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Music, Instruments and The World Cup: Brazils Answer to The Vuvuzela

thumbnailIf there’s one thing that people will remember from the 2010 FIFA World Cup (besides the crushing disappointment that was England Vs. Germany), it’ll be the Vuvuzela. Despite having annoyed millions of football fans around the world with their constant hum, the vuvuzela has lived on as a symbol of the South African World Cup and will probably be associated with football for a long time to come. [More]

World Cup Wildcards - 5 English Players Making A Late Dash For The Plane

thumbnailFollowing a turbulent Premier League campaign, Roy Hodgson’s 23-man England squad is looking different by the week. Some pundits are suggesting that he will play it safe and select the ‘old favourites’, while others are hinting that he could take the plunge and include some of the younger players who have taken the top flight by storm. In this article, we’ll take a look at five of the younger options that are being touted as potential wildcards.


The World Cup History of the 3 Lions

thumbnailThe ‘Three Lions’ are synonymous with England and the England National Football Team, having first appeared on the Royal Arms of England during the reign of Richard the LionHeart. The three lions have successfully survived the test of time, and along with the George's Cross, now represent England in sporting events all over the world. [More]