The Making of Soccer Greats in 2014!
The UEFA Champions League is one of the most exciting football competitions, but it lacks the massive appeal of the FIFA World Cup. This year’s World Cup is months away, but the hype has already reached fever-pitch levels. Many fans cite the romantic nature of the Football World
Cup as the reason for loving it so much. Whatever the motivation, a global audience agrees: the FIFA World Cup is going to be an experience par excellence. This is especially true for younger players: breaking into the big leagues. The success or failure of individual players within country squads largely depends on their performance at the highest level of soccer competition.
The Football Hall of Fame
Not only can a solid performance in the upcoming World Cup in Brazil guarantee fame & fortune, it also catapults young hopefuls into the football Hall of Fame. Several notable soccer players are already shaping up for the big time. These include South Korea’s Son Heung-Min, Ghana’s Christian Atsu, France’s Paul Pogba, Mexico’s Diego Reyes, Chile’s Angelo Henriquez, Nigeria’s Kenneth Omeruo, Netherlands star Tonny Vilhena, Colombia’s Juan Fernando Quintero, England’s Wilfried Zaha, and Brazil’s Bernard.
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Of course there are scores of other young guns looking to blow away the competition in the 2014
FIFA World Cup and time will certainly tell who is worthy of football immortality.
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