Thursday, June 15, 2006

S Korea  2, Togo 1

It was reported that many countries, especially in 'football-mad' Africa, cannot watch the World Cup on free-to-view television. South Korea, however, is providing the coverage free to the North. The mind goes back forty years to when North Korea played in England. At that time, I saw somewhere, North Korea's economy was stronger than the South's...

I liked the way the BBC World Service reported this morning: for the second time a former colony is playing its former masters. This refers of course to Trinidad & Tobago v England. The first time was Angola v  Portugal.


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