England Heads Into World Cup With Little Expectations

England will be heading into the World Cup 2014 with no expectations on them after having struggled in previous tournaments. Further, manager Roy Hodgson decided to take a young team that has been devoid of first-team experience at the top level. As a result, many expect that it would be a good tournament even if England just managed to get into the knockout stages. The former Swansea manager Roberto Martinez, though, thinks that Roy Hodgson’s men can take the World Cup by storm just as Spain did a few years ago.



Everton captain and versatile midfielder Phil Neville has become a coach at the England under 21 level, thus forming the basis and foundation for his future career in management.

The 35-year-old is coming to the end of his career in football as a player.

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