History of the FIFA World Cup Team in Colombia

Colombia is not only home to several awesome tourist destinations; this country likewise nurtured one of the toughest National Football Teams. The Colombia FIFA World Cup Team currently ranks 6th in the Elo World Rankings and 5th in the FIFA World. Colombia marked many unforgettable moments throughout football history. During the 1962 FIFA World Cup, former midfielder Marcos Coll scored an Olympic goal against the USSR team. It can be recalled that said match started with a 4-0 score with Colombia’s pride hanging in the balance, but it made a spectacular come back finishing the match in a 4-4 draw.


Since the mid-80s, the Colombia National Football team maintained its stronghold, fighting all the negative stereotypes that were hurled towards the nation’s reputation. This scenario actually made this particular sport extremely popular, and it has also made the Colombia FIFA national team a symbol of passion, pride, and nationalism for many Colombians throughout the world.

The FIFA World Cup Team in Colombia reached its strongest point during the 90s. This was the time when the team was included among the giants in the football world. In 1993, Colombia FIFA team marked an end to the rivalry between Colombia and Argentina when it dominated its opponent in a 5-0 match. The rivalry between the two nations ended and mutual respect ensued. In a 1995 match against the powerful team from England, Colombia’s goalkeeper Rene Higuita rose to glory and was famed for his eccentric scorpion kick.

colomboa-aguila-girlsAnother Colombian FIFA goal player, Oscar Cordoba was known to be the first and only player in history who was able to maintain a clean and perfect sheet during the 2001 Copa America. Faustino Asprilla and Carlos Valderrama were also included in the list of stars that made the Colombian team shine brighter. During this particular era, the FIFA team qualified for the 1998, 1994 and 1990 World Cup, but they only reached the second round during the 1990 playoffs.

Colombia’s football strategies did not seem to hold between the years 2002 to 2010 because the team suffered more than three World Cup cycles. It would seem that the strength that was shown during the 90s ceased. The team failed to qualify for the World Cup during these years. After the demise of Andres Escobar in 1994, Colombia’s golden years in the World Cup started to fade. This has certainly brought a decade of suffering and disappointment on the part of the entire team.

Colombia-world-cup-jerseyIt’s a good thing that this special “strength” began to burn during the FIFA World Cup in 2014. The Colombian team played with vigor, and the new and talented members brought the team to where it rightfully belongs – the top 10. The golden generation has finally emerged, and for the very first time since 2002, Colombia felt proud and mighty after the sudden display of strength and vigor coming from its FIFA team.

Nearly ten years since the previous golden age of Colombian football, the team is back into the top 5. Colombia finally returned and qualified to join the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

If you want to bet on Colombia to win the World Cup, it’s current odds are 22/1. They’re also the favorite to win Group C.

FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group C Winner 

Team Odds
Colombia -150
Ivory Coast +400
Japan +450
Greece +900
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Argentina’s FIFA squad

Argentina-world-cup-betsManaged by the Argentine Football Association, the national football team of Argentina is coached by Alejandro Sabella. The team is also known as the Albicelestes, and has previously appeared in four World Cup finals before, making them one of the most successful teams in the football fraternity. The team’s home stadium is Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti and currently ranks at number three in the FIFA rankings.

With an impressive record in previous FIFA World Cup tournaments, Argentina is definitely bound to be one of the favourites for the winner’s spot in the FIFA 2014 in Brazil. The location of the tournament works out to their advantage too, as it’s almost as if it’s a home tournament for them. More importantly, the team is full of fresh as well as seasoned talent which gives it a good advantage in

The qualifications
argentina-players-2014The Argentine team has worked hard to qualify for FIFA 2014. During their qualification journey campaign, the team scored a 4-1 win against Chile, post which they drew against Venezuela for a 1-1 on the scoreboard. Following numerous doubts about their performance, the team got back on to their feet for a 2-1 win against Colombia, which marked the beginning of a 14 match unbeaten track record through the rest of the qualification matches. They finished as the highest point winners on the South American points table, which gave fans all around the world a lot to celebrate about, as well as to look forward to.

Previous stints in FIFA
Their impressive track record in the previous FIFA tournaments cannot be spoken about enough. As one of the most consistent players, the national team of Argentina have contested four World Cup finals in all. The first one was way back in 1930, during the inaugural tournament at Uruguay, where the team lost 4-2 to their hosts.

The Argentine team has won two FIFA World Cup tournaments, one at home in 1978 and one in Mexico in the year 1986, courtesy impressive performances from veteran players like Kempes and Maradona, who have gone on to inspire hoards of other players to take up the mantle. Their latest World Cup final was in 1990 at Italy, where their victory was countered by the Andreas Brehme penalty. Following this, the team hasn’t made it to any other tournament finals.

Leading the Argentine team this world cup tournament is Lionel Messi, four-time winner of the Ballon d’Ors, undisputedly holding the position of Argentina’s most crucial asset.  Looking to win his country the same honour that he’s afforded Barcelona previously, a fit Messi is instrumental to the Argentine team’s victory. Therefore, a fit Messi is what the team and its fans pray for. If his string of injury woes, which have kept him sidelined for a while, get the better of him, Argentina’s performance will take a serious blow. However, a healthy Messi flanked by Aguero and Higuan amongst others, will formulate a balanced team that gives opponents a run for their money.

The Odds
The odds on Argentina are 9/2. The only team with lower odds are the host country Brazil. They’re the clear favorite to win group F, and why wouldn’t you bet on this? It’s looks like free money. I can’t see them losing to anyone in the group. Bosnia is their toughest competition, and they aren’t much of the treat to one of the strongest teams in the world. Nigeria shouldn’t be much of a challenge either. Argentina’s 2nd string should be able to beat Iran.

FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group F Winner 

Team Odds
Argentina -400
Bosnia-Herzegovina +600
Nigeria +800
Iran +3300


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Russian Squad’s Pedigree Proven in Qualifying

Russia’s FIFA World Cup team came through the qualifying rounds as winners in Group F, beating out perennial underachievers Portugal. The Russian’s did very well under the authoritative rule of Coach Fabio Capello, letting in just 5 goals in the qualifying campaign.This is a coach with much to prove after a stint as England manager that ended in disappointment in the 2010 World Cup.

russian-fans-world-cupCapello’s approach is perhaps better suited to his new squad, full of players that are talented, but lesser known on the world’s footballing stage. Aside from 22 year-old Denis Cheryshev who plays in Spain at Seville, on loan from Real Madrid, the entire team plays their football in Russia. The Russian Premier League is a very competitive league, with several powerhouse clubs that do well in European football, but as a domestic league there is far less interest than there is in the English, Spanish and German leagues.

Capello’s relationship with some of the more elite English players was famously turbulent, the Italian viewing many of that squad as prima donnas.It is this sense of remaining under the radar, coupled with Capello’s proven talent as a manager, at least at club level, that has caused some to view the Russian’s as one of the possible surprises yet to emerge from the tournament this summer.

russia-world-cup-oddsOn paper they look set to make it out of the preliminary round having been placed in one of the “easier” groups, if such a thing exists. Group H consists of seeded team Belgium, Algeria and South Korea. Most odds have Russia placing second behind Belgium, and making it into the anything goes round of 16.On the field, the Russian’s are led by Igor Denisov, a talented and gritty midfielder who has played for the big clubs in Russia, Zenit St. Petersburg, Anzhi Makhachkala and Dynamo Moscow. Denisov impressed as a member of the of the 2012 Euro Cup team, and is the personification of Capello’s philosophy. Denisov is a determined personality that expects only the best from himself, and team mates. He was appointed Captain after Andrei Arshavin was stripped of the title following the exit of the Russians from the Euro tournament. Arshavin may feature yet for the Russians in the World Cup, having dazzled at 2010 tournament, but the captaincy will most likely remain with Denisov.

Upfront, Russia’s firepower comes in the form of Aleksander Kerzhakov, who recently broke the Russian domestic goal record with 208 career goals. Kerzhakov is in the type of goalscoring form every manager wants when entering a tournament. At 31 years of age, he brings maturity to his game, which can translate to composure in front of goal.Capello has led teams in the past that have seemed dragged down by the weight of great hyp. Perhaps this squad, unfettered by inflated egos and expectations can deliver for the Italian on the world stage.

russian-armyRussia’s World Cup odds currently sit at 66-1, and considering everything going on with the Ukraine right now, I wouldn’t be surprised to see their odds increase. If a full brown war broke out between these to two countries, I doubt their fans would be that focused on the World Cup, and with less bets coming in, their odds would be sure to rise. So I guess if you like this team to win it all, I would suggest waiting to bet for now away.

And although I doubt it would happen, it looks like the Ukraine has asked FIFA to expel Russia from the World Cup. FIFA tends to avoid politics at all costs, so I wouldn’t bet on this happening… but in the world of soccer, you never know.

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Mexico’s FIFA World Cup Team

I don’t know about you but when I think of Futbol (Soccer in the U.S.) I think of Mexico and what is possibly one of the most dedicated, diehard teams that the world has ever seen.

mexico-world-cup-betsWe all know that the franchise has seen some dark times, especially in its early years when Mexico was disqualified from FIFA 1990 World Cup for using players beyond that of the age limit allowed by FIFA. Mexico of course bounced back after some controversy and was able to return to the World Cup on several occasions since then.

One of those occasions was in the year of 1993 when Mexico Faced Argentina, and although the Latino country didn’t win the tournament they were still able to take second against the top dogs in the Copa America.

world-cup-soccer-betsMuch of this success can be attributed to the hiring of coach Cesar Louis Menotti, who due to his vast experience and dedication was able to help Mexicos FIFA team find much international success and become top contenders for several World Cups to come.
Mexicos FIFA World Cup Team in the 21st Century

After facing an extremely difficult qualifying campaign for the World Cup in 2002, Mexico finally was able to reach the finals and found themselves placed in group G with other Powerful Franchises such as Italy, Croatia, and Ecuador. During this tournament Mexico started with a 1-0 win over Croatia. During the following match Mexico Took Ecuador in a 2-1 win. And in the second round Mexico played their continental rivals the United States but unfortunately losing 2-0 in a somewhat controversial game where the Mexican Captain was kicked off the field for a vicious foul against another United States Player.

mexico-world-cup-girlsMexico became one of eight seeded teams in the first round at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany. This was only the second time that a team was seeded who was a not a hosting CONCACAF nation. Mexico was place in D Group and took the first win against Iran 3-1. The second round ended in a 0-0 draw and against Angola and the Mexican FIFA World Cup Soccer Team ended up in round 16 alongside Portugal despite taking a loss against them of 2-1.

All in all the Mexican Franchise has seen its ups and downs in the ways of success. But the Mexico FIFA World Cup team has proven again and again that it is a top contender to the Cup and can and will hold its own as a International Sports team.

Mexico is currently 100/1 to win the World Cup. They have long odds, so if you like them, I would bet on them before the tournament starts. Once they start winning, their odds will only drop.

At these odds if you bet $100 on Mexico, and they win, you’ll win $10,000. Not too shabby. Good Luck!

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Because Luck is a Skill in Itself

Most would say that luck in itself is a skill, and this is in effect from the very beginning. In every international tournament, the very first thing that sport managers do is draw lots in order to determine which group you are going to be under. If unlucky, you will be grouped among very strong opponents. Such is the case for the Netherland’s representative for the FIFA World Cup which is going to be held in four month’s time at Brazil.

world-cup-bets-hollandAccording to certain reports, Netherlands was able to draw itself into a group that includes Spain, Chile, and Australia. These three countries re-surface some deep and painful memories for Netherlands. In their hands, the powerful Netherland representative has suffered losses that extend for years. However, among the three, Spain may be the one that caused so much pain for Netherlands.

In the last FIFA World Cup, which was four years ago, it was Netherlands and Spain which fought in the finals and it was the latter that took the championship home. It is truly painful if this happened to anyone – to be so close yet fall short. In fact, this kind of situation is more painful than any situation. In addition, the country of Spain is at the top of the football world in terms of ranking. That itself is proof of their strength.

Netherlands-FIFA-World-Cup-oddsOn the other hand, the coach of Netherland is still positive. In spite of Spain being the defending champions of this most prestigious football tournament, Louis Van Gaal mentioned the country’s only triumph over the champions that happened during his first tenure as Netherland’s coach.

“If we beat them before, what could be stopping us from beating them again,” says Louis Van Gaal.

Australia on the other hand might pose a bigger problem. In all the moments that they have faced this country’s national team, Netherlands has never beaten them, even once. Such a deep history is one that should be forgotten, but being beaten time and time again does not help. It leaves scars, in spite being so minimal. It still causes an attack on the country’s psyche.

fifa-world-cup-betsOf course, this does not mean that Netherlands should be discouraged. Instead, they learn from their mistakes in the past and take measures that may improve their chances of winning.

Netherlands never had any deep or strong history with Chile, but based on what they saw in games that involved the country, Chile is a formidable opponent as well. In one of their games, they were able to beat the opposing country with a score of 3-0. In football, this kind of score is enough to prove that your team is definitely strong and one to be looked out for.

As you can see, Netherlands may have the worst luck overall, but the other three countries under the same group may also be thinking of the same problems. So, at this moment, it is best to look at it in a positive light. All four are in equal footing since all four are strong in their own right.

FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group B Winner 

Team Odds
Spain -138
Holland +225
Chile +450
Australia +3300
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Can Brazil Win The World Cup On Home Soil?

Brazil-World-Cup-OddsOne of the biggest questions about the Brazil World Cup (besides how early will England be knocked out) is can Brazil win the World Cup at home?

Brazil, which has produced some of the world’s greatest all-time soccer players, is the favorite to win the 2014 World Cup with only Germany, Argentina and Spain as a threat to spoiling their chances. Their odds are 3/1 and the next closest in Argentina at 9/2.

Some people feel Spain will take gold at the World Cup but let’s be honest, if we look at the team Brazil have, if we look at their history and if we look at the manager they have and not to mention they are playing on home ground, Brazil have all the advantages to make the other teams wonder what is the point in turning up.

Luiz-Felipe-Scolari-World-Cup-BrazilOne of the biggest strengths Brazil has is their manager Luiz Felipe Scolari, a manager who knows how to win and a manager who does not like to lose. He has one of the best track records when it comes to international football and this strength will set him apart from other international managers including Spain.

Brazil will fancy their chances more by playing on home soil, playing in front of their fans but playing at home does not necessarily mean they can win it. If we look at the history of the World Cup only six World Cup teams have won on home soil, the most recent being France in 1998. The difference this time around is the conditions the other national teams are expected to play in, Brazil are used to it while the other teams are not.

brazil-sexy-world-cupIf we look at the Brazil team then we will see a team full of quality, a team that has so many individual talents the other teams in the competition should be scared of. Scolari has so much talent to choose

If we look at the other teams around the world, the only real serious threat is Spain, although many believe Germany and Argentina are also a threat who could actually shake up the World Cup and make it into an exciting competition instead of a one horse race.

There would be nothing that would make Brazil prouder than winning the World Cup on their home soil and it does seriously look like this is going to happen.

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Italy Going to the 2014 FIFA World Cup

Italy has surprised football fans with their performance in the qualifying stages for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The team is known for having sub-par results during the first stages of the tournament before they go all out at final tournaments. But this time, they took control of Europe’s Group B with an unbeaten record.

2014-World-Cup-Italy-GirlsResponsible for Italy’s success is team coach Cesare Prandelli. It is his decision to make “catenaccio” a thing of the past and opt for a more attacking style of football. Since he became the coach, Italy has qualified for the UEFA EURO 2012 and a ticket to the finals of the FIFA World Cup.

Italy has a rich FIFA World Cup finals history. The squad has won four times in the tournament and two second place finishes. It places second on the all-time FIFA World Cup honors board with Brazil on top. Italy and Brazil are also the only teams to win the tournament two times in a row. Fans of the sport regard their 4-3 win over West Germany during the semifinals of the 1970 World Cup in Mexico as one of the best matches in the history of the competition.

italy win world cupTaking the role of captain for the Italian FIFA World Cup team is goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon. He is the only survivor of the 2006 winning squad along with Andrea Pirlo. Joining them are young players such as midfielder Marco Verratti and central defender Andrea Ranocchia. Giuseppe Rossi returns to the squad and Stephen El Shaarawy has become reliable as a striker. Another player to watch for in the squad is DomenicoBerardi, who scored four goals for Sassuolo against AC Milan.

The partnership of Pablo Osvaldo and Mario Balotelli also play a vital part in the success of the team. Super Mario can gain more fans across the globe if he can avoid getting red cards and limit his emotional outbursts. It will help Italy’s World Cup hopes if he focuses on scoring more goals for the team.

In the first stage of FIFA World Cup, Italy belongs in Group D with Uruguay, Costa Rica, and England. Uruguay is the seeded team while Italy is the favorite to top the group. England needs a lot of luck to survive the stage. Costa Rica can come up with an upset, but they need to do a lot more in order to qualify to the next round.

Italy FIFA World Cup team can bring back the trophy to the country. The squad’s conditioning will be tested as they play in the humid and hot venue in Brazil. Four years ago the squad failed to get out of the group stage. This year the team has the right players to win it all.

The current odds on Italy to win the World Cup are 22/1. That means Las Vegas thinks they have a pretty good chance. They’re also favored to win Group D.

Country Odds
Italy +150
Uruguay +180
England +225
Costa Rica +5000
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Frank Ribery Says France is Going Out To Win The World Cup

france_world_cup_bets15 years ago when you mentioned the name France in the terms of football, most opposing fans would start shaking at their knees, hoping their national team would not have to play them, but since Zinedine Zidane hung up his football boots, the French national team has sadly gone down hill like a roller coaster and is no longer seen as a serious threat. The French national team have become the under performers of the major tournaments which 15 years ago that would have been unimaginal.

With the French team being less of a threat nowadays, when it comes to betting, more people are putting their money on France to win with bookmakers giving great odds. Fans of the French national team still believe there is hope, they believe that France can become great again at the Brazil world cup and it seems Franck Ribery is the driving force behind that hope.

Franck_Ribéry_World_CupFranck Ribery believes his team have a real chance, he believes there could be a huge shock at the Brazil World Cup and that shock is France turning back history and winning the World Cup, making many betting fans very rich.

The legend wants to show the younger generation of players at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil that France can once again take center stage, he wants to show the kids of the future that France are the team to be afraid of. Will he do it, many football experts believe he will and believe he has the experience and skill to put energy back into the French National Team and bring them out fighting.

One team that is still afraid of France is England, the UK national team are not scared of many teams but when it comes to France and Germany, the England Players go out there knowing they have to play for their lives to battle through but when it comes to other teams in the World Cup, France has a lot of work to do to put the frighteners on them.

france_girl_world_cupSome bookmakers have already put it to bed that France will not win the World Cup while other bookmakers are being a bit cautious with their odds, but no matter what the opposing teams think and what the bookmakers thinks, one man believes this year is the year that France as a nation can celebrate, and that person is the legend, Frank Ribery.

The current odds on France to win the World Cup are 20/1. If you like them to take the title, we suggest that you bet them before the tournament starts. Once the French start winning, their odds are going to shrink, and you will not be able to bet them at this price again.

France is in Group E, and they are expected to win their group. If you want to bet on this group, the odds are below. Good luck!

FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group E Winner

County Odds
France -125
Switzerland +250
Ecuador +350
Honduras +3300
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FIFA World Cup 2014 – Team England

Finally, it’s around that time wherein the adrenalin rush in every soccer lover rises. There is that tinge of excitement in the air in which zillions of football lovers all across the world would be standing face to face with hopes, dreams, tears, joy and prayers. Yes, its time for the FIFA World. It is time for noise to soar in the stadiums with enthusiasts cheering and hooting for their teams.

english-girls_world-cupSo what would Team England look like? What are their strategies? Would the English team create history? Well, while we wait a little longer to get the answers to the questions, lets take a sneak-peak into what’s happening

The English Manager- Mr.Roy Hodgson would try every trick in his kitty in the next five months or so to plan and strategize the English Team’s 2014 World Cup Outing. 2nd June is when the 23 men squad will be announced for the mega event. Hodgson will be naming his provisional 30 men squad on 13th May. He is carefully scanning through every player that he could possibly include in his team and hence, he along with coaches Ray Lewington & Gary Neville is missing no matches in the Premier League.

Here is England’s predicted team for the World Cup; Joe Hart (Goalkeeper), Glen Johnson (Full Back), Kyle Walker (Full Back), Leighton Baines (Full Back), Ashley Cole (Full Back), Phil Jagielka (Centre Back), Gary Cahill (Centre Back), Steven Gerrard (Midfield), Jack Wilshere (Midfield), James Milner (Wide), Wayne Rooney (Striker), Daniel Sturridge (Striker), Danny Welbeck (Striker), Frank Lampard (Midfielder) according to publications.

bet-england-world-cupThe team would be banking heavily on experienced campaigners Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerard and Frank Lampard. Joe Hart has to join the party as well in securing the posts and give their best shot when it counts the most. Phil Jones’ versatility of being able to play in multiple positions would surely be used well by the Manager.

England has to play in a very competitive group, which also spots mega teams like Italy, Uruguay, Costa Rica. The Englishmen might also counter challenges in adjusting to the weather conditions of the Amazon forest, which is very different from the English weather conditions. Overall, though some pundits predict the English team might find it difficult to get to the second level of the tournament, as there would be steep resistance, we can still expect some adrenalin rush in their games.

The odds on England are 12/1 to win the 2016 Euro Cup. We currently don’t have updated World Cup odds, but if you want to bet on England to win the World Cup, you’ll have plenty of chances to do so over the next couple of months. Cheers!

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Australia’s FIFA World Cup team – The Socceroos

In 2014 FIFA World Cup is up for grabs and hosted by Brazil, the most successful country in football. The good thing is that Australia’s FIFA World Cup team managed to qualify for Australia-Fans-Socceroosthe tournament. The sure way of getting there was to be the first in qualification Asian group B, playing with Japan, Iraq, Jordan and Oman. For 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament in South Africa qualifications all went according to plan, but this time around Australia’s soccer team had a hard time beating Japan, which was the winner of Asian group B. In the first two matches, a slim win against Thailand and a loss against Oman, signals there might be problems. Then the draw against both Oman and Japan happened before Australia’s FIFA World Cup team losing to Jordan. Nevertheless, Australians lined up their troops and got on top of things, with Josh Kennedy scoring against Iraq for tickets to Brazil as a runner-up in Asian group B. Also changes in management were subsequently made, starting with dismissing coach Holder Osieck in October 2013 with Brisbane Roar, his predecessor. Holder’s time was upon him after a series of six losses against Brazil and France among others.

Tim Cahill with New York  teammates

Tim Cahill with New York teammates

When talking about Australia’s team one name comes up again and again. If Portugal has Cristiano Rolando and if Argentina has Lionel Messi, Australia has Tim Cahill who is in the best shape of his life. Despite being of modest height, he has amiable heading strike ability every goalkeeper fear about. What he lack in height, he makes up by positioning himself perfectly whenever there’s a free strike or a corner ball coming his way. His stunning goal ratio is remarkable for a midfield player. Another name is the long time captain of Australian soccer team Lucas Neill who will again hold his team together in Brazil. Being a central defender, his goal will be that no matter what Australia’s net remains untouched. He is the leader you would like to have in the break keeping your motivation up. Despite being a midfielder, Brett Hotman displayed a versatility never before seen in Austalia’s FIFA World Cup team. In South Africa he scored two times and got to become known for his famous short passing game, the likes of which Barcelona’s team is currently playing. With former starts like Johnny Warren, Mark Viduka and Scott Chipperfield Australia has shown that it has, even in the past, some world renown players to count on for victories.

Australia first qualified for World Cup in 1974 and went home without a goal scored. They have come long way from those times. The Socceroos have proven themselves in Germany 2006 where the qualified for Round of 16. Their brilliance on that World Cup was met by future champions – Italy, which has serious problems defeating the Aussies and secured only a narrow win. In South Afrika 2010 they had a troublesome experience, getting beaten 4-0 and going home early. However, this time around they have come a long way from 2010, with an upgraded team and Ange Postecoglous as the head coach. It’s time they show the world what Australian soccer is really about.


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