Can England overcome 50 years of World Cup disappointment in Russia?
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?
World Cup 2018 is underway and many of the world's questions about Russia's ability to host have already been answered. Political drama aside, people from around the world have brought their incredible spirit and energy to the host country. "From Russia With Love" kicks off in Moscow around the...
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