Monday, 24 May 2010


The cold end can exclusively reveal the results for the forthcoming world cup as an exclusively appointed panel of experts have consulted the form book and come up with the following route to the final at Soccer City, Johannesburg on Sunday 11th July 2010.

When I say Panel of experts it really means four biased English blokes under the influence of a small amount of alcohol in a pub waiting for the PDC Darts final to start yesterday, which unfortunately it didn't as there was a power cut in the Wembley area. We were gutted travelling from the London area but really did feel for the two German lads we met in the queue who had come over especially for the event and fly back today.
So, thanks to the cold end, two spurs fans and a Manchester United/Colchester United loyalist who can drink more beer than anyone else I have ever met ever in the world, we can reveal the World Cup Final 2010 will be a return to 1966 between Germany and England.
Master of Ceremonies John McDonald talks to the disappointed crowd last night.
The final 16 line up we came up with is:
France V South Korea
England V Australia
Germany V USA
Argentina V South Africa
Holland V Paraguay
Brazil V Chilie
Italy V Japan
Spain V Portugal

Wembley stadium looks amazing from the outside, If only they could get the pitch right??

The surprise team being Japan who will defeat Italy before going down to Germany in the Quarter Finals. The shock results we have in the group stages are Italy drawing a blank in a 0-0 draw with Paraguay and The Swiss beating Spain in their opener. Spain will then storm back to win the group.

Moving on to the Quarter Final results:

Holland 2 France 1
Japan o Germany 3
England 2 Argentina 1 *One Spurs fan said we'd lose which was quickly shouted down by the biased majority.
Brazil 2 Spain 2 AET - Spain win on Pens

Semi Finals
Germany 0 Holland 0 AET - Germany win on Pens
England 2 Spain 1 - AET

Germany 2 England 4

The Spurs fan's then took over stating Peter Crouch would be Geoff Hurst and bag a hat-trick with James Milner opening the scoring. Whether or not there will be a Russian Linesman and a controversial goal we couldn't decide on.. offer odds of 25/1 for a Germany V England final. The favourite pairing for the final is Brazil V Spain at 9/1. If you are a optimistic punter you can go for a Algeria V New Zealand final at 10,000/1.

Maybe, Just maybe!!!!

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