1. 2010 FIFA World Cup: North Korea Thrash Ivory Coast 30-0 (Satire)

    Having beaten Brazil and Portugal 1-0 and 7-0 respectively, the glorious national football team of Korea DPR decided to give its people, and the World Cup, the dignity it deserved by ...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 2,546 reads 11 comments

  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Portugal Prove Brazil Are Virtually Unbeatable

    Clearly, the game in Durban between super-heavyweights Brazil and Portugal didn't turn out to be the feast of football the whole world expected...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 966 reads 8 comments

  3. 2010 FIFA World Cup: North Korea Destroy Portugal 7-0 (Satire)

    After the relatively modest 1-0 win over alleged "world No. 1" Brazil in the first round of matches, North Korea stepped up a notch against Portugal, showing the whole world what they're capable of when putting in 10 percent worth of effort...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 1,587 reads 0 comments

  4. Brazil vs. Ivory Coast 2010 World Cup:: The Secret To Brazil's Success

    Two wins from two games in Group G of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa has seen Brazil lead the way and prove their worth as one of the favourites to lift the most prestigious prize in football yet again...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 563 reads 7 comments

  5. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Ireland Poor Against Mexico

    They failed to take advantage of Uruguay, and then they lost the plot against a rampant Mexico team. At the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, things have gone from bad to worse ...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 774 reads 4 comments

  6. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Five Reasons Spain Lost To Switzerland

    You don't need to be in Spain to comprehend quite how shocked the Spanish are over their team's shocking disappointment against Switzerland yesterday...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 4,937 reads 26 comments

  7. 2010 FIFA World Cup: It's Official, North Korea Beat Brazil 1-0 (Satire)

    The talk is done, the game's been played, and now it's all over: North Korea have officially beaten Brazil 1-0, the government can now confirm...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 5,155 reads 16 comments

  8. 2010 FIFA World Cup Talent Scout: USA's Robbie Findley

    In the most talked about game of the World Cup group stages thus far, the highly anticipated clash between England and the United States ended in a disappointing anti-climax...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 310 reads 9 comments

  9. 2010 FIFA World Cup Talent Scout: Nigeria's Vincent Enyeama

    Argentina may have beaten Nigeria 1-0 in the second match of Group B at this summer's World Cup, but the score could've well been much greater for Diego Maradona's men...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 706 reads 16 comments

  10. 2010 FIFA World Cup Talent Scout: South Korea's Ki Sung-Yong

    On day two of the World Cup journey, the watching world has finally seen the first win of the 2010 tournament, courtesy of Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park and Lee Jung-Soo of the J League for South Korea...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 1,091 reads 7 comments

  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup Talent Scout: Uruguay's Alvaro Pereira

    In the second Group A match, between France and Uruguay, the usual household names provided the major impacts for their respective teams...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 464 reads 8 comments

  12. 2010 FIFA World Cup Talent Scout: South Africa's Teko Modise

    Forget Everton's Steven Pienaar, the superstar South African who was meant to be the nation's Messiah and lead the Bafana Bafana to glorious and historic World Cup victories. The real star of the show came from the homegrown talent of South Africa...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 513 reads 3 comments

  13. World Cup 2010 Previews: England's Key To Success

    The text below is the stuff that'll give England success at the World Cup in South Africa this summer. The manager says he knows how good you are; you know how good you are. It's time to prove how good you are...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 537 reads 0 comments

  14. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Why Brazil Played Tanzania and Zimbabwe

    On the surface, Brazil's warm-up annihilations of Tanzania and Zimbabwe might well seem rather pointless. After all, these are two national teams who most certainly will not be featuring ...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 892 reads 4 comments

  15. "North Korea Will Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup"

    "North Korea will win the World Cup. It is because of the great support of our Dear Leader Kim Jong-Il that our national team will make this great achievement...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 2,962 reads 10 comments

  16. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Why Brazil Will and Won't Win It

    As the first ever FIFA World Cup to take place in Africa is about to commence, Brazil are once again touted as a strong contender to win the greatest prize in football...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 2,138 reads 2 comments

  17. Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel-Mark Webber Crash: The Conspiracy Theories

    The Formula One circus arrives in Istanbul, the city of two continents, where Red Bull again dominate, with Mark Webber taking yet another pole position, and Sebastian Vettel third...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 4,239 reads 9 comments

  18. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Brazil's Top 10 Greatest Players of All-Time

    As we all know, Brazil are officially the greatest team in the world, having won the FIFA World Cup five times, and being currently ranked as No.1 in the FIFA World Rankings...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 24,542 reads 26 comments

  19. 2010 World Cup: The Top WAGS—Team Brazil

    With arguably the greatest sports event in the world just weeks away, record-breaking five-time winners Brazil are again near the top in the favourites list to lift the most prestigious prize in football...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 18,934 reads 11 comments

  20. Forget Jose Mourinho, Diego Milito Delivers Inter Milan Success

    With an estimated TV audience of 280 million worldwide, at the home of Real Madrid, the most prestigious club in football, the stage was set for Jose "The Special One" Mourinho to truly shine...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 992 reads 23 comments

  21. Is Aston Villa's James Milner Worth Manchester City's £20m Bid?

    Two seasons ago it was Robinho, and a British transfer record of £32.4 million, as Manchester City's mega-bucks marquee signing...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 1,229 reads 15 comments

  22. PAOK Claim UEFA Champions League Spot with Triple Wins

    The tantalising picture of the PAOK Thessaloniki ladies in many ways sums up the glitzy glamour that awaits the men of the club next season...

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  23. 2010 World Cup Countdown: Brazil's 10 Greatest Performances Ever (Part I)

    When it comes to football, Brazil truly is the home of the world's greatest sport. From Pele to Ronaldo, Garrincha to Ronaldinho, and from Zico to Kaka, this glorified South American nation has provided some of the best talent the world has ever seen...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 1,643 reads 10 comments

  24. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Can England Give Its Nation Double Success?

    England are the champions of the world. This is a phrase the pessimistic English rarely believe will come true, and is a phrase which is actually written or spoken even less. But today, that phrase is true, as England are indeed Champions of the World..

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 679 reads 3 comments

  25. FA Cup: Portsmouth Write Chelsea's History

    The most appropriate phrase to describe Chelsea's historic FA Cup achievement at Wembley would be the oxymoronic sentence, "the Blues eventually cruised to a fortuitous victory...

    Yoosof Farah Written by Yoosof Farah about 4 years ago 176 reads 10 comments