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حسني مبارك يا& (Tue Aug 29th, 2006)
الى حسني الجزمه شوف مستواك ومستوى السيد حسن نصرالله تاج راسك ياكلب ياحسني الزفت انت واتباعك الحمير انت رئيس على مكان للحيوانات يا زباله تحيات الترياق الشيعي

Kily Gonzalez returns to first club Rosario Central (Mon Jul 24th, 2006)
Cristian "Kily" Gonzalez, who played for Argentina in the 2002 World Cup, has returned to Rosario Central on loan from Inter Milan, the Argentine first division club said.

Wanchope agrees to join Argentine club Rosario Central (Thu Jul 13th, 2006)
Costa Rica's World Cup striker Paulo Wanchope was set to sign a two-year deal with Argentine club Rosario Central on Thursday, linking him with his former Derby County team mate Horacio Carbonari.

Autuori and Luxemburgo in frame for Brazil (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
Paulo Autuori, coach with Japanese outfit Kashima Antlers, and former incumbent Wanderley Luxemburgo, currently with Santos, are in the frame to replace Carlos Parreira as coach of Brazil, media reports said.

Roberto Carlos quits international soccer (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
Brazilian Roberto Carlos has quit international soccer following Brazil's 1-0 quarter-final defeat to France in which he was widely blamed for failing to mark goalscorer Thierry Henry.

German group in Chile watches 1st soccer game (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
Dozens of German immigrants who once belonged to a secretive religious sect in southern Chile watched a televised soccer match for the first time on Friday when Germany beat Argentina in the World Cup.

Argentina's World Cup brought two memorable goals -- and Messi questions (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
Argentina scored two of the World Cup's most beautiful goals.

Argentina betray style that thrilled fans (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
Argentina played some of the best football of the World Cup and became the most feared team yet ultimately paid the price for a lack of belief in a potential match-winner like Lionel Messi.

Ecuador cruise into second round (Thu Jun 15th, 2006)
Ecuador strolled past Costa Rica 3-0 and into the second round of the World Cup on Thursday for the first time in their history.

Brazil players wary of Zico World Cup threat (Sun Dec 11th, 2005)
Brazil's players refuse to accept they have been handed an easy World Cup draw and are especially wary of facing the country's former great Zico, who coaches first round opponents Japan.

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