New Brazil coach Mano Menzes brings back only four World Cup players for a Tuesday friendly against the United States, his debut in the job after taking over from Dunga.
What does WC stand for?
WC stands for World Cup
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We have 52 other meanings of WC in our Acronym Attic
- World Champion
- World Changers
- World Class
- World Clubs (Northwest Airlines lounge)
- World Concept
- World Conquest (gaming)
- World Coordinate (computer science)
- World Court
- World Craft (3D mapping program)
- World Cultures
Samples in periodicals archive:
Australia are hot favourites to win the men's field hockey World Cup starting on Sunday, provided they can break the German stranglehold.
Henry Kissinger, the former US Secretary of State, has joined the American bid committee trying to convince FIFA to stage either the 2018 or 2022 World Cup in the United States, US Soccer said Monday.
A Pakistani court on Monday issued a stay order against the relocation of the World Cup 2011 headquarters from the country's cultural capital to India on security grounds.
A former president of cricket's governing body Sunday accused India of being behind the decision to shift World Cup 2011 matches away from Pakistan which has further isolated the troubled country.
``He's a great player, a quality player,'' said midfielder Gerardo Torrado, a 2002 World Cup veteran who has spent most of his national-team career immediately in front of Suarez.
Television Special and Soccer Festival Part of Activities For Company's Fifth World Cup Sponsorship ATLANTA, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The world's best known trademark and brand again is associated with the premiere event of the world's most popular sport as The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO) executes new sponsorship and global marketing activities for World Cup USA '94.
BELLEVUE, Wash -- Vidiator(R), a leading provider of mobile multimedia solutions, today announced that it has been successfully delivering mobile video (live and on-demand) of the exciting action of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany to subscribers of the 3 Group of carriers on its UMTS network.