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‘Ballers On Breaks: The Arshavins In The Maldives

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Kickette.com

You gotta love family holiday snaps. Whether you're caught cross-eyed, looking green after a boat ride or coming off a waterslide with your bikini bottoms around your ankles, they're never good, are they? Thank goodness we have the Arshavins. As we know, Arsenal's Andrey Arshavin isn't shy about taking part in entertaining photo shoots. While in the Maldives on vacation, he and the family h...Full Story »

Di Maria Joins Real Madrid

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Goal.com

The Argentine ace has put pen to paper on a six year deal at the Santiago Bernabeu... Argentina international Angel di Maria has completed his move to Real Madrid from Benfica for a reported fee of €25 million, signing a six-year contract at the Santiago Bernabeu. A statement on the club's official website reads: "Real Madrid C. F. and S. L. Benfica have come to terms for the transfer...Full Story »

Don't Give Portugal The Ball

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Goal.com

The former Spain coach has declared what he believes might make La Seleccion slip up against Portugal... As reported by Marca, former Spain coach Luis Aragones has commented on La Roja's play thus far in the World Cup, and failed to express too much confidence in the national team's chances of progressing to the quarter-finals. "I am not very optimistic because I see Portugal as a very good ...Full Story »

Brazil ease into quarters

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by PA

Brazil's relentless march to the latter stages of this World Cup continued with an effortless 3-0 victory over Chile. A team combining a potent mix of physique, power and mouthwatering ability were hugely assured in a one-side dismissal of their fellow South Americans to line up a quarter-final with Holland on Friday. The boys in the famous yellow and blue were in control from virtually ...Full Story »

Brazil 3-0 Chile: Juan, Luis Fabiano & Robinho Send Selecao Steaming Into Quarter-Finals

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Goal.com

Two goals in the first half from Juan and Luis Fabiano gave Brazil a comfortable 2-0 lead over Chile in the last-16 clash, before Robinho sealed the win in style with a second half strike as the Selecao set up a tantalising quarter-final showdown with the Netherlands. South American pride and bragging rights were at stake as both Chile and Brazil looked to avoid becoming the first nation from t...Full Story »

Cruise for Brazil

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by PA

Brazil's relentless march to the latter stages of the World Cup continued with an effortless 3-0 victory over Chile. A team combining a potent mix of physique, power and mouthwatering ability were hugely assured in a one-side dismissal of their fellow South Americans to line up a quarter-final with Holland on Friday. The boys in the famous yellow and blue were in control from virtually the f...Full Story »

Deco returns for Iberian derby

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by PA

Deco is set to return to Portugal's line-up for their World Cup last-16 clash with Spain after recovering from a hip problem though Danny is unlikely to feature after sustaining a badly bruised leg. Xabi Alonso is a major doubt for Spain with a sprained ankle, while Raul Albiol is definitely out after damaging ankle ligaments in training. Spain forward David Villa has launched a staunch...Full Story »

Dutch see off spirited Slovakia

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by PA

Holland booked a World Cup quarter-final spot after a narrow 2-1 victory over Slovakia in Durban. Arjen Robben opened the scoring in the 18th minute before Wesley Sneijder doubled his team's lead with six minutes remaining. Slovakia scored a consolation goal in stoppage time when Robert Vittek struck from the penalty spot after substitute Martin Jakubko was brought down by Holland goalkeepe...Full Story »

Robben guides Dutch through

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by PA

Holland booked a World Cup quarter-final spot after a narrow 2-1 victory over Slovakia in Durban. Arjen Robben opened the scoring in the 18th minute before Wesley Sneijder doubled his team's lead with six minutes remaining. Slovakia scored a consolation goal in stoppage time when Robert Vittek struck from the penalty spot after substitute Martin Jakubko was brought down by Holland goalkeeper...Full Story »

Netherlands 2-1 Slovakia: Arjen Robben & Wesley Sneijder Put Oranje Into Quarter-Finals

Posted Tuesday, June 29, 2010 by Goal.com

Slovakia’s fine run to the knockout stages of the World Cup was abruptly ended by the Netherlands, who once again didn’t seem to hit their top gear en route to a 2-1 victory. The Dutch always seemed to hold this match in their hands, particularly after grabbing the initiative thanks to a trademark strike from Arjen Robben. Bert van Marwijk’s Oranje maintained their steady if...Full Story »

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