2010 Fifa World Cup squads: Group E

first_imgThe final 23 players for the 32 squads competing in South Africa’s 2010 Fifa World Cup were announced after the deadline for confirmed teams passed on 1 June. Get the low-down on the 736 footballers who will be battling it out for the sport’s biggest trophy from 11 June to 11 July.More statistics on the 32 teams  2010 FIFA WORLD CUP: FIRST STAGE GROUPS Group A South Africa Mexico Uruguay FranceGroup B Argentina Nigeria South Korea GreeceGroup C England USA Algeria SloveniaGroup D Germany Australia Serbia GhanaGroup E Netherlands Denmark Japan CameroonGroup F Italy Paraguay New Zealand SlovakiaGroup G Brazil North Korea Côte d’Ivoire PortugalGroup H Spain Switzerland Honduras Chile GROUP E NETHERLANDS Coach: Bert van Marwijk # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperMaarten Stekelenburg22 September 1982 (aged 27)25Ajax2DefenderGregory van der Wiel3 February 1988 (aged 22)8Ajax3DefenderJohn Heitinga15 November 1983 (aged 26)51Everton4DefenderJoris Mathijsen5 April 1980 (aged 30)53Hamburg5DefenderGiovanni van Bronckhorst (captain)5 February 1975 (aged 35)97Feyenoord6MidfielderMark van Bommel22 April 1977 (aged 33)54Bayern Munich7ForwardDirk Kuyt22 July 1980 (aged 29)60Liverpool8MidfielderNigel de Jong30 November 1984 (aged 25)40Manchester City9ForwardRobin van Persie6 August 1983 (aged 26)41Arsenal10MidfielderWesley Sneijder9 June 1984 (aged 26)59Internazionale11ForwardArjen Robben23 January 1984 (aged 26)46Bayern Munich12DefenderKhalid Boulahrouz28 December 1981 (aged 28)28Stuttgart13DefenderAndré Ooijer11 July 1974 (aged 35)53PSV14MidfielderDemy de Zeeuw26 May 1983 (aged 27)23Ajax15DefenderEdson Braafheid8 April 1983 (aged 27)5Celtic16GoalkeeperMichel Vorm20 October 1983 (aged 26)3Utrecht17ForwardEljero Elia13 February 1987 (aged 23)5Hamburg18MidfielderStijn Schaars11 January 1984 (aged 26)11AZ19ForwardRyan Babel19 December 1986 (aged 23)38Liverpool20MidfielderIbrahim Afellay2 April 1986 (aged 24)20PSV21ForwardKlaas-Jan Huntelaar12 August 1983 (aged 26)30Milan22GoalkeeperSander Boschker20 October 1970 (aged 39)0Twente23MidfielderRafael van der Vaart11 February 1983 (aged 27)75Real Madrid DENMARK Coach: Morten Olsen # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperThomas Sørensen12 June 1976 (aged 33)86Stoke City2GoalkeeperJesper Christiansen24 April 1978 (aged 32)11København3GoalkeeperStephan Andersen26 November 1981 (aged 28)5Brøndby4DefenderDaniel Agger12 December 1984 (aged 25)30Liverpool5DefenderLars Jacobsen20 September 1979 (aged 30)29Blackburn Rovers6DefenderPer Krøldrup31 July 1979 (aged 30)28Fiorentina7DefenderWilliam Kvist24 February 1985 (aged 25)13København8DefenderSimon Kjær26 March 1989 (aged 21)9Palermo9DefenderSimon Poulsen7 October 1984 (aged 25)4AZ10DefenderPatrick Mtiliga28 January 1981 (aged 29)2Málaga11MidfielderMartin Jørgensen6 October 1975 (aged 34)94AGF12MidfielderDennis Rommedahl22 July 1978 (aged 31)94Ajax13MidfielderJesper Grønkjær12 August 1977 (aged 32)76København14MidfielderChristian Poulsen28 February 1980 (aged 30)72Juventus15MidfielderDaniel Jensen25 June 1979 (aged 30)47Werder Bremen16MidfielderThomas Kahlenberg20 March 1983 (aged 27)30Wolfsburg17MidfielderJakob Poulsen7 July 1983 (aged 26)11AGF18MidfielderThomas Enevoldsen27 July 1987 (aged 22)4Groningen19MidfielderMikkel Beckmann24 October 1983 (aged 26)3Randers20MidfielderChristian Eriksen14 February 1992 (aged 18)2Ajax21ForwardJon Dahl Tomasson (captain)29 August 1976 (aged 33)108Feyenoord22ForwardNicklas Bendtner16 January 1988 (aged 22)32Arsenal23ForwardSøren Larsen6 September 1981 (aged 28)17MSV DuisburgJAPAN Coach: Takeshi Okada # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperSeigo Narazaki15 April 1976 (aged 34)76Nagoya Grampus2MidfielderYuki Abe6 September 1981 (aged 28)44Urawa Red Diamonds3DefenderYūichi Komano25 July 1981 (aged 28)52Júbilo Iwata4DefenderMarcus Tulio Tanaka24 April 1981 (aged 29)38Nagoya Grampus5DefenderYuto Nagatomo12 September 1986 (aged 23)25FC Tokyo6DefenderAtsuto Uchida27 March 1988 (aged 22)31Kashima Antlers7MidfielderYasuhito Endō28 January 1980 (aged 30)93Gamba Osaka8MidfielderDaisuke Matsui11 May 1981 (aged 29)23Grenoble9ForwardShinji Okazaki16 April 1986 (aged 24)27Shimizu S-Pulse10MidfielderShunsuke Nakamura24 June 1978 (aged 31)96Yokohama F. Marinos11ForwardKeiji Tamada11 April 1980 (aged 30)69Nagoya Grampus12ForwardKisho Yano5 April 1984 (aged 26)18Albirex Niigata13DefenderDaiki Iwamasa30 January 1982 (aged 28)2Kashima Antlers14MidfielderKengo Nakamura31 October 1980 (aged 29)46Kawasaki Frontale15DefenderYasuyuki Konno25 January 1983 (aged 27)36FC Tokyo16ForwardYoshito Ōkubo9 June 1982 (aged 28)48Vissel Kobe17MidfielderMakoto Hasebe18 January 1984 (aged 26)30Wolfsburg18MidfielderKeisuke Honda13 June 1986 (aged 23)14CSKA Moscow19ForwardTakayuki Morimoto7 May 1988 (aged 22)5Catania20MidfielderJunichi Inamoto18 September 1979 (aged 30)79Kawasaki Frontale21GoalkeeperEiji Kawashima20 March 1983 (aged 27)9Kawasaki Frontale22DefenderYuji Nakazawa15 February 1978 (aged 32)104Yokohama F. Marinos23GoalkeeperYoshikatsu Kawaguchi15 August 1975 (aged 34)116Júbilo IwataCAMEROON Coach: Paul Le Guen # Position Player Date of Birth Caps Club 1GoalkeeperCarlos Kameni18 February 1984 (aged 26)58Espanyol2GoalkeeperSouleymanou Hamidou22 November 1973 (aged 36)40Kayserispor3GoalkeeperGuy N’dy Assembé28 February 1986 (aged 24)0Valenciennes4DefenderRigobert Song1 July 1976 (aged 33)133Trabzonspor5DefenderGeremi20 December 1978 (aged 31)109Ankaragücü6DefenderStephane Mbia20 May 1986 (aged 24)29Marseille7DefenderAurélien Chedjou20 June 1985 (aged 24)8Lille8DefenderNicolas N’Koulou27 March 1990 (aged 20)6Monaco9DefenderBenoît Assou-Ekotto24 March 1984 (aged 26)4Tottenham Hotspur10DefenderSébastien Bassong9 July 1986 (aged 23)3Tottenham Hotspur11DefenderGaëtan Bong25 April 1988 (aged 22)0Valenciennes12MidfielderJean Makoun29 May 1983 (aged 27)46Lyon13MidfielderAlexandre Song9 September 1987 (aged 22)20Arsenal14MidfielderLandry N’Guémo28 November 1985 (aged 24)17Celtic15MidfielderEyong Enoh23 March 1986 (aged 24)12Ajax16MidfielderGeorges Mandjeck9 December 1988 (aged 21)4Kaiserslautern17MidfielderJoel Matip8 August 1991 (aged 18)1Schalke18ForwardSamuel Eto’o (captain)10 March 1981 (aged 29)92Internazionale19ForwardPierre Webó20 January 1982 (aged 28)39Mallorca20ForwardAchille Emana5 June 1982 (aged 28)32Real Betis21ForwardMohammadou Idrissou8 March 1980 (aged 30)28Freiburg22ForwardVincent Aboubakar22 January 1992 (aged 18)0Cotonsport Garoua23ForwardEric Choupo-Moting23 March 1989 (aged 21)0NurembergPREVIOUS: GROUP D << • >> NEXT: GROUP Flast_img read more

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New Touch Capabilities and Enhanced SDK Take Center Stage in Latest Round of Intel Unite® Advancements

first_imgWith employees working from everywhere these days, workers need to flex different skills to better collaborate. It is rare when every meeting attendee is able to sit in the same conference room, and, let’s face it, in the age of distraction, a presenter needs to do everything in their power to hold their audience’s attention—regardless of location. As offices and how we work continues to evolve, it isn’t necessarily the workspace that needs to evolve, but the technology that enables work to happen.Three years ago, we introduced our Intel Unite® solution, an affordable, PC-based, wireless collaboration solution to help Intel employees stop worrying about the technology you need to start and get a meeting going (dongles and cords and adapters—you know the pain) and get straight to working. The Intel Unite solution has come a long way since 2015. We have moved from an internal-only product that helped our Intel teams collaborate quickly, to empowering organizations of all sizes to do the same. From large multinational companies to smaller but dispersed companies, the Intel Unite solution has become an integral part of many of today’s modern workplaces.As the customer momentum continues, so do our efforts to add new capabilities aimed at creating a smarter and more integrated collaboration experience.  Today at the Gartner Digital Workplace Summit in London, we showed our latest updates to the Intel Unite solution.We’ve advanced the platform across three areas: end users, IT and developers. Let’s dive deeper into the new set of Intel Unite capabilities:End UsersSimplicity: In addition to our trademark ease of use, Intel Unite offers the presenter the flexibility to control their content from a touch-enabled display in front of the room. Presenters are no longer tethered to a PC on the table, so meetings can become more dynamic and participants more engaged.Actions on the touchscreen (be it an interactive whiteboard, an All-in-One PC, or other Intel Unite-enabled platform) can be viewed by remote participants, as well, so collaboration extends beyond the conference rooms. Employees can be thousands of miles away and not have a diminished experience.IT FeaturesTelemetry: We’ve expanded the telemetry capabilities for deeper levels of analysis; we have increased the data points from six to more than 20 with the telemetry plugin. Now IT can dig deeper and analyze feature usage (mainly on configurable features such as moderation, meeting lock, auto disconnect, file share, schedule meeting, etc.); connectivity (reporting unexpected disconnects, connection errors, etc.); and plugin usage (number of times plugins that were leveraged during a meeting). The data set is exportable to IT’s standard tools. IT can easily access this advanced insight from the Intel Unite Admin Portal.Automatic Over-the-Air Updates: This is an additional option for software deployment and we see this as a valuable choice for customers that do not have managed IT environments. With this feature, the meeting room hub and devices are refreshed automatically.DevelopersOpen Platform: Intel Unite® is platform agnostic; it works across iOS, Linux, Windows, Android, macOS, and Chrome. Its flexible architecture provides a significant opportunity for developers to build additional value to extend the collaboration experience via apps. We are releasing a new software development kit (SDK) to make it even easier for partners to build the right tools and enhancements on top of Intel Unite for the ultimate collaboration experience. Our new modular architecture supports HTML5 development, now developers can create dynamic displays with rotating content based on company news.Partner-created plugins show Intel Unite’s extensibility. At Intel, we are able to control cameras and overhead lights through the varied Intel Unite plugins. More than 20 partner plugins are currently available for Intel Unite and, with the release of the new SDK, we expect the number to continue growing. New partner additions include Spracht* for A/V conferencing, Cequens* for secure messaging, and AgilQuest* for meeting room bookings just to name a few.The Intel Unite® open platform and ease of partner plug-in integration make it a game-changer in how teams collaborate. Our partner Bluescape’s CEO Peter Jackson sees the benefit saying: “Organizations using Bluescape and Intel Unite become more innovative in the way they work. Meetings run faster. Creative ideas spark action. Decisions are made. Businesses become more agile. Former work and technology barriers no longer appear. It’s about new experiences that drive new ways to work.”The latest Intel Unite® updates will be available late October. We’d love to speak with you about the value Intel Unite can add to your organization. Reach out to us at [email protected] If you’re interested in learning more about how other customers are using Intel Unite, check out our case studies on our website at www.intel.com/unite.last_img read more

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