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Philosophers' World Cup

Twelve Manchester City players will possibly be heading to South Africa next year, surely a record?

The following have more or less booked their place with their respective national teams, but have I missed anyone?

England
Joleon Lescott, Gareth Barry, Wayne Bridge, Shaun Wright-Phillips

Argentina
Carlos Tevez, Pablo Zabaleta

Brazil
Robinho

Ivory Coast
Kolo Toure

Holland
Nigel de Jong

Paraguay
Roque Santa Cruz

Republic of Ireland (possibly)
Shay Given

Slovakia
Vladimir Weiss

Have I missed anyone?

On a lighter note...

Take a look at the following video clip and tell us the name of the stadium?



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Writer:Tudor
Date:Friday October 16 2009
Time: 5:10PM

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Well, do you count Joe Hart and Jo?
Blue Lad Scragg
16/10/2009 17:34:00
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Probably not.
kennyclementstache
17/10/2009 00:03:00
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joe hart yes and what about richards ? and come the world cup jo wont play for us i dont think.
bluemooner_mcfc
17/10/2009 01:44:00
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oh and what about sylvinho getting recalled?
bluemooner_mcfc
17/10/2009 01:45:00
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and thinking about it more what about if we buy anymore players in january that will be there ? - i need to goto bed now LOL
bluemooner_mcfc
17/10/2009 01:47:00
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