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Can England overcome 50 years of World Cup disappointment in Russia?

France 24 Monday, 18 June 2018
More than half a century after winning the World Cup for the first – and last – time in 1966, England face Tunisia in their June 18 opening with a promising, youthful team. Can they overcome decades of disappointment to make inroads in Russia?
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