Wednesday, July 7, 2010
The 2010 FIFA World Cup reaches its peak come Sunday when Netherlands (first time in 32 years) and Spain lock horns to decide who runs away with the coveted world title, following a scintillating tournament that has been superbly hosted on African soil and produced many surprises as some pre-tournament favorites bit the dust.
The Spanish national team off loaded the brazen Germany team (1-0) that had looked set to feature in the final after thumping Argentina and England by four goals. And now the task falls on the Dutch to plot the downfall of Spain who're looking sharp and ready to lay their hands on the golden prize.
Saturday, July 3, 2010
The dedicated World Cup courts have handled many cases since the start of the 2010 World Cup but none up to now involved renowned international celebrities until Paris Hilton and a friend decided to partake in a muddling marajuana joint (zol) at the Nelson Mandela Stadium during the Netherlands v Brazil match, to afford themselves a privileged perceptive on the World Cup proceedings.
The duo were summarily taken into custody and swiftly charged and fined, with Paris' accomplice being given two weeks to leave the country.