The Goalkeeper Archive: June, 2010

A big day for local South Koreans

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Eight years ago, South Korea's soccer fans exploded onto the international stage by willing their team to the semifinals of the World Cup on... Read more

ESPN announcers for last round of group games

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ESPN has announced which of its TV and radio announcer will call the last round of World Cup group games this week. Ian Darke and John Harkes... Read more

Why can't the U.S. score first?

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Allow me to start this week with a good old-fashioned rant. I have seen the U.S. national team get screwed by inexplicably pathetic refereeing... Read more

What's wrong with this picture?

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Players watch Maurice Edu's header on goal that was later disallowed, resulting in the United States' 2-2 draw with Slovenia at Ellis Park... Read more

All-day World Cup live blog

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It's a big day of games at the World Cup. In addition to the United States' showdown with Slovenia at 10 a.m., Germany faces Serbia at 7:30... Read more

Live blog: Brazil vs. North Korea

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World Cup recreated with Legos

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Let's start this morning on a lighthearted note, shall we? You might have seen a video moving around the web that recreates the goals from... Read more

A tie for the Armani set

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A short summary of today's 1-1 draw between Italy and Paraguay: Italy was by far the more attacking team despite the fact that its most prolific... Read more

How much do Union players make?

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The Major League Soccer Players Union has published its latest listing of players' salaries each year. As you may know, it's a standing policy... Read more

Live blog: Italy vs. Paraguay

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