Monday, June 9, 2014

England National Football Team arrived and start warm up in Stadium / Fun Flag Wig !

England youngsters Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, left, and Jack Rodwell, right, train with Frank Lampard in Brazil's MaracanĂ£ Stadium.

The Brazil coach, Luiz Felipe Scolari, believes England's young players can help rescue their World Cup dreams. Scolari said England were "struggling" to qualify for the tournament in Brazil next year, but believes the arrival of players such as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Phil Jones in Roy Hodgson's squad could prove crucial.

Speaking ahead of Sunday's friendly at the MaracanĂ£, Scolari said: "England beat us in London, but they are struggling to get to the World Cup, so it is an important game. The English team have good players and, although they have not been winning, they have a renewed team and good technical players. In the past 10 to 15 years, England has improved a lot technically and I think we will see a good game – not long balls.

"This coach has put many young players in his team and maybe now the national team for England is better than before, even if other teams are still ahead: Spain, Germany … maybe even Brazil … "

Scolari has opted for youth in his own selection and admitted he was relieved that his concerns about Neymar's move to Barcelona being a distraction had proved unfounded. "Everything is now decided and he just has to play, and I think it will be very good for him."

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