First half analysis and England is almost out

Talented manager Fabio Capello could spell shame on himself if England were to be dumped out of the World Cup of Football in South Africa. I hope scratching his head like that will give him some exceptional ideas during the second half of the game (Germany vs England).

Capello’s salary (8.800.000€) alone which toped four of the best team in the tournament have to find the right combination during the second half to help England beat Germany. So far my pronostic stating that Germany will beat England is still verified and Thomas Muller, Podolski and Klose put their technics together to put two goals past England in the 20th and 32 minutes. Maybe Fabio Capello (picture above) is still thinking about that pretty girl that danced on him and can’t focus on football.

The Three Lions managed to come back with a goal from Matthew Upson the West Ham player from a cross supplied by Steven Gerrard the Liverpool midfielder and maybe futur Real Madrid FC with Jose Mourhino (picture above) hoping to snatch him from his parent club. England put a second goal thanks to Franck Lampard in the space of two minutes after the first English goal but the referee did not see the ball past the line. So the Germans were lucky on this occasion.

Many times, video replay have been solicited by the players, the coach and the Fans but FIFA still do not want to consider this request and now England will certainly be left to cry for this MAJECTIC mistake from the referees. Anyway i still think Germany will go through and England will get the return ticket home with the sacking of Fabio Capello. And of course Capello will give them the finger :).

Wish you all the Best England. Your favorite fan.

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