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For England.. and Brazil, this is as depressing an encounter as one could imagine. Out of Brazil 2014 with only two games played, manager Roy Hodgson will consider this tournament an unmitigated disaster.

Luckily we have a shed load of amazing football to watch until one team dominates the tournament and claims the 2014 World Cup trophy! Ronaldo, Muller, Robben, Van Persie and Neymar are all slugging it out for this years Golden Boot. At least now we can cheer on Argentina without feeling guilty!

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Michael Owen has backed Gary Neville to take the England job when Roy Hodgson's contract expires in 2016.
England's poor FIFA World Cup campaign has sparked an inquest into the state of the national team and Hodgson has come in for some fierce criticism after their early exit in Brazil.

Owen, who scored 40 goals in 89 appearances for his country, believes that the answer could lie within the existing coaching set-up.

Former Manchester United full-back Neville, who boasts 85 England caps, is Hodgson's right-hand man and Owen is confident that the 39-year-old could make the step up to the top job.
"If the Football Association is planning beyond the end of Roy Hodgson's current contract in 2016, they should look no further than the man sitting alongside him as the next England manager. Gary Neville," Owen wrote in The Telegraph.

"Neville can spend the next two years being readied for the senior role and see the job through with the current crop.

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