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Group A: South Africa, Mexico, Uruguay, France
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sensorium
Matches:
11-Jun-2010 [16:00] South Africa [1-1] Mexico
11-Jun-2010 [20:30] Uruguay [0-0] France
16-Jun-2010 [20:30] South Africa [0-3] Uruguay
16-Jun-2010 [20:30] France [0-2] Mexico

22-Jun-2010 [16:00] Mexico - Uruguay
22-Jun-2010 [16:00] France - South Africa
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Teams info:
    South Africa
  • Goalkeepers: Itumeleng Khune, Moeneeb Josephs, Shu-Aib Walters

  • Defenders: Siboniso Gaxa, Matthew Booth, Lucas Thwala, Aaron Mokoena, Bongani Khumalo, Siyabonga Sangweni, Tsepo Masilela, Anele Ngcongca, Lucas Thwala

  • Midfielders: Steven Pienaar, Teko Modise, Siphiwe Tshabalala, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Thanduyise Khuboni, Kagisho Dikgaco, Macbeth Sibaya, Surprise Moriri

  • Forwards: Katlego Mphela, Bernard Parker, Siyabonga Nomvete.


    Mexico
  • Luis MICHEL
  • Guillermo OCHOA
  • Oscar PEREZ
  • Paul AGUILAR
  • Pablo BARRERA
  • Adolfo BAUTISTA
  • Cuauhtemoc BLANCO
  • Israel CASTRO
  • Giovani DOS SANTOS
  • Guillermo FRANCO
  • Andres GUARDADO
  • Javier HERNANDEZ
  • Efrain JUAREZ
  • Jonny MAGALLON
  • Rafael MARQUEZ
  • Alberto MEDINA
  • Hector MORENO
  • Ricardo OSORIO
  • Francisco RODRIGUEZ
  • Carlos SALCIDO
  • Gerardo TORRADO
  • Jorge TORRES
  • Carlos VELA


    Uruguay
  • Goalkeepers: Fernando Muslera (Lazio), Juan-Guillermo Castillo (Cali), Martin Silva (Defensor Sporting)

  • Defenders: Diego Lugano (Fenerbahce), Diego Godin (Villarreal), Andres Scotti (Colo Colo), Jorge Fucile (Porto), Martin Caceres (Juventus), Mauricio Victorino (Universidad de Chile), Maximiliano Pereira (Benfica)

  • Midfielders: Walter Gargano (Napoli), Egidio Arevalo-Rios (Penarol), Sebastian Eguren (AIK Stockholm), Diego Perez (Monaco), Alvaro Pereira (Porto), Alvaro Fernandez (Universidad de Chile), Ignacio Gonzalez (Valencia), Nicolas Lodeiro (Ajax)

  • Forwards: Sebastian Fernandez (Banfield), Luis Suarez (Ajax), Diego Forlan (Atletico Madrid), Sebastian Abreu (Botafogo), Edinson Cavani (Palermo).


    France
  • Cedric CARRASSO
  • Hugo LLORIS
  • Steve MANDANDA
  • Eric ABIDAL
  • Nicolas ANELKA
  • Djibril CISSE
  • Gael CLICHY
  • Abou DIABY
  • Alou DIARRA
  • Patrice EVRA
  • William GALLAS
  • Andre-Pierre GIGNAC
  • Yoann GOURCUFF
  • Sidney GOVOU
  • Thierry HENRY
  • Florent MALOUDA
  • Marc PLANUS
  • Anthony REVEILLERE
  • Franck RIBERY
  • Bakari SAGNA
  • Sebastien SQUILLACI
  • Jeremy TOULALAN
  • Mathieu VALBUENA


Link to general fixtures and results here
JorisC
quote:
Originally posted by sensorium

    France
  • Cedric CARRASSO
  • Hugo LLORIS
  • Steve MANDANDA
  • Eric ABIDAL
  • Nicolas ANELKA
  • Djibril CISSE
  • Gael CLICHY
  • Abou DIABY
  • Alou DIARRA
  • Patrice EVRA
  • William GALLAS
  • Andre-Pierre GIGNAC
  • Yoann GOURCUFF
  • Sidney GOVOU
  • Thierry HENRY
  • Florent MALOUDA
  • Marc PLANUS
  • Anthony REVEILLERE
  • Franck RIBERY
  • Bakari SAGNA
  • Sebastien SQUILLACI
  • Jeremy TOULALAN
  • Mathieu VALBUENA


List updated to 23 :)
lebye
France sucks!
Piet4545
quote:
Originally posted by lebye
France sucks!


It could be worse.
Remy D
France - China 0-1 :haha: :stongue:
woscar
This could be a repeat of the 2002 WC for France.
Piet4545
South Afican can be in with a chance :P Seriously how good a team can Mexico actually have? I thought that anyone from Mexico who could run, jump or swim was already in the States.
sensorium
:wtf:

South Africa's only advantage is being host to the WC.
FallingMoon
South Africa > the burritos.
apple country
loving this so far. SA up 1-0 over Mexico.

congrats hometeam!

manu.el
why is Oscar perez the GK?
woscar
quote:
Originally posted by manu.el
why is Oscar perez the GK?


Because despite what people may think, Javier Aguirre has always been a ing imbecile.
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