By The Soccer Prophet | Saturday 31 May 2014
We are less than two weeks away from the start of the World Cup in Brazil. After the last incredibly dull tournament in South Africa, I hope this year’s competition will be a cracker. There is so much negativity surrounding the event with nationwide protests, incompetent organisation and much public criticism that expectations are so low it will be hard to confound them. Contrast this to the pre-tournament optimism last time, towards Africa’s first time to host football’s elite, and I think you get my point.
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