1. 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Korea Loses 4-1 to Argentina

    Despite hanging with the World's seventh ranked team for 75-minutes, South Korea allowed two late goals to Argentina's Gonzalo Higuain, and had to settle for a 4-1 loss...

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  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Korea Dismantles Greece's Defense To Win 2-0

    Despite going into the game as underdogs, South Korea defeated Greece today by a score of 2-0 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The scoring opened in the seventh minute, when Lee Jung-Soo knocked in a close range shot off of a corner kick-like set piece..

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  3. FIFA World Cup 2010 Preview: Can South Korea Survive Group B?

    It's World Cup time and all across South Korea you can feel the excitement. Everyone from small children to old men can be seen sporting one of the myriad of World Cup shirts to grace store shelves over the last few weeks...

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  4. World Cup 2010: Do South Koreans Actually Care?

    On Sunday night, the South Korean National Football team played an International Friendly against Ecuador here in Seoul...

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  5. South Korea Whittles Roster Down to 30 World Cup Hopefuls

    With a little under six weeks left until the World converges on South Africa for the 2010 World Cup, things seem to be finally taking shape for the South Korean side...

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  6. South Korea Has Mixed Results at the East Asian Football Championships

    Going into the 2010 East Asian Football Championships in Japan, the South Korean side had high hopes of hoisting the trophy at its completion...

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  7. The Five Best Wins in South Korean Football History

    Being widely considered the most successful team in Asia is not an easy title to live up to. Despite never being ranked in the top 15 of the FIFA World rankings, the expectations for the South ...

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  8. Five Questions the South Korean Football Team Needs To Answer

    Heading into their recent trip to South Africa and Spain, the South Korean football team was riding high. Having finished their qualifying for the Word Cup with an undefeated record and only ...

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  9. Zambia-South Korea: Losing to Zambia Means Little to South Korea World Cup Hopes

    Heading into their first match of 2010, the South Korean football fans could not have expected their team to be over-matched by a Zambian team that didn't even qualify for this year's World Cup...

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  10. World Cup Veterans Could Reinvigorate South Korea Heading Into 2010

    It has been reported in recent days that there is a chance that former South Korean National team members Ahn Jung-Hwan and Lee Chun-Soo may be reactivated by the team in time for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa...

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  11. South Korea National Football Team Looks To Regain the Magic of 2002

    The South Korean National football team had an excellent year in 2009. It was the type of year that a team wishes for heading into the World Cup...

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  12. Heartburn Relief?: Atlanta Braves' Bullpen Taking Shape for 2010

    Going into the offseason Frank Wren had two areas that he needed to address: The bullpen and the lineup. With the addition of Billy Wagner, Takashi Saito, and Jesse Chavez it would appear that the makeover of the bullpen may finally be complete...

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  13. Atlanta Braves' Free Agent Decisions: Tim Hudson

    This article is the last in a six part series discussing the players on the Atlanta Braves' 25-man roster that will be free agents this offseason...

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  14. Atlanta Braves' Free Agent Decisions: Garret Anderson

    This article is the fifth in a six part series discussing the players on the Atlanta Braves' 25-man roster that will be free agents this offseason...

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  15. Atlanta Braves Free Agent Decisions: Mike Gonzalez

    This article is the fourth in a six part series discussing the players on the Atlanta Braves' 25-man roster that will be free agents at the end of the 2009 season...

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  16. Atlanta Braves' Free Agent Decisions: Adam LaRoche

    This article is the third in a six-part series discussing the players on the Atlanta Braves' 25-man roster that will be free agents at the end of the 2009 season...

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  17. Ryan Howard is Single-Handedly Destroying the Atlanta Braves' Playoff Hopes

    Why do the Braves even bother pitching to Ryan Howard anymore? Tonight, for the second time in as many Braves, Phillies games, Howard contacted for not one, but two home runs...

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  18. Atlanta Braves' Free Agent Decisions: Greg Norton

    This article is the second in a six-part series discussing the players on the Atlanta Braves' 25-man roster that will be free agents at the end of the 2009 season. Last week we discussed Rafael Soriano in part one...

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  19. Tim Hudson's September Return Creates Uncertainty in Atlanta Braves' Rotation

    Tim Hudson is quickly pitching his way back from Tommy John surgery and is currently slated to return to the Braves' 25-man roster on Sept. 2. When Hudson returns, the Braves will have a decision to make...

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  20. Is Kenshin Kawakami One of the Most Underrated Starters in the Majors?

    What's up with Kenshin Kawakami? He's on fire, but no one is talking about him. During the Braves' series against the Dodgers two weeks ago, most fans, myself included, figured that ...

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  21. Atlanta Braves' Free Agent Decisions: Rafael Soriano

    As the 2009 season winds down and the Braves' chances of making the playoffs look slim, it is logical to start thinking about next year...

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  22. Will The Braves' 2009 Season Come Down To Kenshin Kawakami?

    The Braves' 2009 playoff hopes may come down to Kenshin Kawakami, the most inconsistent starter on the Braves' staff this season...

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  23. Red Sox Ditch John Smoltz—Should The Braves Bring Him Back?

    The Red Sox announced today that they have designated former Braves great John Smoltz for assignment. They now have 10 days to release or trade him. After compiling a 2-5 record in eight starts, Smoltz admitted he wasn't getting the job done on the mound

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  24. Too Brave a Hope? Why The Playoffs Are Doubtful For The Atlanta Braves

    The 2009 version of the Atlanta Braves have proved to be an enigma. One week you think they have turned things around, and then the next week they lose a series they should win...

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  25. Is Adam LaRoche The Answer To The Braves Playoff Hopes?

    The trade of Adam LaRoche to the Atlanta Braves Friday was a surprising move. As a fan favorite during his first tenure, the Braves have picked up a player who has proven success in Atlanta...

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