We have a great platform for England Fans to watch and follow the game online on football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our forums.
(PRWEB UK) 10 October 2013
Digital Sports Group today announced that they will be extending their coverage of England’s two critical World Cup Qualifier matches against Montenegro and Poland. England have never beaten Montenegro and failure to win at Wembley will likely leave the chances of automatic passage to Rio out of their hands.
Much has been said about the qualities of this latest squad and the England manager as we approach this final round of qualification but failure to qualify is simply unthinkable. Looking at the squad selected there is certainly some exciting potential and flair and we are certainly within our rights to expect a good couple of matches at Wembley in front of the home crowd. Whatever happens England have to make history and beat Montenegro, a team built from a population of just 600,000 people.
DSG are looking to build on the wave of interest as World Cup qualification reaches its exciting conclusion and the World Cup at Rio will start to take shape.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say: “We obviously want England to do well as not having a home nation team to cheer on would be awful. I believe England have it within them to qualify and that point they have over the next team could prove crucial. England v Montenegro at Wembley will be a great event but it’s the game against Poland that concerns me more as an England fan. We are going to be following the match closely with live scores, previews, opinion, video highlights, stats and interviews.”
Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that Football.co.uk will be the perfect venue for England v Montenegro and England v Poland. “We have a great platform for England Fans to watch and follow the game online in football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our forums.”
Digital Sports Group are the official partners of the PFA and publish sites such as football.co.uk, sport.co.uk and the Footymad network.