TV the key to Sweden's long love affair with English football

TV the key to Sweden's long love affair with English football

"Rumour?" he is asked, with genuine interest.

If anybody's going to accurately gauge whether football is coming home or not, it's got to be Baddiel and Skinner themselves.

Moreton Hall residents Mark and Donna Crake, and their two children, George, 13, and Sam, 11, have decorated their garden with flags and a World Cup bear and say the estate is brimming with World Cup fever.

"It's coming home / It's coming home / football's coming home", runs the chorus that has become the universal England fan refrain. "Aye. It's coming home", will come the unvarying response. First and foremost, it is a claim to the invention of modern football. The inventors of the handsome game have not performed well in recent tournaments though.

"This is optimism and it's lovely to be an England football fan at a time like this. because it's rare!" When England's football team is playing, Brits are spending more on food, drinks and electronic goods. There is a belief that they could even win the competition.

The song was recorded to celebrate the return of a major tournament to the lovely game's spiritual home, England.

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As your own national team starts to do well in the World Cup, it is very easy to get carried away with the feeling that "it's coming home" and hard to assess their chances in an objective manner.

When FIFA was formed in 1904, the English again kept their distance, erratically joining and leaving at will.

Southgate had the guts where many predecessors of his have failed by picking a squad of players, which were not on the flight to Russian Federation on their past glories and reputations or the clubs which they played, but those who blended into the vision and the system, which he had in his mind.

They were also resistant to FIFA's perceived ambition to use football to improve worldwide relations. "I do think [Harry] Kane can bring them to the final, because neither Russian Federation or Croatia are unbeatable teams for them". With the South American team in the opposite side of the draw, history could be repeated.

England's first World Cup quarter-final appearance came 64 years ago against a Uruguay team that had won the previous tournament and had just beaten Scotland 7-0. Some English journalists misreported the result, not believing the terrible news coming over the wires.

Stuart Pearce and Chris Waddle missed the two decisive penalties which led to England's demise and left mercurial star Paul Gascoigne blubbing, an image that would become synonymous with English failure at the World Cup.

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