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Soccerlens Podcast – South Africa 2010



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On the fourth episode of the Soccerlens Podcast, Stephen Darwin is joined by journalist and broadcaster Gary Andrews and also Daryl Grove, who is the general manager of theoffside.com and also the worldcupblog.org, as we discuss all things World Cup 2010.

In particular we will be looking at the potential winners and losers of the finals and we will also discuss the problems that face Danny Jordaan and the rest of the World Cup organising committee.

We will also talk about the positives that will undoubtedly make South Africa 2010 a huge spectacle and we even discuss the baboon breakout that threatens to cause carnage at the World Cup!

Among the topics discussed with Gary Andrews and Daryl Grove were:

  • The international sides set to make an impression at the World Cup
  • World Cup 2010 ticketing issues
  • South Africa’s crime rate and how this may affect travelling supporters
  • The positives of holding football’s premier competition in Africa
  • Plus more on top of that!

Show Details

 Friday 27th March 2009
Host: Stephen Darwin
Co-Host 1: Gary Andrews
Co-Host 2: Daryl Grove

You can listen to the show below: [audio:sl-podcast-4-sa2010-26032009.mp3] Download link (mp3, 23mb, 25 mins)

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Also See:

A World Coup? Host Nations and World Cup Catastrophes – A run through past World Cups and the problems that host nations faced.

Didn’t Make The Cut

Legalizing Prostitution for World Cup 2010 – one of the proposals to come out of SA last year as they struggled to cope with improving social conditions leading up to the World Cup. Needless to say this one didn’t fly too well.

Andrew Jennings Interview – Mr Jennings talks to Steve Amoia about FIFA, Blatter, bribes, ticket scandals, vote rigging and lots more. A must read if you want to know what really happens at FIFA.