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PostSubject: PORT ELIZABETH,    Tue Oct 11, 2011 2:08 am

More than 20,000 English fans have come and gone from one of the World Cup's smallest host cities, causing few problems and leaving behind a big financial gain for the Indian Ocean port community.
Local organizers estimate 15,000 of 36,000 fans at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Wednesday for England's 1-0 victory over Slovenia supported the winning team.

The Herald newspaper headlined its front page Thursday: "Bay becomes Little Britain."

England advanced with the victory as the second-place team in Group C behind the United States.

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