Scolari: I wasn?t worried Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:35:00 GMT
FIFA.com hears the reactions of Luiz Felipe Scolari, Niko Kovac, Miguel Herrera and Volker Finke, the respective coaches of Brazil, Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon, to the Final Draw.
Second ticket sales phase for the 2014 FIFA World Cup starts Sunday 8 December 2013 Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:34:00 GMT
Ticket sales for the 2014 FIFA World Cup will reopen at 12:00 CET/09:00 Brasilia time on Sunday 8 December 2013 and applications cane made until 12:00 CET on 30 January 2014.
Van Gaal: Not a good draw for us Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:23:00 GMT
Whoever qualifies from Group B – a section with a heavy South Africa 2010 flavour – could find themselves facing host nation Brazil in the Round of 16.
Appiah: We've landed in the Group of Death Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:10:00 GMT
There was little sign of relief on the faces of the Germany, Portugal, Ghana and USA coaches after the four nations were drawn together in Group G of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
Group A: History on Brazil?s side Fri, 06 Dec 2013 22:00:00 GMT
Brazil will start the pool as the favourites, while Cameroon, Croatia and Mexico will all be hopeful in what is, on paper, a wide-open fight for a second spot in the knockout phase.
Zaccheroni: It could be better, but it could be worse too Fri, 06 Dec 2013 21:49:00 GMT
As they worked out their chances of qualifying from Group C, the four coaches of Colombia, Côte d'Ivoire, Greece and Japan agreed on one thing - that all the teams in the group have a chance of extending their stay in Brazil.
Prandelli: You don?t see three world champions together every day Fri, 06 Dec 2013 21:45:00 GMT
The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil brings together three teams that have made tournament history and one that is out to cause an upset in Group D.
Sabella: I'm moderately optimistic Fri, 06 Dec 2013 21:29:00 GMT
Asked by FIFA.com to rate the difficulty of Group F from one to ten, Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella would not give a number, but did admit his side had been lucky. Nigeria boss Stephen Keshi, meanwhile, gave it a six.
Halilhodzic: We?re not going to Brazil as tourists Fri, 06 Dec 2013 21:18:00 GMT
Group H pits two European dark horses against each other, while Algeria and Korea Republic will be hopeful of springing a surprise.
Group G: Familiar faces reunited Fri, 06 Dec 2013 21:12:00 GMT
Germany, Portugal, Ghana and USA will comprise an immensely tough Group G. FIFA.com looks closer into the intriguing section.
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Experience a Unique South African Peri-Peri taste sensation – Nando’s
There will be suspense and cheering aplenty at the upcoming FIFA World Cup games in South Africa. If you get hungry going to or from the football matches – and who doesn’t – there’s only one place to get a quick, tasty meal – Nando’s.
Nando’s grilled peri-peri chicken is world famous and their chips are delicious. Nando’s promises that you don’t have to settle for fast food, because you can get good food fast.
If you’re wondering where to find a Nando’s, never fear. The restaurant has a .mobi cell phone/PDA application (mobi.nandos.co.za from a mobile phone and http://mobi.nandos.co.za from your computer) that will give you a map and directions to the closest Nando’s wherever you are!
It’s a trifecta – delicious and nutritious food, easy to find and the price is right! Who could ask for more?
Well, if you want more, check out Nando’s award-winning, clever ad campaign. Just like Africa.com, Nando’s is changing the way the world sees Africa – with a series of cheeky spots designed to cheer you up and shatter your notions about South African people and their customs.
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If you enjoyed watching the World Cup and now want to experience South Africa in person, Africa.com has a list of tips to help you better understand how to interact with a foreign culture, particularly one that has survived a history of bitter race relations.
I lived in South Africa for five years and love the country and its people. Here are my top 10 tips for enjoying your stay.
This blog contains excerpts from a sermon given by The Reverend Hilary Owen, St. Martin's in the Veld Anglican Church, Rosebank (Johannesburg), South Africa, on Sunday, July 11, 2010.
Euphoria South Africa! We’ve made it! We’ve done it! We hosted one of the most successful World Cups of all time – a first in Africa. It is another miracle for South Africa. Allelulia!
Remember Mandela’s release from prison in 1990? Remember the end of Apartheid, and the onet free election in 1994? Remember the miracle and how it all came about? Everyone was expecting civil war.