3 defeats & draw in 4 Champions League matches is definitely not best punch for declaring that there’re indications of possibilities for English youth in the soccer world. However, the present season has transformed Brazil World Championship from doom into the possibility of building a truly appealing English team.
Tottenham midfielder Paulinho has said that it has been impossible for him to stop thinking about the coming World Cup. Brazil will be the host for this tournament and expectations are already high amongst the fans that they will lift the trophy for the first time since 2002.
Paulinho is one of the established first-team members of the Brazil squad. He recently came to British football with Tottenham for £ 18 million. Even though he has been in a new country, the 25-year-old has been able to settle immaculately well at Tottenham.
HODGSON HAS SQUAD
England manager Roy Hodgson has ruled out the possibility of introducing new players in the final friendly match for the team before they play at the World Cup 2014.
FIFA WORLD CUP
The World Cup is the major tournament organised by FIFA. This competition usually results in a large amount greenhouse gases emitted through various sources. This is the product of a huge number of people travelling from across the globe in order to support their teams.
GETTING THE BEST
The United States national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann has been getting the best out of Eddie Johnson in recent months, and he has said that the player should continue the good work at club level as well.
Johnson has been one of the impressive players for the US national team in the last few months. He once again impressed Klinsmann at the Gold cup as well. In the 62 matches he has played for club and country in the last 18 months, Johnson has been able to score 27 goals and create six more.
A NEW REAL
Barcelona and Lionel Messi will be facing a Real Madrid side without José Mourinho at the helm from next season after the Portuguese manager left the Spanish club for Premier league outfit Chelsea.
This is his second spell at the English club where he enjoyed a lot of success from 2004 to 2007. Mourinho was the major nemesis for Barcelona after he managed to bring them into the dominance in the league enjoyed by the Catalan club. However, Messi feels that Real Madrid will not be any weaker as a result of losing Mourinho.
DEL BOSQUE UNDECIDED
Spanish national team manager Vicente del Bosque is widely expected to step down from his role at the end of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
However, he has stated that he has yet not decided about his decision to step down. The former Real Madrid manager has been responsible for overseeing one of the most successful periods in world football for the Spanish national team. It has been era of domination from the Spaniards, but there has been wide remarks that del Bosque will step down from his post in order to give other managers an opportunity after the 2014 World Cup.
Former Brazil international Ronaldo has said that nobody is guaranteed a place in the squad for the finals of the FIFA World Cup 2014, which will take place in Brazil. There is a lot of expectation from Brazil due to the fact that this competition will be at home.
The World Cup will also be returning to South America after a long time. Due to the huge number of footballers, Brazil is one of the toughest countries to represent of the national team level. It becomes even tough when it becomes the most prestigious football tournament in the world.
MUST VISIT – CAPE TOWN
Affectionately known as the Mother City, Cape Town is South Africa´s oldest city and has a cultural heritage spanning more than 300 years. Founded in 1652 by Dutch settler Jan van Riebeeck, Cape Town is rated as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Cape Town has a relaxed atmosphere and offers visitors a host of outdoor leisure activities, as well as all the amenities of a world-class city at the sea.
CAMPS BAY RESIDENCES
Cape Town International Airport is a hub for South African Airways. It’s also the favourite city of Argentina’s Lionel Messi. Cape Town International is the second-largest airport in South Africa and a major gateway for tourist traffic. It has also been announced recently by the civil aviation authority, that Cape Town International will serve as the 2010 World Cup western air hub, serving additional air traffic that may occur from the Americas.