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The 200% World Cup: The Artistic Genius Of David Squires

Some of you will already be aware of a very good friend of this site, the cartoonist David Squires, who was gracious enough to draw a whole series of Mungo for us several years ago as has built himself a formidable reputation off the back of his beautiful and hilarious artwork. Well, David has been very busy over the last few days and has been gracious enough to allow us to show his artwork off to the readers of this website. Below is a gallery of his 2014 World Cup pictures as well as something from his archives which...

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The 200% World Cup: World Cup Breakfast, Day 9 – Switzerland: The 6th Best Team In The World

In the first place, there was a common acceptance in England that defeat at the hands of Uruguay on Thursday night equalled a de facto elimination from the World Cup finals for England, but over the following twelve hours, a new narrative started to be written. Ignoring the evidence of their own eyes from last weekend, some journalists attempted to persuade us that Costa Rica might be terrible after all and that Italy would lay them to waste and put England right back into contention in time for the final found of group matches in Brazil. By seven o’clock...

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The 200% World Cup: Honduras vs Ecuador Live!

It’s up for grabs, now. This evening’s match between France and Switzerland is unlikely to beaten for absolute, utter insanity, but this was a result which did both Honduras and Ecuador a favour. Switzerland dropping points and conceding goals was exactly what those two nations needed. So, can these two teams come anywhere near to matching the madness that France and Switzerland managed? Join Mark Murphy and Terry Duffelen at eleven to find out! You can follow Mark on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Terry on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by...

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The 200% World Cup: Switzerland vs France Live!

Nothing that happens this evening could dislodge Costa Rica from deservedly hogging tomorrow’s headlines for beating Italy a little earlier, but this evening’s match between Switzerland and France promises to be an entertaining one, as well. Both of these two teams won their opening match, so a just about guaranteed place in the next round of the competition is the prize for the winners of this match, and here are tonight’s teams: FRANCE: Lloris (c), Debuchy, Evra, Varane, Sakho, Cabaye, Valbuena, Giroud, Benzema, Matuidi, Sissoko SWITZERLAND: Benaglio, Lichtsteiner, Von Bergen, Inler (c), Seferovic, Xhaka, Behrami, Rodriguez, Mehmedi, Djourou, Shaqiri...

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