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World Cup gives fans the football fix during the Off-Season.

Wednesday May 23, 2018

 With the new managerial structure in place, Tamworth fans can now wait for the usual player ins and outs to be announced over the coming weeks.

 The end of the season, however, does not suggest that it’s the end of football for the coming few months until the new season starts. In just over a month, the football extravaganza i.e. the 2018 FIFA World Cup roars into life and this tournament will bring us exhilarating action for the better part of June and July. Tamworth fans can still get their football fix by following every game of the 64 matches that are going to be played at the World Cup. You also have the chance of enriching yourself by participating in world cup 2018 betting.



 England prospects

 The days where the England national team used to widen its base when searching for talent is all but over meaning that you won’t find any Tamworth or even any player from the Non League featuring in the World Cup. However, this does not stop you from supporting your country. If you can travel to Russia to support the Three Lions, that will be wonderful but if not, make sure that you stay glued to your TV throughout the month of June and the first part of July. 

 Watch the stars in action 

 It’s not every day that one can see the world’s best stars rub shoulders all at once but the World Cup provides this platform. With over 3 billion people expected to watch the World Cup, don’t be left out. In addition to watching top English talent play, you also have the opportunity to watch stars from other countries. The World Cup will feature teams such as the Saudi Arabia, Panama, and Tunisia. Morocco, Australia and others that are not footballing powerhouses, it’s always great to watch unknown talent in play. 


 Catch live the World Cup antics

 English people certainly know that the World Cup provides some antics like no other footballing nation thanks to Diego Maradona’s Hand of God. Since Maradona’s antics in 1986, subsequent World Cups have always produced that kind of bizarre or sad (depending on your take) moments. The 2006 World Cup saw Zinedine Zidane, one of the greatest players to ever play the game bow out in shame after head-butting Marco Materazzi in the World Cup Final. In the 2010 World Cup, France was at it again, however, this time as a team and not as an individual as several members of the French team refused to play and sabotaged the manager by getting themselves beat. We all remember how Luis Suarez suddenly became a vampire biting Georgio Chiellini in the last World Cup.
 Hopefully this year’s Finals will be full of positive moments and memories and who knows, perhaps a strong showing from The Three Lions.

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