Announcements of Squads for World Cup 2010

Soccer News by on 05-12-2010 filed under FIFA World Cup

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Ronaldinho & Robinho for BrazilMost of the nations participating in the coming World Cup 2010 in South Africa have announced their provisional 30-man squad. Lots of surprises and relatively new faces by various managers, especially as regarding Argentina, Brazil, England and Italy.

Both Zanetti and Cambiasso, regular players with Inter Milan who will be playing in the Champions League final, have been excluded from the Argentina squad. However Maradona called up Inter’s Diego Milito and Walter Samuel and Bayern’s Martin Demichelis.

Brazil‘s technical director Dunga have finalized his 23-man squad and excluded both Ronaldinho and Adriano, whilst Robinho is still in. Couple surprises are the inclusion of Wolfsburg striker Grafite and Tottenham’s goalkeeper Gomes. Marcello Lippi has named the provisional squad for Italy too and left out couple high profile names, including Francesco Totti.

Six Tottenham players have been listed by Fabio Capello for England, including of course various players from the top four teams, such as Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand, John Terry, Glen Johnson, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney. Some players who have done well in EPL this season and missed out are Owen Hargreaves, Gary Neville and Cartlon Cole.

As soon as all nations confirm and announce their final 23-man squads for World Cup 2010, we will be the first to publish them here!

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