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The Future Of England’s Midfield

England's Midfield could potentially see them go one step further at Euro 2020.  The Taylor Take Over breaks down the stats from Russia 2018 and suggests 3 candidates that could boost the midfield. The English football team went into Russia 2018 with a lower level of expectancy draped around their shoulders than

Sweden Make World Cup Quarterfinals For First Time in 24 Years

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A heavily deflected goal sent Sweden into the quarterfinals for the first time since 1994 as they kept Switzerland out of business in St. Petersburg. Living up to tradition so far as every match has had an exciting period of stoppage time, this match was no different. The dying seconds of

Belgium 3:2 Japan, An Anatomy of a World Cup Classic.

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71 days prior to the first kick of the ball at the Luzhniki Stadium in the Russian capital, managerial mayhem had circumscribed Japanese football as Vahid Halilhodzic was given marching orders on the back of uninspiring friendly displays against Mali and Ukraine respectively with JFA technical director Akira Nishino appointed

Cautious Brazil Overcome Mexican Challenge

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It has been a World Cup full of surprises. Countries like Argentina, Spain, Germany and Portugal are already out and we aren't even through to the quarter-finals! If anything, seeing a heavily supported team going against an impressive lesser team is not how the script of this World Cup was

Belgium a Bit Spicy for Mild-Mannered England

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Match Report by Ishan Bhasin England will face Colombia in the last 16 while Belgium will be facing Japan as they top Group G courtesy a ripper of a strike by Adnan Januzaj. This game was made interesting because of the possible fixtures it could create. The winner would go on to

Colombia Punish Sorry Poland as Rodriguez Shines

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Match Report by Anas Ali Colombia sealed their first victory of this year’s FIFA World Cup with a comprehensive performance against Poland. In what turned out to be one of the most one-sided contests, Los Cafeteros dominated the entire game to come out as convincing 3:0 winners. Radamel Falcao scored his first goal

Second Half Modrić Penalty Helps Croatia overcome Nigeria

Group D favourites Croatia kicked off their World Cup 2018 campaign in delightful fashion as they registered a compelling 2:0 victory against Nigeria. A first-half own goal from Oghenekaro Etebo gave Hrvatska a lead but Luka Modrić's second-half penalty made sure that the European giants secure all three points against

The Scout’s Guide To The World Cup: Group E

By FootballMR Brazil Player – Fagner    Position: Right Back    Age: 29 Caps: 4 Goals: 0 Fagner Conserva Lemos was a late call up to the Brazil squad after an injury to Dani Alves. Fagner has played in Brazil, the Netherlands and Germany for clubs like PSV Eindhoven and Wolfsburg before returning to his first

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