World Cup coverage — made specifically for NewsOK’s soccer fans
I’m even a general soccer fan.
I don’t wear soccer jerseys, speak with a fake European accent or sneer at fellow Americans that prefer not to follow soccer.
But I am a soccer fan.
I actually followed the World Cup qualification matches over the course of the last two years. And now that ESPN is putting their marketing and coverage muscle behind this year’s World Cup, the event has almost gone mainstream in middle America.
So, as digital managing editor of OPUBCO Communications Group, I felt it necessary to have an updated coverage page for World Cup 2010. All the stories of all the games are on the page, as well links to the schedule, tables and other fun interactive pieces.
I can’t say it’s the most comprehensive coverage of the World Cup you’ll find on the Web. But it has been effective and useful for a fan like myself to stay updated on the latest. We think it is a useful and effective page for general NewsOK users who want to see the latest information on the biggest sporting event in the world. And, you can join our interactive World Cup picks contest and choose the winners and compete with other users.
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