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JULY 6, 2010
BY TNR STAFF
The science of refereeing
The memory problem of the World Cup
Jonathan Wilson: Uruguay's 1950 triumph a testament to grit
Uruguay aim to rekindle past glories
Zonal Marking: Holland-Uruguay preview
Holland 2 - Brazil 1...in Legos
Tim Vickery: emotion no substitute for clear thinking
Fidel Castro believes the refs are biased against South American sides
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Come on Fidel, where's your CONCACAF loyalty? Besides, that's one region with legitimate grievances: US vs Slovenia and Algeria, Mexico vs. Argentina. (Honduras was a lost cause, but they're just happy to be there.) No region got more screwed on a per team basis than your own!
July 6, 2010 at 10:51am
July 6, 2010 at 3:11pm
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