World Cup 2006 Preview – Argentina

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.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Holland

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.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Paraguay

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.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Trinidad & Tobago

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.

Soccer Trophies

Football, or Soccer as it is known in America, is the most popular team sport played professionally and by amateurs worldwide. Soccer players are revered as icons and soccer teams sign millions of dollars as endorsement deals.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Sweden

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.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Costa Rica

Costa Rica are living proof that when it comes to football, size does not matter.

World Cup 2006 Preview – Ecuador

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.

World Cup 2006 Preview – England

We’ve seen it all before and do the tabloids genuinely believe this is “England’s best chance of success”?

How To Deliver More Accurate Corner Kicks In Soccer

If you have kids who play soccer, you have probably noticed that those corner kicks don’t always turn out the way your son or daughter intended. This brief article is directed at kids age 11 or older.

Dalymount Park: Home of Irish Soccer

A quick look at the history and future of Dalymount Park, the home of Irish soccer.

McLaren On a Wing and a Prayer

Middlesbrough’s loss to Sevilla in the UEFA Cup final last night gave us all a better view of the new England manager, Steve McLaren. The FA giving McLaren the England post was like Schumacher tossing his Ferrari keys to a Formula 3 test driver. Brace yourselves England because this ride is heading for a smash.

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