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FERNANDO TORRES today insisted he is ready to make his mark on the World Cup finals after putting his injury nightmare behind him.
DIRK KUYT was disappointed to see Rafael Benitez leave his post as Liverpool boss and hopes the Spaniard will not be followed out of Anfield by captain Steven Gerrard.
HARRY KEWELL was left crestfallen by his first-half dismissal in Australia's 1-1 draw with Ghana on Saturday - and claimed referee Roberto Rosetti had "killed" his World Cup dream.
DENMARK may have got the three points that put their World Cup campaign back on track, but defender Daniel Agger felt that was one of the few positives his side could take from their 2-1 victory over Cameroon.