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Watch the World Cup 2010 and Enjoy a Soccer Mystery

June 2010 is the month of the FIFA World Cup 2010 play at the newly rebuilt Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.  Access the link to enjoy over 50 articles and presentations about the 2010 World Cup, the teams, the local food, uniforms, Soccer City, South African customs, and many fun aspects of Association football.

Alexander McCall Smith wrote an installment of his No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency, located near Johannesburg itself, about malice and mystery along the Botswana football team – the Kalihari Swoopers. enjoy the book before or after the World Cup 2010.

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