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  1. I have been joking with England all the time, but lets start to be realistic. I think you have done really well. England has one of the youngest teams in the WC, only just to be beaten by Croatia who have players at all the best competitions in the world. You may get there in 2020 or 2022 or at least reaching semi's again.
  2. Football is coming home, 4 days early.
  3. Football is coming home, 4 days early.
  4. Win or lose, they've done us proud.
  5. Belgium will win this all the way
  6. I expect 4-0 or 5-0 now.
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    Round of 16: Belgium versus Japan

    KDB has been put on another position, cause the defense of Belgium is to weak otherwise. He is more used as a Mezzala or an adavanced playmaker. I know it's a pity for such a good player, but it should be done. Definitely against Brazil or further.
  8. I now remember this topic, where everybody said Japan was rubbish except me Even I didn't thought this.
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    Round 16: Spain v Russia

    Blaming Hierro isn't really fair I guess. He dared to step in this crazy mess. Of course he doesn't has a perfect tactical plan... The players and other staff are more to blame. On beforehand I thought Spain would lose to a big team with this mess, but apparently Russia was big enough...
  10. Switzerland is a top 16 team. Qualified almost always, last few cups. Took 27 points in their qualifying group. Reached the last 16 in euros and wc 2014. It was about time they have some luck with draws. Poland is another story, they 'cheated' their way into the world rankings. But to answer your question: not yet, it's to early. If the final is France vs. England with SFists Brazil an Croatia, it's definite not true. 2002 was way worse. Or 1994 with Sweden and Bulgaria in semi's
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