As an avid soccer fan, I have to confess to being overly excited about the forthcoming soccer World Cup in Brazil, which kicks off in June. We will once again be put through the stresses and strains of 90 minutes shouting at the television, and hoping desperately that the 11 men on the pitch can emulate the team of 1966 — the last (and only) time England lifted the trophy. So, with the eyes of the world watching, Brazil will be awash with visitors who have made the trip to be ...
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