FIFA heard our cries! Or at least the sound of advertisers complaining about the corrupt refs! Oh, and there were still games to be played as well.
Is the Beautiful Game dead? Or can someone stop the refs from killing it?
Now that the U.S. has lost, you can nearly hear the impending exodus of American viewers from the World Cup.
Will the usual suspects in the final four? Maybe. But how they get there looks like a different path.
We’re gradually moving toward the round of 16, not the Sweet Sixteen(!), and we’ll soon see what the U.S. can bring to bear on Ghana, but a few close games today ended the dreams of some and built the foundations for long Cup runs.
Clint Dempsey bloodied his mouth, and his efforts set up the golden child, Landon Donovan, to make history.
Uruguay, Mexico, Argentina, and South Korea advance.
Goals and rain poured down on the World Cup’s eleventh day.
Boys will be boys? C’mon, guys, you need to act like real men should– it’s Father’s Day!
Back to the pitch, I’m glad I tuned in just in time.
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