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Live football streaming: San Marino v England in 2014 World Cup Qualifying
Forget about Rio Ferdinand for a minute. If England don’t beat San Marino, Roy Hodgson may have should start looking for a new job.
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England head to one of the worst teams in international football on Friday night in a match which should be a nailed-on three points for the Three Lions.
Much of the pre-match talk in Britain has centred on the Rio Ferdinand farce which now sees the Manchester United defender again out of the squad, however all that guff should evaporate once kick off comes about.
Despite all the foibles around England – the squad is still too old, all the accusations of lameness following their last participations at the World Cup and European Championships, and a general sense that the Three Lions are still way off being a top international side – beating San Marino must be a formality.
Yes, the minnows did once incredibly score after 8.3 seconds against Graham Taylor’s England in a pivotal World Cup qualifier back in 1993, however that unforgettable moment should have no bearing on a Three Lions team which has Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Theo Walcott, Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley in their ranks.
England should win this qualifier. Another else seems too incredible to even fathom.
- Updated: March 20, 2013