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June 2011

  • International Round-up

    International Round-up

    June 06, 2011

    Another exhilarating weekend of international football witnessed some fantastic results for PUMA teams, edging several sides closer to European and African Cup of Nations qualification. Here’s our round-up of the biggest fixtures:

  • International Preview

    International Preview

    June 03, 2011

    This weekend sees another round of exciting international fixtures with European Championship and African Cup of Nations qualification at stake for many PUMA teams! We want to know which games you’ll be watching and more importantly, what the score line is going to be!

    To help make your predictions that little bit easier, we’ve put together a preview of the big games:

October 2010

June 2010

  • Portugal's Exhibition, Switzerland Sets New Record and Yet Lost, but are Still in the Game!

    Portugal's Exhibition, Switzerland Sets New Record and Yet Lost, but are Still in the Game!

    June 21, 2010

    We'll start with the rock 'n' roll show Portugal showed earlier today. North Korea came out on the pitch ready to show that their first performance wasn't sheer coincidence. And they did - first half was all right. Then, boom, Portugal scored the first goal - when scoring first in the World Cup they have always won the game. And...

  • Caramba España

    Caramba España

    June 21, 2010

    Today was the day for the European Champions to show that their setback against Switzerland was a unique occurrence. So they did what they did last time. In short: a lot of ball possession and an offensive strategy that seemed to sum up to - attack, attack and attack, with enough goal opportunities they should come out as winners.

  • Heroes from the Alps

    Heroes from the Alps

    June 16, 2010

    Our hats off and warmest congratulations go to our Swiss boys who beat Spain 1-0. Without doubt, the biggest shocker and most amazing achievement of the World Cup (so far).

  • Meet the Desert Fox in the Box: Algeria Striker Rafik Djebbour

    June 07, 2010

    It is 24 years since Algeria last qualified for a World Cup and now having done so at the expense of bitter rivals Egypt, the Desert Foxes face the challenge of qualifying from a tough Group C which includes England, Slovenia and the USA. To succeed they'll need the power and goals of AEK Athens striker Rafik Djebbour. Talking exclusively to PUMAFootball following a Les Fennecs training session in Germany, the French-born forward talks frankly about the team's World Cup tactics, the dark side of football and why Wayne Rooney is a typical Algerian!