It’s clear that England have grown as a team over this World Cup qualifying campaign with the last two games showing real promise.
(PRWEB UK) 16 October 2013
England can look forward to a summer excursion to Brazil in the summer of 2014 as they add their name to the guest list of the FIFA World Cup Finals with victory over Poland. DSG have been following the action on their massive fan sites football.co.uk.
There can be no question now of England’s inclusion in the elite football tournament in the world and although due to their ranking slip they will not be one of the top seeds, they have qualified unbeaten and top of their group. DSG have been providing full coverage of England’s journey through the World Cup qualifying campaign with features, huge forum discussions, votes, video highlights, live commentary across the social networks and interviews. DSG say they have seen the England following change over the course of the campaign.
Head of Operations at DSG, Matthew Tait had this to say, “It’s clear that England have grown as a team over this World Cup qualifying campaign with the last two games showing real promise with a great team performance as well as some exceptional individual displays such as Andros Townsend, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Leighton Baines. We can now look forward to supporting England at the World Cup in Brazil. We have noticed that the mood of the fan has become increasingly positive, not that the fans expect us to win the World Cup but simply because the brand of attacking football seen in the last two games and the understanding the team seems to have developed is exciting to watch!”
Simon Boynton, Managing Director of DSG believes that Football.co.uk will be the perfect venue for England at the World Cup Finals in Brazil. “We have a great platform for England Fans to watch and follow the World Cup online in football.co.uk and would love people to get involved and discuss the games on our football forums.”
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