Why England Are Realistic Contenders to Win World Cup 2014

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Why England Are Realistic Contenders to Win World Cup 2014
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With the 2014 World Cup finals just 15 months away and a round of hugely important qualifiers set to take place over the next 10 days, we at Bleacher Report are shifting our focus back towards the international game to analyse which nations could be considered genuine challengers for next summer’s global event.

And here we are examining the credentials of Roy Hodgson’s England, a country that have only ever been crowned world champions the one occasion, on home soil in 1966, but who, if they manage to make it safely out of a tricky looking Group H, will travel to Brazil with a quiet confidence that they can become the first-ever team from Europe to win the competition in South America for the following reasons…

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