Play the Game recommended as one of the best of the World Cup web


By Play the Game
Britains independent football magazine 'When Saturday Comes' (WSC), has recommended Play the Game as one of the best of the many World Cup websites.

There is no doubt that the 2010 World Cup will be one of the most written about events ever. On the internet there are several websites, blogs, Tweets and Facebook groups and pages dedicated to following the event. WSC has researced and found a handful of useful or well-written sites and blogs that they find is worth following.

One of these sites is Play the Game. WSC writes:

"The site of independent watchdog Play The Game will be keeping a moral eye out for the usual FIFA shenanigans, and reporting the kind of news that won't be edging headlines like ABSOLUTELY TERRYBLE off the tabloids' outside pages."

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