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Fergie`s Tips for The World Cup!

Fergie`s Tips for The World Cup!

With the tournament now only 19 days away, interest levels are set to soar.

But who does Sir Alex think will emerge with all the glory?

Although he gives a few indications, he doesn`t offer one firm tip, seemingly sitting on the fence, see what you think,

"England, with Fabio Capello, will be thereabouts. But, from there to winning the World Cup, I don`t think so."

Spain and Brazil remain the great favourites. I see Serbia pulling something off and I am counting, too, on the Portugal of my friend Carlos Queiroz with Ronaldo who, in my eyes, remains the best player in the world. And Italy, as usual, will be around."


But what about the Vital Manchester United readership - who do they see winning the World Cup this summer?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday May 23 2010
Time: 11:34AM

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Spain to win. Final four of England, Brazil, Spain and Serbia
tuscan3000
23/05/2010 13:47:00
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I totally agree with Tuscan,I was going to say the same thing but it will be interesting to see how their injured players have recovered.I will keep my eyes on Mexico to see how Chicharito does.
Antriksh (abmtd)
23/05/2010 16:27:00
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Don't discount Germany,even without Ballack they can do a good job,they normally do well in the big tournaments.German efficiency can get them through plus there is also some freshness in the squad.So they might surprise a few.
Antriksh (abmtd)
23/05/2010 16:32:00
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Germanys problem is strikers I think. Gomez doesnt seem to have recovered since he flopped at the last major tournament and Klose and Podolski have had shocking season (5 goals in 52 games between them!). They are a young team and without ballack, might lack that quality leadership. I think they'll qualify 2nd in their group and then get knocked out by England in the last 16 (as long as it doesnt go to penalties).
tuscan3000
23/05/2010 17:05:00
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could this be the year an African nation comes to the fore?
Red Boy
23/05/2010 17:41:00
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Spain, Brazil, England, France and Argentina, I think have a chance. Spain is the team that stands out. The African teams tend to be hit or miss!
elvido
24/05/2010 06:52:00
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