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Wenger Tips France, Brazil, England To Win World Cup

Wenger Tips France, Brazil,  England To Win World Cup

By Adeboye Amosu:

Former Arsenal  manager, Arsene Wenger believes one of France, Brazil or England will win the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

France and Brazil have already booked their spot in the quarter-finals after coming out winners in their respective second round games against Argentina and Mexico.

England will look to join the two countries when they face Colombia in their second round clash on Tuesday in Moscow.

“My heart favourite is of course France,” he told beIn Sports .

“I said many times that no country under 40million people has won the World Cup since 1954, since after the Second World War.

“But I ask you, can we get out Belgium who is a smaller country than 40m? I think they have the quality.”

On Gareth Southgate’s side he said: “Nobody speaks about England but they are dangerous.

“Can we have a surprise with Croatia? They have the quality.

“But I would say at the moment England – nobody speaks about England but they are dangerous – Brazil or France.”

When asked to just pick one, the Frenchman said: “If I choose one it is France.”

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  • Immediately after the world cup, DID A will harmer Nigeria, gboooaaaa.

    Meanwhile, Arsene Wenger is still available, let’s go for him, assuming DID A will let us play football again either GIWA saga.


    • Chidi 3 years ago

      It was arsene wenger that recommended GR for AP,beside club football is different from national team meaning it will take wenger time to adjust n mind u he is a stubborn coach n doesn’t listen to anyone unlike GR who listens to d fan

      • Who says GR listens to the fans?
        Did he listen when he continued to play Ighalo despite countless warnings?
        Let’s look inwards for a local coach.
        These foreign coaches would not take us to the Promised Land. At the end of the day, they all have vested interests. We were told openly that GR was being consulted by the German Football Federation. Is there no conflict of interest here? Suppose the SE had faced Germany, is it hard to tell where Rohr’s interest lay?