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JUNE 21, 2010
BY TNR STAFF
Simon Kuper: Brazilian football has moved from poetry into prose
Familiar pattern emerging in Capello's reign
Will fans just have to accept diving?
Rob Hughes: cracks in the European camps
Tim Vickery: South American stars shine
Zonal Marking: Brazil always in control against Ivory Coast, Portugal exploits the space against North Korea
Gabriele Marcotti: Denmark's Simon Kjaer is a throwback to the ball-playing defenders of old
Can the Cup really spur grassroots soccer in South Africa?
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