So here at ThisDrinkingLife we have written a short piece on all 32 participating nations and giving the lowdown on how they will do. So if you follow our advice you are bound to get a winner or two down the bookies, no doubt about it!
We are going for Spain to win the overall thing. They easily have the best squad, and have actually improved it slightly since the last world cup. The last four should contain Spain, Portugal, Germany and England. What? No Brazil or Argentina yet England!? Yes! Brazil wont win anything, they don’t have the squad to do it, while Argentina rely too heavily on Messi and Aguerro in a very rigid setup. And England? I expect Sturridge to fire them to the Semi’s
Brazil: Under Pressure?
Croatia: Solid without earth shattering
Mexico: On a downward spiral
Cameroon: Let the spirit of 1990 shine through
Spain: Two in a row?
Netherlands: A different approach?
Chile: The time is now
Australia: Australia, nul point
Colombia: the short trip to Brazil
Greece: Another Trojan horse
Ivory Coast: An African Powerhouse
Japan: Not this year.
Uruguay: Suarez’s recovery the key
Costa Rica: An Unfortunate Grouping
England: Quietly Optimistic?
Italy: Italy, a turnaround?
Italy: An Outsider?
France: The Luck of the draw!
France: The great pretenders
Ecuador: How did you qualify again?
Honduras: In search of their first win
Argentina: Can Messi inspire Argentina to victory?
Nigeria: Keshi and his Super Eagles
Germany: Germany, and their lone striker
Portugal: All about CR7
Belgium: Everyone’s favourite dark horse
Russia: Hurt pride
South Korea: Another world cup tryout
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