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Back of a fag packet analysis of Spain going out of the World Cup (World Cup Braindump #3)

People watching World Cup on the TV, on the street in Brazil

Well, the past few evenings have been fun haven’t they? Read the rest of this entry »

Crowd scene, Chile versus Brazil, 1962 World Cup

Crowd at Chile verus Brazil, 1962 World Cup

Image from RiveraNotario, via Flickr

REFEREE! (World Cup Braindump #1)

Brazil supporters watching their World Cup match against Croatia

And so the World Cup begins. An interesting start.

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And now the end is near… (World Cup Braindump #11)

Only four games left, folks! Looking at my blogging habits, it may appear that after England’s woeful exit I went into something of a decline. Far from it. While this tournament has yet to match the all-time great World Cups, it has certainly had some fine moments, such as Brazil’s complete implosion against the Dutch, Germany dismantling Argentina and especially the electric final moments of Ghana/Uruguay. Read the rest of this entry »

More ridiculous than sublime (World Cup Braindump #5)

Apologies for the lack of Hot World Cup Action here on the blog, but I have been happily distracted by other matters. But without any further ado, here is my latest braindump, as we enter the final round of group games. Read the rest of this entry »