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    • By Lineker
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      GROUP A

       FRANCE
       SOUTH KOREA
       NORWAY
       NIGERIA

      GROUP B

       GERMANY
       CHINA PR
       SPAIN
       SOUTH AFRICA

      GROUP C

       AUSTRALIA
       ITALY
       BRAZIL
       JAMAICA

      GROUP D

       ENGLAND
       SCOTLAND
       ARGENTINA
       JAPAN

      GROUP E

       CANADA
       CAMEROON
       NEW ZEALAND
       NETHERLANDS

      GROUP F

       UNITED STATES
       THAILAND
       CHILE
       SWEDEN
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      The four best third-placed teams from the six groups advance to the knockout stage along with the six group winners and six runners-up.
    • By Cymbols
      So the Woman's World Cup starts tomorrow, with hosts Canada facing China. Anyone else going to be watching?

      I'm supporting Sweden personally, them and Canada.
    • By Lineker
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      GROUP A
       RUSSIA
       SAUDI ARABIA
       EGYPT
       URUGUAY
      GROUP B
       PORTUGAL
       SPAIN
       MOROCCO
       IRAN
      GROUP C
       FRANCE
       AUSTRALIA
       PERU
       DENMARK
      GROUP D
       ARGENTINA
       ICELAND
       CROATIA
       NIGERIA
      GROUP E
       BRAZIL
       SWITZERLAND
       COSTA RICA
       SERBIA
      GROUP F
       GERMANY
       MEXICO
       SWEDEN
       SOUTH KOREA
      GROUP G
       BELGIUM
       PANAMA
       TUNISIA
       ENGLAND
      GROUP H
       POLAND
       SENEGAL
       COLOMBIA
       JAPAN
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      SQUADS
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    • By ChrisSteeleAteMyHamster
      We've got a month until the World Cup! So exciting!

      Anyway for some reason the BBC suddenly posted news about Japan's squad because Shunsuke Nakamura (the ex-Celtic player) has been recalled.
      However the best news is that Kawaguchi is back in the squad as third choice goalie! He's a total legend. A chirpy little Japanese shot stopping legend:


      My local team is Nagoya Grampus and we've got two players in the squad but one is Tulio who hasn't had the best couple of years.


      Is Jesus (Kennedy) in the Australian squad? He's Nagoya's big lanky striker who looks useless for 89 minutes and then bundles in a header in the last minute pretty much every game.

      Anyway, Japan are annoying me because their style at ANY kind of football is to try to dribble the ball into the net (a bit like Arsenal but less successful) instead of one person just deciding to let rip from around the box. If they actually shot from 16-25 yards from time to time they'd actually be pretty decent.
    • By DFF
      It may seem early but, bo-lieve it or not, the qualifying campaigns for certain AFC teams begin today. I'd completely forgotten about it, until I read this article on the BBC, explaining how a 'living God' was cheering on Bhutan in their opening game.

      The 12 lowest ranked sides contest a two legged play off to see who gets into Round 2.

      Some of the first leg games have already finished, including a shock win for Bhutan (the only team in the current FIFA World rankings to have zero points):

      Timor-Leste 4 - 1 Mongolia
      Cambodia 3 - 0 Macau
      Sri Lanka 0 - 1 Bhutan

      The games still to play/finish are:

      India - Nepal
      Yemen - Pakistan
      Chinese Taipei - Brunei Draussalam

      The second legs are due to be played on Tuesday next week.


      As for the other qualifying zones, CONCACAF begin later this month (23rd), and the CAF and CONMEBOL begin in October. UEFA are yet to reveal the date of their start. OFC are using the OFC Nations Cup next year as their qualification process.


      EDIT: We should so adopt a team in each zone as EWB's underdog team!
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