England World Cup 2010 Team

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England the founders and home of football, have made 13 World Cup appearances to date, making their debut in 1950 which they failed to get past the first round. Sir Alf Ramsay took England to World Cup glory in 1966 with the Infamous Geoff Hurst hat-trick giving England a 4-2 victory over West ... Read review

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Community Level 6Staffenburg

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Ciao England Review with images

AdvantagesThe excuse to leave work early?

DisadvantagesFour more years of hurt...

"England the founders and home of football, have made 13 World Cup appearances to date, making their debut in 1950 which they failed to get past the first round. Sir Alf Ramsay took England to World Cup glory in 1966 with the Infamous Geoff Hurst hat-trick giving England a 4-2 victory over West Germany. Since then the hype and expectation has been high, but England have always flattered to achieve, thanks to the notorious Maradona and his fist, and ..." Read review
19.06.2010

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Community Level 1steve5s5s5

steve5s5s5

The World Cup & England's 2010 efforts

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"Well 2010 is here and England have started there very shaky campaign but after a 1-0 win over Slovenia we didn't win the group but still went through second place to the next stage. So why did we start so badly and why didn't we manage to play the same high profile football that our players play at there clubs. Well I think its all down to pressure and this can affect people in different ways. However when you think about it we have what I consider ..." Read review
26.06.2010

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Community Level 1kaz_g2001

kaz_g2001

England lose their Jabulanis Review with images

AdvantagesAre there any?

DisadvantagesWhere do I start - no passion, no pride, no unity.

"Once upon a time, England were up there amongst the great and the good. 1966 I hear? Of course, that's the only date I've heard this World Cup, whether I am watching England play or not. The commentators seem to fill the gaps in their conversation by constantly harping back to the glory days of 1966, however at this rate, 2066 is looking like it could be an option for the next big win. The thing is, this set of 'world class players' is certainly ..." Read review
21.06.2010

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