So after a month of football we reach the final, and my girlfriend couldn’t be happier. While she may not have enjoyed a tournament that many feel ranks with the best ever World Cups, but plenty (including me) have. Even […]
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#WorldCup final between #GERARG tonight. Preview from @davefox990 http://t.co/6VhlJ9CXqO
Does this #WorldCup mark the death of the number 9? @davefox990 asks the question http://t.co/t4DVJoXpB3
Craig Berry says #ENG offered little and delivered less http://t.co/Ey2dC6yYfK
On the eve of #ENG's 2nd #WorldCup2014 game, Craig Berry asks why the defeat to #ITA was so well received http://t.co/4i555XssRW
Early thoughts on #WorldCup2014 by @davefox990 http://t.co/XFuJBQeGG4
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