Fifa 2010

How To : Do all the new skills in 2010 FIFA World Cup game

In one of the most celebrated soccer tournaments, the World Cup is back! And with it comes an assortment of different merchandise, inlcuding its own video game; 2010 FIFA World Cup. This game puts you in the shoes of some of the world's most talented and electric soccer player ...more

FIFA World Cup 2010 : How I'll be watching

The greatest tournament of the world is coming up this week and, let's be honest here, I am very excited. I'll be updating this post frequently, so watch this space! Allegiances US > S. Korea > England > Spain I'm pretty sure the US (crossing fingers) can get out of their ...more

News : The 2010 World Cup is upon us.

The 2010 World Cup is upon us and there isn't much that hasn't been said already. All the leagues around the world are finished and champions have been crowned. The media has covered every angle imaginable. Or have they? Or should they? Is this about the sport anymore? What wi ...more

How To : Do the rabona soccer trick with Ricardo Quaresma

When the 2010 FIFA World Cup begins in June, Ricardo Quaresma will be one soccer player to keep your eyes on. Quaresma, who plays for Portugal International and has led his team to numerous victorious football games, guides you through a rabona, in which you cros one foot und ...more

News : The Sexy Football was Already Here...

Or at the least, Sexy Has Been in Lisbon! There are definitely ladies (Kardashians, Hiltons, et al) that have made the journey to South Africa for more than the matches..... Thanks to HuffPo for the series of topless Cristiano Ronaldo. The newly crowned Armani underwear mode ...more

How To : Beat an opponent with tricks on the soccer field

The excitement from watching the 2010 FIFA World Cup doesn't have to end at the television screen. Freestyle skills supremo Paul Wood and Norweigian star Tina Wulf show you how to perform football kicks on the soccer field to beat your opponent with style. The wall kick invol ...more

How To : How Offsides Rules Helped South Africa Tie

And Dumbfounded Most Watching Game 1 of 2010 World Cup I just finished watching the Mexico - South Africa 2010 World Cup opener and boy was it a good one. The finish of a tie, wasn't totally cool to me, until I realized what I missed. When Mexico's Vela rocketed that goal of ...more

WC 2010 grim view : low scores, low attendance.

I still have hope that this will be a good World Cup... This article aggregates a lot of things that have been said about the World Cup experience this year (South Africa's infrastructure, low scoring games, uninteresting first round match-ups, etc). I've noticed in a few bro ...more

News : 2010 World Cup prize money

So, as if it wasn't obvious enough, money is playing a big role in this World Cup, not just by how much will be injected into the South African economy (also dubbed as the "World Cup Bump"). Here's a brief look at what some teams stand to make depending on how far the make it. ...more

News : SCRABBLE Back in Nigeria's National Sports Festival?

Could Nigeria add SCRABBLE to the list of games at their National Sports Festival in 2011? No one knows for sure, but it's definitely a possibility since SCRABBLE was among the competitions of the biennial 10-day sports fiesta in the past. In 2009, at the 16th Nigerian Nationa ...more

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