10 Things England Must Improve for World Cup 2014

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10 Things England Must Improve for World Cup 2014
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As usual, England have returned home from a major tournament having been dealt a harsh reminder of their limitations.

While going out in the quarterfinals to eventual finalists Italy on penalties might have exceeded most fans' pre-Euro 2012 expectations, England's performances in Ukraine did not exactly fuel sky-high hopes for the future.

But manager Roy Hodgson is only two months into his four-year contract as manager and must now turn his attentions to reaching the 2014 World Cup.

There is not enough time for any of the traditional "root and branch" reforms that are routinely demanded whenever England fail. 

However, there are things that Hodgson can look to improve or change completely in time for the expected trip to Brazil.

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