While Massimo Cellino spends the summer searching for new players and a man to lead them, football fans will have the World Cup as a welcome distraction from the usual frustrations of waiting for news and trying to imagine what our squad will look like on opening day.

England’s campaign gets under way at the Arena Amazonia on the 14th of June, and if you’re as pessimistic about their chances as I am, it’ll end 10 days later at the Estadio Mineirao. All three of the fixtures England are guaranteed to play have been helpfully laid out in the infographic below, created by car hire specialists Hertz, who’ve also included the latter stages just in case the unthinkable should happen and England’s journey goes into extra time (avoiding penalties, hopefully).


4 Responses

  1. yorxman

    And if you see some men passing a ball around on the floor to a team-mate, playing with pace & skill whilst scoring some fantastic goals…well that’s called football!!

  2. Ian

    Where have you been TSS? Your well written and reasoned articles have been sorely missed. We’ve been left with the gloomy and dictatorial Lee Chapman’s Sofa (Clarke one nil) and the ever more sycophantic readership of Life, Leeds United, The Universe and Everything.

    • Irving08

      Here, here ……..still Yorkshire presently have a cracking side.

    • TSS

      I fear I’d be equally gloomy with so much uncertainty surrounding the club. I hate pre-season in general though, all the guesswork and ITK BS bores me, but I have neglected the site more than previous years.


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