbia 2-1 at the World Cup. Cahill scored a header, beating manure's Vidic to a cross. Off he went to the corner flag for the usual celebration. Cahill was a thorn in Serbia's side throughout the game and had the big Serbian defender Vidic moaning all match. Unfortuna...Read More
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Tiny Thanks The Goodison Faithful

Tim Cahill goes into tonight's do or die clash with Serbia with a huge thank you to all the Everton fans that have supported him in this year's World Cup. Tiny was sent off for a nothing foul in the Aussies opener against Germany. He missed the Ghana draw, but is available tonight for the...Read More
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Yak and Joey Out

Joey and The Yak can think now about a few weeks on a nice beach somewhere after their World Cup dreams ended last night in South Africa. The Yak netted a penalty but it was not enough to beat South Korea, as they were held to a 2-2 draw, which meant that The Koreans progressed through to...Read More
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Pienaar On His Jollies

Steven Pienaar's season came to an end today, despite South Africa's 2-1 win over the French in the World Cup. Uruguay and Mexico went through from Group A. Peanuts will now have a rest for a few weeks and then report back to finch farm for pre-season training with the mighty Eve...Read More
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Must Win For Pienaar

South Africa must beat France today to have any chance of qualifying for the next stage of the World Cup. Everton's Steven Pienaar is hoping the home supporters will give Bafana Bafana the edge with their fanatical support. Hail the vuvuzela!        &n...Read More
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Yak Under Threat

Nigeria may have lost their first two games, but the Super Eagles can still qualify for the last 16 if they beat South Korea and the Greeks lose to Argentina. Both games kick off at 7.30pm tonight. Everton's Yobo and Yakubu hope to start in Durban today, although Yak's place maybe under threat as...Read More
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England v Slovenia

Bluekipper have been given an allocation of free tickets for the Blues 100 Suite on Wednesday afternoon 23rd June to watch England vs. Slovenia. Everton are opening up the lounge free of charge for fans to wat...Read More
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Too Mucha For Jan

New Blues keeper Jan Mucha was left helpless as his Slovakia side went down 2-0 to a rampant Paraguay outfit earlier today. Jan who has been signed by Moyesy to push Tim Howard, was in magnificent form as he pulled off save after save, but goals from Enrique Vera and Cristian Riveros help...Read More
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Jonny Boy at The Double

Jonny Heitinga and his Dutch team mates made it two wins out of two at this year's World Cup. Jonny and his band of merry Orange men made hard work of beating the Japanese 1-0. Inter Milan's Wesley Sneider came up with the goal, to leave the Dutch top of Group E. Whilst I ...Read More
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Landon Does The Biz

Blues old boy Landon Donovan scored one of the goals of the Tournament when his USA side fought back to draw 2-2 with Slovenia. Blues keeper Tim Howard was powerless to stop the Slovenians taking a two goal lead, but in the second period Donovan fired in a beauty to put the Yanks back in ...Read More
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No Pain No Gain

Tim Howard is ready to play through the pain barrier as he lines up for the USA in the World Cup today. The Everton keeper was booted in the ribs by ex-redshite has been emily in the 1-1 draw against England. The USA play Slovenia today at three bells.   Tim said:...Read More
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Moyesy Wary Of World Cup Buys

David Moyes is in South Africa with 5 Live as a commentator and hack. However, he is also using the opportunity to run the rule of his Everton charges who are playing in World Cup 2010 and to have a butchers at potential buys. Moyesy remains wary though of diving in and making an impulse post Wor...Read More
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Yobo Lashes Out

Nigeria skipper Joseph Yobo was in a bad mood after the 2-1 defeat against Greece in the World Cup. He slammed his players for a bad attitude in the second half when his team were down to 10 men. The Everton player was so devastated with the loss that he openly stated that Nigeria ...Read More
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Joey Is Confident

Joey Yobo is confident of a victory in Nigeria's Group B World Cup match against Greece in Bloemfontain today.The Super Eagles lost their opening game 1-0 against Argentina so they must get something from todays match, ideally three points.Joey said: 'We w...Read More
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Pienaar Subbed Again

Steven Pienaar got the curly finger for the second game on the trot as South Africa lost 3-0 to Uruguay in the Group A game tonight in Pretoria.Peanuts was subbed following the dismissal of the South African goalkeeper. A penalty was awarded for the foul by the goalie and Forlan score...Read More
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Get Down To Goodison

 Friday 18th June - ENGLAND v Algeria Avoid the crowded local and watch England's second game of the 2010 World Cup in comfort at Goodison Park. Soak up the atmosphere with friends and watch the action live on our b...Read More
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Yak Calls Troops To Order

The Yak, has spoken up about the importance of Nigeria's next World Cup match against Greece tomorrow.The Captain and Joey Yobo both played in the opening game where Nigeria lost 1-0 against Argentina and as the Greeks also lost their opener against South Korea one of the teams w...Read More
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I've Had Better Days

It's a funny old game football as they say. Tim Cahill was looking forward to a great World Cup, but now thanks to an overzealous Dracula looking like referee, that dream has been crushed. Tiny was sent off for a challenge that deserved a yellow at best, but the ref thought different....Read More
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Cahill Sent Off

Tim Cahill was controversially sent off for Australia in the World Cup. The Everton man appeared to pull out of a sliding tackle but the Mexican referee thought otherwise and showed him the burgundy card. It was a bad day at the office for the Socceroos as they were beaten 4-0 by ...Read More
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Tim Denies Our Boys

Ah well after all the build up, the bloody irony of it all in that Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard prevented England from gaining three points in our World Cup opener. The Blues keeper was simply superb as he thwarted attack after attack, and was named M.O.M.  for his troubles. ...Read More
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Yak & Joey Fail

The Yak and Joey Yobo both played the full game today in Nigeria's 1-0 defeat to Argentina.Both played well, Joey stopping the Argies from running up a cricket score and Yakubuuuuuuuuuuu having a few good goes himself.Joey wore the armband but could not inspire his te...Read More
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Pienaar Subbed

With 83 minutes of the opening match of the 2010 World Cup, South Africa v Mexico, Steven Pienaar got the curly finger and drudged off the pitch.The want away midfielder had put in a below par performance as Mexico came back from being a goal down to deserve a well earned 1-1 draw....Read More