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This is going to be a very good or splendid footbal showcase if one may put it. This is all because of its nature of being an honour of the world’s gret footballing nation with out any argument. Brazil with five stars on thier jersey has proved well to its Eouropean conterparts that they are not a nation to be taken for granted. Shall we see the sixth star embroiled on thier jersey after the 2014 world cup?? This is a million dollar question all the fotball experts and analyst are to answer after this massive draw.

CBS Philly

By Matt Leon

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It will not be easy for the Americans next year in Brazil.

The draw for the World Cup was Friday and the US was drawn into Group G along with Ghana, Portugal and Germany.

This is the seventh straight appearance in the World Cup for the Americans and their last three runs in the tournament have been ended by one of the teams in their group this year.

Back in 2002, the US got to the quarterfinals for the first time since 1930 before losing to Germany.

In 2006, Ghana knocked the US out with a win in their final group match and then in 2010 Ghana ousted the US in the Round of 16.

The Americans will open play in the 2014 World Cup on June 16 in Natal against Ghana.

KYW’s Matt Leon spoke with Kerith Gabriel of philadelphiaunion.com about the US…

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