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Follow the FIFA World Cup 2006 with Microsoft Soccer Scoreboard

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 3-Jun-2006 10:16

This is such a cool application (and free): the Microsoft Soccer Scoreboard. You can follow your home team (or the one you support) around the FIFA World Cup 2006, and get all the results automatically. It runs on Windows XP PCs.

It will also list the schedule, previous results, and act as a RSS feed reader, with lots of RSS feeds to choose from with updates! The most important feature is that matches are listed in your own local timezone, not the German time :)

Microsoft Soccer Scoreboard FIFA World Cup 2006

The only problem I see is that it will not minimise to the system tray. But we can live with that, if it's to get all the updates on this World Cup...

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