June 19, 2006 in Sports

Caught Up In World Cup Fever

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In the last 10 days, I’ve watched about 12 World Cup matches. This is quite surprising, as prior to the start of the World Cup, I wasn’t really a fan of soccer. In fact, I thought it rather boring. However, there is something to be said for watching the best players across the globe represent their respective countries in what I now view as the worlds game. So can’t wait for the knock-out stage to begin, even though the US team probably won’t proceed afterThursdays game. I’m torn because I want them to beat Ghana, but I am also secretly hoping that Ghana wins. Mainly because Ghana is my team in the office sweepstake. Plus, they had a convincing victory over the Czech Republic who crushed the American team in their opener.

One Comment

  1. June 21, 2006 at 3:15 am


    the one time i actually sat down and WATCHED a soccer match i was like, “wow… so there’s actually some excitement afterall!” and though i haven’t been following the world cup, it was reassuring to know i wasn’t the only person semi-hesitant about getting involved in the watching of this sport.
    hi, by the way, from a first time reader 🙂

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