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USA vs. Ghana World Cup Betting Line and News

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Friday, 25 June 2010 23:50

2010 World Cup Betting OddsThe line in the world cup betting game between Usa and Ghana is Pk at

Both teams will try to pick up a win this Saturday when they play at Rotal Bafokeng Stadium.

U.S. Soccer coach, Bob Bradley said today that he and his team were moved to the congratulations of President Barack Obama by 1-0 win over Algeria in the 2010 World Cup Odds.

The victory, which came in the final minute of the match thanks to a goal by Landon Donovan, assured Americans classify as the first knockout stage from Group C, so tomorrow will face Ghana.

"We are all honored that before a big match we received a call from President Obama," said Bradley.

"We visited the White House a few weeks ago and was a special moment, but he maintained (touch) is even better," he said.

Bradley also admitted to be impressed with the football knowledge of Obama, or at least what has been well informed. "Even were asked how Tim Howard's ribs," he said.

Howard goalkeeper injured his ribs in a collision with Emile Heskey in the first game of the United States against England.

The U.S. team also met with former President Bill Clinton, who was in Pretoria to see the win over Algeria.

Bradley said he was aware that Ghana, which will have local support as the only African team still in competition, will be a tough rival.

"This team of Ghana in particular, is well organized," he said. "Coach did a good work. The team has some very talented individuals," he added.

United States reached the quarterfinals in the 2002 World Cup betting but the current coach is not considered in the minds of his players to reach that achievement.

"No doubt there are times you think you're able, if we can continue to build the end," he said, "but it has to be balanced with focus on each match.

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