• Posts Tagged ‘World Cup 2014’

    Who will be the modern day World Cup heroes?

    by  • May 8, 2014 • Brazil, World Cup • 0 Comments

    The World Cup has long remained the most prestigious tournament in world football, with many of the best nations and players in the world setting the stage alight through a glorious month of high drama, excitement and tension. It is the pinnacle for any professional footballer to play at the World Cup at some...

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    Can England win the title?

    by  • April 30, 2014 • England, World Cup • 0 Comments

    The World Cup 2014 begins on Thursday, June 12 and so the excitement begins with the fans. England is in Group D, alongside Costa Rica, Italy and Uruguay. It is obvious that England will be the most dominating in this Group. Football fans across the world will witness the most anticipating tournament that they...

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    European nations will under Sizzling South American heat, especially reigning champions Spain

    by  • March 11, 2014 • Brazil, Spain, World Cup • 0 Comments

    As the World Cup, one of the most renowned competitions across all of sport, draws ever closer, the debate is beginning to heat up over who will outlast the other 31 nations to lift the Jules Rimet trophy this summer.  With many sports-book offering some of the best markets available on outright World Cup winner...

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    Can Brazil win it at home?

    by  • February 21, 2014 • Brazil, World Cup • 0 Comments

    When the FIFA World Cup Finals kick off in Brazil this summer, a weight of expectation will fall upon the side that hasn’t rested on the shoulders of any host nation team since France ’98, and possibly even earlier. Over the long history of World Cup football, one in three tournaments has seen the...

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    England To Join The Party In Brazil

    by  • October 30, 2013 • Brazil, England, World Cup • 0 Comments

    The Road To Brazil  A cracking 5-0 victory away to Moldova in September 2012 marked the beginning of England’s path to the World Cup in Brazil next year. Frank Lampard managed a brace (including a penalty) and Jermain Defoe, James Milner and Leighton Baines all found themselves on the score sheet. This Moldova team...

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