July 7, 2010
Posted: 2251 GMT

Filed under: World Cup

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Charles Weah   July 8th, 2010 3:04 pm ET

I think Spain have shown that they are real champions.Coming down from a 1-0 defeat in the group phase and now into the final.That's incredible especially with such a convincing display and I believe that they can turn it around by defeating the Netherlands come this sunday.

Sayan Majumdar   July 10th, 2010 2:35 pm ET

The “fluent weaving pattern” displayed by the Spanish soccer team certainly puts them in the favourite position in the World Cup final. Much will depend upon the Dutch tactics to disrupt the aforesaid Spanish movements.


kamkis botrous   July 11th, 2010 10:45 am ET

Spain 3 winners of 2010 world cup

Muthyavan.   July 12th, 2010 4:37 pm ET

Finnaly the world cup is over and it was a success for every body who worked hard to make this a good friendly game. Our cngratulation to south Africa and FIFIA who made this to happen.

Smith in Oregon   July 12th, 2010 10:15 pm ET

Wow! Paul the psychic Octopus was absolutely amazing! In the final selection he actually showed both of them together as a tie before finally settling on Spain as his choice. And yep they were tied and then finally Spain emerged as the overtime winner.

The Vatican and ta Pope are likely on Paul's octopus cell phone begging for a session along with many of the Hollywood agents that dumped Speers, Hilton, Lohan and Mel Gibson in search for new fresh meat to exploit.

Smith in Oregon   July 12th, 2010 10:16 pm ET

I strongly urge and suggest the Greek NATO flagged cargo ship loaded with food and medical supply's now leaving Greece travel thru International Waters into Egypt's territorial waters and unloads their food and medical supplys in a Egyptian port for moving those supplies to Gaza.

IF Israel again commit's the International crime of piracy on a NATO flagged ship in International Waters or in Egypt's territorial waters then NATO and the International Community should immediately deal with Israel's criminal actions.

Smith in Oregon   July 13th, 2010 6:34 pm ET

So many of the Afghanistan people have joined the Taliban to become occupation resistance fighters, it certainly should be no surprise that Afghanistan soldiers and Afghanistan police gun down American and NATO troops when they have the opportunity, plant IED's and pass attack information to other resistance fighters. The same situation existed in France when Germany occupied that country. Instead of the French Resistance fighters, in Afghanistan they are labeled as the 'Taliban'.

Smith in Oregon   July 14th, 2010 2:05 am ET

Reports from the stricken cargo ship headed to Egypt with Food and Medicine supply's for the impoverished Gaza people, indicate the Israeli Military is now actively jamming the ships radio and distress channels.

Sounds like the same attack strategy the Israeli forces used since the 1970's Israeli attack on the USS Liberty communications vessel murdering dozens of American sailors and machine gunning the rescue boats the US Navy had deployed to abandon the crippled vessel.

Israel's jamming the standard and distress channels on a cargo ship is a act of war, nothing peaceful about that.

Jurgen R. Brul   July 15th, 2010 10:35 pm ET

Dear CNN friends,

I cannot believe that Pauly the octopussy is right again.

At the beginning of the match,
it was clear that the Dutch lions
were going to eat this octopussy raw,
but when the Dutch captain Giovanni van Bronckhorst left,
the Dutch lions with the captain Rafael van der Vaart
became weaker for the Spanish captain Iker Casillas.

The European Union still remains
for the second time in a row
FIFA World Champion!

TheKingOfTheWorld   July 19th, 2010 7:01 pm ET

World Peace!

CodsIsoft   August 29th, 2010 3:13 pm ET


Mallorca Now   August 31st, 2011 8:39 am ET


It was Spain!!!!!!

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