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  • 01:01

    SPAIN 16:00 CHILE 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Read more: http://www.blogtal

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    Tune in for all the Thrills and Excitement of this highly anticipated World Cup in recent years!


    Will Messi and Argentina be crowned Kings of the World? Or will Portugal with the World’s Number One player Cristiano Ronaldo be a surprise shock and be king of the World.  Now, no one can ever forget the Five times World Cup Champions and Kings of the World Brazil. Could this be Brazil’s time to lift the title for an historic Sixth time? Could the current World Cup Champions the Spanish complete a truly historic run and lift the World Cup again in succession?  As always we can never forget the clockwork orange of the Dutch who always look to excite and entertain. One of the big question in this World cup is how will England perform?  Could England lift the cup for the first time since 1966?  And of course the powerful Germans will have a big say as they always do in the big Competitions. Will Özil set the tournament a Blaze?    New and exciting talents will emerge at this World Cup and after clubs the world over will be in competition for the signature of the bright and new talent to emerge.  All these very exciting and fantastic questions we will find the answers to during this most exciting and amazing World Cup Finals 2014 held in the beautiful nation of Brazil.  Be sure to stay tuned in with FIFA World Cup radio show during these exciting times!!!




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  • 00:05

    Brazil 17:00 Croatia

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    Tune in for all the Thrills and Excitement of this highly anticipated World Cup in recent years!


    Will Messi and Argentina be crowned Kings of the World? Or will Portugal with the World’s Number One player Cristiano Ronaldo be a surprise shock and be king of the World.  Now, no one can ever forget the Five times World Cup Champions and Kings of the World Brazil. Could this be Brazil’s time to lift the title for an historic Sixth time? Could the current World Cup Champions the Spanish complete a truly historic run and lift the World Cup again in succession?  As always we can never forget the clockwork orange of the Dutch who always look to excite and entertain. One of the big question in this World cup is how will England perform?  Could England lift the cup for the first time since 1966?  And of course the powerful Germans will have a big say as they always do in the big Competitions. Will Özil set the tournament a Blaze?    New and exciting talents will emerge at this World Cup and after clubs the world over will be in competition for the signature of the bright and new talent to emerge.  All these very exciting and fantastic questions we will find the answers to during this most exciting and amazing World Cup Finals 2014 held in the beautiful nation of Brazil.  Be sure to stay tuned in with FIFA World Cup radio show during these exciting times!!!

  • 01:04

    ENGLAND 18:00 ITALY

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    Tune in for all the Thrills and Excitement of this highly anticipated World Cup in recent years!


    Will Messi and Argentina be crowned Kings of the World? Or will Portugal with the World’s Number One player Cristiano Ronaldo be a surprise shock and be king of the World.  Now, no one can ever forget the Five times World Cup Champions and Kings of the World Brazil. Could this be Brazil’s time to lift the title for an historic Sixth time? Could the current World Cup Champions the Spanish complete a truly historic run and lift the World Cup again in succession?  As always we can never forget the clockwork orange of the Dutch who always look to excite and entertain. One of the big question in this World cup is how will England perform?  Could England lift the cup for the first time since 1966?  And of course the powerful Germans will have a big say as they always do in the big Competitions. Will Özil set the tournament a Blaze?    New and exciting talents will emerge at this World Cup and after clubs the world over will be in competition for the signature of the bright and new talent to emerge.  All these very exciting and fantastic questions we will find the answers to during this most exciting and amazing World Cup Finals 2014 held in the beautiful nation of Brazil.  Be sure to stay tuned in with FIFA World Cup radio show during these exciting times!!!

  • 01:30

    Spain 16:00 Netherlands

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    Host: Coach D


    Co-Host: Cisco


    Join your FIFA World Cup radio show experts as they break down the opening game in the 2014 world cup between Brazil and Croatia. They will also be looking at the groups and giving their predictions on who will make it out of the group stage.  Also you never know what superstar join the Hosts on the show will so be sure you have your tuning dials on the show.  Another area the expert hosts will review is the overall approach by both teams tactically in the game.   Did the coaches make good adjustments to allow there team an advantage to gain a positive result?  Was one team more defensive than offensive?  Did either of the teams park the buses on defense? Did Brazil play with no fear or with reservation? Did the Stars of Brazil deliver on the world stage?  Did Croatia have a good showing? Did Modric command the Midfield? What formations did both teams employ?


    All these questions your expert hosts will explore during this highly entertaining show. 


    Also on the show your expert hosts will preview day 2 and the upcoming games between:


    Estadio das DunasNatal (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 13:00 Local time
    Group stage - Group A
    Mexico 13:00 Cameroon


    Arena Fonte NovaSalvador (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 16:00 Local time
    Group stage - Group B
    Spain 16:00 Netherlands


    Arena PantanalCuiaba (BRA) 13 Jun 2014 - 18:00 Local time
    Group stage - Group B
    Chile 18:00 Australia


    Be sure to tune in for this great show, full of entertainment and expert opinions!


    Sometimes something's got to happen before something is going to happen.


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    Nows the time to share the show in all places.....


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  • 01:01

    2014 FIFA World Cup Finals Review Show

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    Join me and my panel as we review the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final after a full month of World Soccer fun and excitement as Germany faces their opponents in the final.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP ENGLAND VS GERMANY LIVE COMMENTARY

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    Of all the great FIFA World Cup™ fixtures, Germany v England is one of the games guaranteed to captivate the entire footballing world.

    Laden with a rich and tumultuous history, the match has featured some of the true legends of the game. Franz Beckenbauer and Bobby Moore were the towering personalities in England's sole FIFA World Cup™ triumph to date, at Wembley in the 1966 Final. Gerd Muller fired the extra-time winner when West Germany came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 in the quarter-finals four years later in Mexico. The Germans prevailed on penalties in the Italy 1990 semi-finals, before going on to claim their third world crown. This time round, Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein provides the setting for the latest instalment in an enduring rivalry, which many on both sides would doubtless have preferred to see played later in the competition.

    Germany's young team won Group D after a rollercoaster ride through the section. The critics were purring after a scintillating 4-0 victory over Australia, but a 1-0 defeat by Serbia brought the team back to earth with a bump. As it turned out, a deserved 1-0 victory over Ghana ultimately saw Die Nationalmannschaft through. As for England, the squad arrived in South Africa bristling with stars at the zenith of their careers, all of them determined to make up for past disappointments on the international stage. However, seemingly cramped by the weight of expectation, Fabio Capello's men scrambled to second spot in Group C with a crucial 1-0 win against Slovenia in their final match, following a 1-1 draw with USA and a frustrating stalemate against Algeria.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP SPAIN VS PORTUGAL LIVE COMMENTARY

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    Set to take centre stage in Cape Town on 29 June is a glittering Round of 16 clash between two neighbours and contenders for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ crown: Spain and Portugal. Standing second and third respectively in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, the eagerly anticipated encounter between the Iberian duo at the Green Point Stadium is the sides’ first meeting at world football’s top table.
    Expectations are extremely high ahead of the last-16 meeting between two teams considered among the pre-tournament contenders for the coveted Trophy. And with La Roja and A Selecção das Quinas both having had to come through a gruelling group phase, one of the fancied pair will be heading home much earlier than expected.

    European champions Spain arrived at South Africa 2010 as firm favourites for the world title along with Brazil, though Vicente del Bosque’s team were given a harsh wake-up call in an opening 1-0 defeat against Switzerland. Showing their mettle, La Selección gritted their teeth and won their next two Group H games against Honduras and Chile to qualify in top spot in their section and avoid a last-16 meeting with Dunga’s charges.

    Portugal, for their part, safely negotiated a fiercely competitive Group G also containing Côte d’Ivoire, Korea DPR and Brazil. Carlos Queiroz’s solid side played out a goalless opening draw with Didier Drogba and Co before cutting loose in a 7-0 success over the North Koreans. Following that goalfest, another scoreless draw in their final game against the five-time world champions was enough to secure second spot and a place in the knockout stages.

    Both coaches have near-to-full-strength squads from which to choose, though former Real Madrid boss Del Bosque will be without key midfielder Xabi Alonso and defender Raul Albiol. Opposite number Queiroz, who also once held the reins at Los Merengues, welcomes back midfield schemer Deco though cannot call upon the versatile Ruben Amorim.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP GREECE VS NIGERIA LIVE COMMENTARY

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    Superman: Born in Tashkent to a Nigerian father and Russian mother, 28-year-old Super Eagles striker Peter Osaze Odemwingie first learnt the ropes at CSKA Moscow and is back playing club football in the Russian capital with Lokomotiv Moscow after two seasons with Belgian side La Louviere, and three years in France with Lille. To wish him good luck as Lokomotiv’s only representative in South Africa, the club magazine recently featured him on their cover dressed as Superman and labelled ‘Odem-Wingman’.

    Bad omens? Beaten 2-0 by Korea Republic in their first outing, Greece must now bounce back against two teams they also tackled at the 1994 FIFA World Cup. Their upcoming opponents Nigeria saw them off 2-0 in the USA and the European side only fared worse against Argentina, succumbing 4-0.

    French conundrum: France possess a wealth of attacking talents, but since lifting the Trophy in 1998 only three of their nine goals at FIFA World Cup final tournaments have come from strikers. Or, more precisely, from one striker – Thierry Henry. A genuine mystery.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP SOUTH AFRICA VS FRANCE LIVE COMMENTARY

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    With just a single point each after their opening two games, France and South Africa meet on Tuesday 22 June in the FIFA World Cup™ equivalent of a last throw of the dice. Although their respective hopes of qualifying for the Round of 16 appear slim, the fact remains that a victory for either Uruguay or Mexico in the other match in Group A would significantly boost the duo's prospects of progressing.

    First and foremost, however, there is a question of pride. As tournament hosts, the South African players would love nothing more than to provide their adoring fans with a home victory, while the French are desperate for three points to avoid making a bad situation even worse than it already is.
    After witnessing their goalless draw with Uruguay and 2-0 loss to Mexico, many observers felt that France looked like a side bereft of ideas. Be it in warm-up matches or in competitive encounters on South African soil, Raymond Domenech has continued to make all manner of tactical changes, all to no avail. In what could be his curtain call as national coach, he may well favour simply revitalising the team rather than making further adjustment’s to Les Bleus’ formation. It would be no surprise then to see certain players more accustomed to sitting on the bench up to this juncture lining up to sing La Marseillaise in Bloemfontein.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP BRAZIL VS CHILE LIVE COMMENTARY

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    Brazil will be vying to beat Chile for the third time in three FIFA World Cup™ meetings, with the prize on offer a place in the quarter-finals. Whoever they are facing, the five-time champions come under pressure to win every match with unrivalled swagger.

    That is the price they pay for starting each tournament as favourites, the burden of their success down the years, yet they can expect stiff opposition from South American rivals who have been in fine form since Marcelo Bielsa took over at the helm. Add in the carrot of a coveted berth in the last eight and all the ingredients are present for an open yet fiery encounter, not least since Chile lost 4-2 and 3-0 to Dunga’s charges in qualifying and will be desperate to turn the tables.

    A Seleção found life difficult against group-stage opponents Korea DPR and Portugal, struggling to find a way through a sturdy defensive barrier on both occasions. Despite dominating possession, Brazil had trouble picking out their forwards in dangerous positions and endured plenty of frustration. That is not a problem they are likely to find repeated against Chile, however, as Bielsa’s flamboyant side are unlikely to settle for cautious counter-attacking football.

  • 02:00

    2010 FIFA WORLD CUP GHANA VS URUGUAY LIVE COMMENTARY

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    Although Uruguay have a rich FIFA World Cup™ history, they have not advanced as far as the quarter-finals since their run to the last four in 1970. Ghana, their opponents on Friday night, have never gone this far in the tournament before, having reached the second round four years ago on their FIFA World Cup debut.

    In both 2006 and in South Africa, the Black Stars were Africa's only representatives in the knock-out rounds, and they can also become the first ever side from the continent to advance to a semi-final with a win. Standing in the way of Africa's hopes is an in-form La Celeste led by one of the most dynamic front-lines at the tournament.
    For a team that struggled to qualify for the finals, Uruguay emerged as one of the dark horses of the opening stage after finishing top of Group A. After opening the event with a scoreless draw with France, they have secured three consecutive wins, largely thanks to the form of strikers Diego Forlan and Luis Suarez. Forlan scored a brace in the 3-0 dismantling of the hosts, while Suarez scored the trio of Uruguay's goals in the 1-0 win over Mexico and 2-1 victory over Korea Republic. Edinson Cavani is the most unheralded of the attacking triumvirate, but the Palermo forward can also be lethal if unchecked. However, Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has earned a reputation for his tactical acumen, and the Serb has built one of Africa's finest defences.