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On air: World Cup Team Talk: it's time to pitch in

Pandita Louram | 13:45 UK time, Friday, 9 July 2010

_48302701_paul.jpgMulti-lingual World Cup Have Your Say is LIVE NOW. Click here to take part.

So the final is on Sunday but what have you really thought of South Africa's World Cup?

From the sound of vuvuzelas to those questionable referee decisions, the propehtic powers of Paul the Octopus to the odd inglorious win, tonight World Have Your Say is hosting World Cup Team Talk and we want to hear from you.


Over the past month there've been highs and lows, good play and bad behaviour, lack-lustre perfomances and surpise wins. But how would you describe the past month of football? Has the beautiful game lived up to its name this time around? Were you gripped or bored to tears?

And that's only talking about the football. What about the host nation? Before the World Cup, concerns about violence, crime and hooliganism grabbed the headlines. But South Africa showed the world it was better than that by hosting a tournament full of soul and smiles. Are you there? How's it been?

You can join the global conversation here from 1600 GMT where you'll be able to chat with other fans across a number of different languages. Or join us on air from 1700 GMT.

For many people it's been a fantastic World Cup in South Africa - just a shame about the football! What do you think? Leave your comments here or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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