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The successes of South Korea and Japan in the 2002 FIFA World Cup were credited to the European coaches for their tactical acumen in getting the best out of their respective teams.
If there is one thing the Germans are famous for, it's ruthless efficiency. And that's exactly they are applying as they prepare for the 2006 World Cup Finals, a tournament they want to famously host and win. STARSPORT'S ERIC SAMUEL was in Germany to see how things are going along.
The fall of Japanese clubs has raised alarm bells in the land of the rising sun as both Kashima Antlers and Shimizu S-Pulse were favoured at least to qualify for the semi finals of the US$3 million Asian Football Confederation (AFC)
Two of Brazil#8217;s hottest teenage football prospects #8211; Robinho, hailed as the #8220;new Pele#8221;, and the dashing Diego #8211; will not be showcasing their silky skills at the Malaysia International Youth tournament scheduled at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on March 13 and 16.
England and her former colony, Australia, have always been intense rivals in the international sporting arena. It could be argued that the animosity between the sides actually began in the now infamous #8220;Bodyline Series#8221; of the 1932-33 Ashes cricket test matches held Down Under when English pace bowler, Harold Larwood, pitched the ball up with the intention to cause bodily harm to the Australian batsmen, in particular the legendary, Sir Donald Bradman.