Why England Are the Most Frustrating Nation to Support in World Football

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Why England Are the Most Frustrating Nation to Support in World Football
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England face a potentially defining World Cup qualifier in the Three Lions managerial career of Roy Hodgson away in Montenegro on Tuesday night, but for the nation’s long-suffering fans, the 90 minutes in Podgorica will be just another in a long list of agonising evenings spent supporting their country.

As ever since Bobby Moore lifted the Jules Rimet trophy at Wembley Stadium 47 years ago to see England crowned world champions for the first, and so far only, time in their history, following the national team has been a hugely frustrating affair to say the very least for England’s large and exceptionally loyal fan base.

Will it be any different in the Balkans on Tuesday night? Well, we will have to wait to see on that one. However, in the meantime, here’s a look at just what makes the Three Lions such a frustrating team to follow…

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