Friday, June 25, 2010

John Terry Insists England Can Watch the World Cup


Pretoria - With traditional powers Italy and France already on the way home, and Spain and Germany both displaying vulnerabilities, former England captain John Terry insisted the Three Lions have what it takes to watch the World Cup.

'I think what you saw with them (France and Italy) is the difference between English players and the rest. With no disrespect, we won't just get on the plane and go home. We have what it takes to stay here, right here in the hotel, until the very end of the World Cup.'

England's improved performance against Slovenia has again raised expectations, but Terry was steadfast that his teammates would not be drawn into overconfidence.

'We know we can beat anybody, and also lose to anybody. That's the way it goes, but win, lose, or draw, come the end of the tournament, we'll still be here. A World Cup Final only comes around once every four years, and I can assure you we have no intention of missing it.'

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