Oscar Tabarez

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Uruguay head coach Oscar Tabarez admitted he was proud of his players after they were beaten 3-2 by Holland in the World Cup semi-finals on Tuesday night. The South Americans managed to equalise through Diego Forlan following Dutch captain Giovani van Bronckhorst’s scorcher to open the scoring but the Oranje scored twice in quick succession…
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The weight of history will not burden Uruguay in their semi-final according to coach Oscar Tabarez. The South American nation hosted the inaugural Fifa World Cup and triumphed on home soil back in 1930. The men from Montevideo then had to endure an agonising 20 year wait before even qualifying again, but remarkably went on…
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Coach Oscar Tabarez praised Luis Suarez after his goals against Korea Republic fired Uruguay into the last eight. The South Koreans had levelled things after the break through Lee Chung-yong as the South Americans dropped back to protect their first-half advantage. But the Ajax forward popped up with a fantastic strike in the 80th minute…
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La Celeste coach Oscar Tabarez believes his side can achieve something special in South Africa and go all the way. The South Americans have already collected four points from their first two group games, a 0-0 draw with France and a 3-0 win over hosts South Africa. A draw in their final Group A clash…
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Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez is keeping his cards close to his chest ahead of their game against hosts South Africa. The two-time World Champions ground-out a goalless draw against France on the opening day of SA2010 but are now busy preparing to face Bafana Bafana on June 16. With increased media interest in the host…
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Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez says Group A will be tightly contested after hosts South Africa and Mexico played out a 1-1 draw. With hosts South Africa and Mexico playing out a 1-1 draw in the South Africa 2010 curtain-raiser, Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez says Group A will be tightly contested. Tabarez credited his team's performance…
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After a 20-year absence, Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez took the team to the World Cup again. Tabarez coached Uruguay at the World Cup 1990 in Italy, and he would be happy to have the same success when his team plays in Group A with host South Africa, France and Mexico at this year's tournament. In…