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Old Dec 9th 2005, 8:08 pm
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Default World cup groups

Group A
Germany
Costa Rica
Equador
Poland

Group B
ENGLAND
Paraguay
Trinidad and Tobago
Sweden

Group C
Argentina
Ivory Coast
Serbia Montenegro
Netherlands

Group D
Mexico
Iran
Angola
Portugal

Group E
Italy
Ghana
United States of America
Czech Republic

Group F
Brazil
Croatia
Australia
Japan

Group G
France
Switzerland
South Korea
Togo

Group H
Spain
Ukraine
Tunisia
Saudi Arabia



England are to be based at Baden Baden and there games are scheduled at Nuremburg, Frankfurt and Cologne.

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Old Dec 9th 2005, 8:14 pm
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Originally Posted by rushman
Group A
Germany
Costa Rica
Equador
Poland

Group B
ENGLAND
Paraguay
Trinidad and Tobago
Sweden

Group C
Argentina
Ivory Coast
Serbia Montenegro
Netherlands

Group D
Mexico
Iran
Angola
Portugal

Group E
Italy
Ghana
United States of America
Czech Republic

Group F
Brazil
Croatia
Australia
Japan

Group G
France
Switzerland
South Korea
Togo

Group H
Spain
Ukraine
Tunisia
Saudi Arabia
It'll be interesting if Serbia and Croatia get through to the finals
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Old Dec 9th 2005, 8:14 pm
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So it's probably a case of, hello England, goodbye America then?!?!
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Originally Posted by gruffbrown
It'll be interesting if Serbia and Croatia get through to the finals
I'm sure Croatia will do well.
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Looks like Brazil, France and Spain have got nice cushy groups.
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Originally Posted by ladyofthelake
Looks like Brazil, France and Spain have got nice cushy groups.
You cant write off those boys from Tonga you know.
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Originally Posted by ladyofthelake
Looks like Brazil, France and Spain have got nice cushy groups.
England apparently wanted to avoid Australia but I don't think Brazil will be too scared.

Argentina:Holland could be a good early game.
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Originally Posted by Philgr
England apparently wanted to avoid Australia but I don't think Brazil will be too scared.

Argentina:Holland could be a good early game.
Yep, thats the group to watch.
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Originally Posted by ladyofthelake
Looks like Brazil, France and Spain have got nice cushy groups.
I don't know, the Brazil group could be another interesting group...
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I don't know, the Brazil group could be another interesting group...

USA home before the postcards, so can we assume they will be the Scotland of the world cup for us English people ?

I assume that the streets of Glasgow etc will be full of people eating herring, droti or the like when we play them ?
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Originally Posted by Angry White Pyjamas
You cant write off those boys from Tonga you know.
Actually you can.
Unless you meant Togo?
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Originally Posted by rushman

England are to be based at Baden Baden and there games are scheduled at Nuremburg, Frankfurt and Cologne.
What will be the best way of being able to watch ALL the games in the US?

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What will be the best way of being able to watch ALL the games in the US?

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Tried googling, but no luck All I could find is a report saying that twice as many people would watch the draw as watched the Superbowl....no shit Sherlock Does this mean there is a world outside of the US?
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What will be the best way of being able to watch ALL the games in the US?

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I suggest a television
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Originally Posted by Minty
What will be the best way of being able to watch ALL the games in the US?

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Okay I was only kidding in my previous post;

Disney's ESPN and ABC Sports, and Univision Communications' Univision Networks, have purchased US TV rights, in English and Spanish respectively, to ALL events controlled by world soccer governing body FIFA through the year 2014, including the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2007 and 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, for a total of $425 million in rights fees

I also think it will be PPV to get every game. Euro and WC have been in previous years......... I think now is a good time to boast that I just got HD TV last week
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