maandag 19 oktober 2015

Google Alert - World Cup Brazil

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World Cup Brazil
Daily update October 19, 2015
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Telegraph.co.uk
Barcelona striker Lee Seungwoo helped South Korea defeat Brazil in their U17 World Cup opener on Saturday. Lee was delighted with the victory and ...
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Sambafoot.com
Botafogo youngster Luis Henrique started and played 82 minutes of Brazil's 1-0 defeat to South Korea in the opening game of the Under 17 World Cup ...
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New York Times
CARDIFF, Wales — Argentina stamped its rise to rugby union world power on Sunday by advancing to the World Cup semifinals as part of an ...
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Newsweek
Recent events in Brazil have increased the likelihood that beleaguered President Dilma Rousseff could be impeached, analysts say, as courts allege ...
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The Chosun Ilbo
Korea beat Brazil 1-0 in its first match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in ... Jang Jae-won (right) reacts after scoring a goal in a FIFA U-17 World Cup ...
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ESPN.co.uk
This is a useful advantage to take into the knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup. On Saturday night, they beat France so completely that it seemed ...
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The FA
Easah Suliman believes the English backline are gelling at just the right time as they prepare to tackle Brazil at the FIFA Under-17s World Cup on ...
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SuperSport
Banyana Banyana captain Janine van Wyk believes qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil has erased the pain of missing out on the ...
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Goal.com
Jefferson returned to the starting line-up for the 2-0 defeat to Chile in World Cup qualifying but received criticism for Chile's opener, when he got a ...
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The FA
Alfie Whiteman and Kaylen Hinds are hoping to make another impact against Brazil on Tuesday after a positive first taste of FIFA World Cup action.
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