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Dispatch From Robert Soi

By | July 2nd 2010

History is about to be re-written in the world cup during the quarter-final between Uruguay and Ghana at soccer city tomorrow.  The match brings together a former football superpower hoping to recapture past glories and an emerging nation looking to write their place into world cup history.  The black stars of Ghana are getting full support from fans in South Africa with the stadium expected to be jam-packed during this match.  Here is KTN’S Robert Soi with that report from Jo’burg, South Africa.

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