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As some of you will already be aware, the chairman of the Football Association, Greg Dyke, has targeted the 2022 World Cup as his aim for English football, even if that means spending nothing on grassroots football in the intervening years and there are no English footballers by that time apart from one who remains in London Zoo, idly kicking a football around a pen on his own while he waits to die. We here at 200% share Greg’s optimism, so our resident cartoonist has been looking into his crystal ball to establish how England will definitely win the World Cup in nine year’s time. Because, as everybody knows, you can’t win a competition like this without targeting it years in advance. And then not doing anything apart from targeting it.
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