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Thursday, 28 March, 2002, 18:06 GMT
What is Sports Talk?
Throughout the 2002 World Cup BBC Sport is offering you a variety of applications and chat events to allow you the chance to have your say as the action unfolds.

As the action happens, why not vent your spleen in front of all the other fans within

After the match, join the stars of TV and Radio within our

And if you can't wait until the scheduled times, e-mail Sports Talk any time of the day or night.

Sports Talk allows users from around the world to participate in the latest sporting debates.

To take part, simply click on the relevant Sports Talk and use the postform provided to e-mail your comments.

There is no need to register to take part and no limit to the number of debates that you can take part in.


Frequently asked questions:

Why hasn't my message appeared yet?

There are a number of possible reasons why this could be happening:

1.The BBC will put up as many of your comments as possible but we cannot guarantee that all e-mails will be published. The BBC reserves the right to edit comments that are published.

2. If your message breaks BBC guidelines, the moderator will not publish it.

3. If there are already a number of similar messages on the site, we may choose to publish other e-mails representing alternative views to open up the discussion.


What is a Moderator?

Since the BBC Sports Talks are read by people of all ages, we like to make sure that none of the messages will offend anyone. To ensure this, moderators read every message that is sent, and reject any unsuitable ones.


What will you do with my e-mail address?

Your e-mail address is confidential and will not be used for any other purpose than that of identifying you and if we need to contact you for competitions etc. The BBC will not publish or provide your e-mail address to anyone.


The postform doesn't seem to be working properly. Who should I contact?

You can e-mail us at sportstalk@bbc.co.uk. Put "Postform Problems" in the subject line.


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