Fourth FIFA Interactive World Cup finals detailed

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 29 April 2008 10:44 GMT

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The 32 players left in the fourth FIFA Interactive World Cup will battle it out for death or glory in Berlin on May 24, EA’s confirmed.

Over 25,000 people entered the competition originally. Reigning champion Andries Smit from the Netherlands will be defending his title for a prize of $20,000 and an invitation to the FIFA World Player Gala 2008.

Full list of competitors after the link. Thanks to PS3F.

  • Bjorn Diedricks – South Africa
  • Gwan Hyeong Kim – Korea
  • Sachith Reddy – India
  • Chan Charm Wah – Hong Kong
  • Andries Smit – Netherlands
  • Roland Csaszar – Hungary
  • Christian Lonhart – Denmark
  • Pedro Caiado – Portugal
  • Alex Barets – France
  • Karol Rogaczewski – Poland
  • Alfonso Ramos – Spain
  • Dominik Posch – Austria
  • Ivan Pastyrcak – Slovakia
  • Michael Labelle – USA
  • Davor Brescakovic – Croatia
  • Roberto Garrapa – Italy
  • Ruben Morales Zerecero – Mexico
  • Tunc Polat – Switzerland
  • Buey Siong Tay – Australia
  • Ivan Soberon – Spain
  • Michael Pommer – Australia
  • Max Fayers – England
  • Marko Krivokapic – Germany
  • Abubakr Ebrahim Akhalwaya – South Africa
  • Stephen Coorey – Australia
  • Andre Casagrande Buffo – Brazil
  • Didi Otisi – USA
  • Michael Ribeiro – USA
  • Carl Condliffe – New Zealand
  • Chris Bullard – England
  • Danny Taylor – England
  • Mustafa Agyuez – Germany

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