zondag 18 oktober 2015

Google Alert - World Cup Brazil

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World Cup Brazil
Daily update October 18, 2015
NEWS
SBS - The World Game
There was a shock result on day one of the 2-15 FIFA U-17 World Cup as Brazil lost 1-0 to Korea Republic at the Estadio Francisco Sanchez ...
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FIFA.com
U-17 World Cup – Follow the Football match between Brazil U-17 and Korea Republic U-17 live with Eurosport. The match starts at 09:00 on 18 ...
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Korea Times
FIFA.com
Korea Republic opened their FIFA U-17 World Cup account with a dramatic victory against ten-man Brazil. Jang Jaewon's winner, ten minutes from ...
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Outside of the Boot (blog)
Talent Radar: 10 Players to Watch at the 2015 FIFA U17 World Cup ... The FIFA U-17 World Cup is the first opportunity to have a look at some of the ... The summer of 2014 in Brazil may have ended in social disaster, but at the very ...
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WAGs World Cup
Brazil, the world's seventh largest economy, has entered a steep recession and is hit by a major corruption scandal involving state oil giant Petrobras.
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Daily Mail
It remains a possibility, however, that Argentina will still want to pick Aguero for crucial World Cup qualifiers against Brazil on November 13 and ...
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BBC Sport
... Philippe Saint-Andre has compared New Zealand to the Brazil football team after ... New Zealand World Cup-winning coach Graham Henry says France's ... an input over who should guide England into the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
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NEWS.com.au
See how the world reacted to New Zealand's 'master class'. ... "Once, the curious catalogue of World Cup failures unnerved them, to the point where ... They are brilliant to watch in full flow the All Blacks, like Brazil 1970 or the Harlem ...
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FIFA.com
Naby Bangoura's goal earned Guinea a point in the 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup's first game, after England had taken the lead through a Kaylen Hinds ...
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