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PortuGOAL World Cup 2010 homepage


PortugalWelcome to unrivalled English-language coverage of Portugal's participation in the 2010 World Cup. Our special World Cup section will keep you right up to date on all aspects of the Seleccao's campaign in South Africa.

Carlos Queiroz and his merry men made hard work of booking their place at the World's greatest sporting event, but finished the qualification campaign with a flourish.

And a record of three semi-finals and one final in the last five major tournaments will ensure that Portugal travel to Africa in an optimistic frame of mind. Follow the highs, the lows, the jubilation, the anguish and share your thoughts with the millions of Portugal fans worldwide right here.


PortuGOAL.net 2010 World Cup special section



Portugal News
: All the news surrounding Portugal’s campaign in South Africa in the lead-up, throughout the duration and in the aftermath of the tournament.
 
Squad Profiles: Detailed profiles of all players who will represent Portugal in the 2010 World Cup.
 
Opposition Watch: Keep tabs on the Seleccao’s group opponents, Ivory Coast, North Korea and Brazil, as well as other nations who may cross Portugal’s path further on in the tournament.
 
Tournament Schedule: Full schedule of every match in an easy-to-follow guide of the path from the group stage to the Johannesburg final.
 
World Cup qualifying: Recall how Portugal got to South Africa.
 
Portugal Global – watching you watching us: This section invites the millions of Portugal fans scattered in all four corners of the world to share their experiences of supporting the Seleccao.



Comments (5)
Portugal's Future
5 Thursday, 08 July 2010 21:49
Still not over our elimination at the hand's of Spain. I think we played a very negative brand of football which stained our reputation more than any loss could. All I want of the national team is for the players to be proud of their country, go out on the pitch and play hard for 90 minutes and play for each other. We don't need egos overpowering the team. Finally, we need a coach who is smart tactically but allows the team the freedom to express themselves on the pitch and to play the style of football we have come to expect and love. Forca Portugal! Onto Euro 2012 qualification and revenge against the Danes.
Carlos should be fired....
4 Monday, 05 July 2010 06:11
He did a bad choice not to play Deco and Miguel vs Spain...He should have called Quaresma to the squad from the start...but Portugal have bad luck in games like this,, injured Nani did not help!! Coentrao and Eduardo look promising for the future.. Mourinho could be manager after Real, who knows, maybe.....
go portugal
3 Friday, 26 March 2010 02:48
deseje-os sorte no torneio y muintos aqui onde eu vivo
Queremos a Selecção com bigode na África do Sul
Seleccao supporters
2 Thursday, 18 March 2010 15:01
Get good info about Magaliesburg and surrounding areas by going to www.magaliesmeander.co.za or www.unwind.co.za
Our local soccer team is "Peace lovers united F.C." it was established in 2001 and fields five teams - under 15, under 17, under 19, under 23, and the "masters" team. contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for any further information.
welcome portugal
1 Tuesday, 16 March 2010 11:07
The Portuguese team will be based in Magaliesburg, a small town between Johannesburg and Rustenburg.
The people of Magaliesburg are proud to be hosts to the team and intend to give them the best off field support possible.
Portugal - please enjoy your stay in Magaliesburg - we are 100% behind you!!

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