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USAfrica: #Soccer superstars, army of fans cheer as #WorldCup 2014 kicks off in #Brazil

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USAfrica: #Soccer superstars, army of fans cheer as #WorldCup 2014 kicks off in #Brazil

Special to USAfricaonline.comCLASSmagazine,  and USAfrica multimedia networks, Houston. Follow Twitter.com/Chido247,  Facebook.com/USAfricaChidoworld-cup-soccer-schedule_2014

The world’s most watched sports/entertainment event, the FIFA soccer world cup kicked off a few minutes ago todayThursday June 12, 2014 in Brazil. There are teams from the usual favorites Brazil, Argentina, Spain to the surprise makers from Africa: Ghana, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire. (Update: Brazil 3, Croatia 1).

It will be the most social media spotlighted event, far beyond other major events such as the very popular basketball hosted by the NBA. USAfricaonline,com and our blogs-egroups will report results as they come. We have attached illustration and schedule of matches. Click on the image for a larger view. By Chido Nwangwu, Founder of USAfrica 

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11 Comments

  1. Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ.
    Okwe!
    Okwe eji ọkpa azụ.
    Nkwa eji ụkwa akụ.
    Ahịa eji ọkpa azụ.
    Ya kpọtụba!
    Ya Gazie
    Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ.

  2. Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ.
    Okwe!
    Okwe eji ọkpa azụ.
    Nkwa eji ụkwa akụ.
    Ahịa eji ọkpa azụ.
    Ya kpọtụba!
    Ya Gazie
    Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ.

  3. Brazil is leading now! !

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