Great Britain Olympic Soccer Team: 5 Areas to Improve Against Uruguay

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Great Britain Olympic Soccer Team: 5 Areas to Improve Against Uruguay
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It was yet another unconvincing display by Stuart Pearce’s men as they struggled past the UAE, yet they find themselves in a surprisingly strong position in Group A.

With Uruguay inexplicably falling to Senegal, GB now only need a draw in their final game to guarantee qualification to the knockout stages.

They owe thanks to two much needed substitutions that refreshed a side who had run out of ideas.

There were more positives to come out of the game, especially with fancied Spain already out of the competition and Uruguay now on the brink of following them home—however, if GB are to challenge for the gold, they must improve in plenty of areas both on and off the pitch.

Here are five of them.

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