Will Germany Win The FIFA World Cup 2014?
The World of Football has spotlighted great World champions, such as the German squad to whom effective technique and tactics are quite notorious. They had, consequently, preceded Brazil by winning the 1954 World Cup, as well in 1974-90. Although I am not a Germanologist pundit, I had been a fan of Germany because of they epitomised the game to an unattainable peak in World FIFA rankings.
Aside from being a powerhouse in the game, I had conceived to the point, as many might hypothesise, a World cup without Germany would lack some incentive in view that they are formidable. To this effect, in addition to proceeding through World cup quarter-finals, they present feasible contention to any World class squad, such as Spain, Brazil, England, Netherlands...It is not reticent, in this commentary, to conjecture that they are a likely World squad to watch for in 2014.
To acknowledge this question, one has to envision the now-status of the German squad, which figures a solid second spot in World FIFA rankings. Since the last 2010 World Cup, e.g., the German squad had been sealing numerous victories in International fixtures; Joachim, the coach, in this aspect, appears to apply somewhat good tactics in midfield, as well in attacking midfield.
The hypothetical query can, therefore, be posed: 'Can the German squad win the 2014 World Cup'?
Group G's Grasp
Welcome To All! I figured that most of you had been notably perceptive with regards to Group G. Rightly so, because Germany alongside the USA National team, will clash in this amazing Group of Death. Why Division G is worth instigating is due to 'The Genius' of two coaches: Joachim Low and Jurgen Klinsmann. Who are this duo? In a nutshell, since you might not have much time to probe into this question, allow me to explain. First, Joachim Low is the present German squad's coach who played as an Attacking Midfielder for West Germany over 1990; Joachim Low is clearly a dynamo for the Germany National side. Who will refute this truth?...Germany are seeded in 2nd position at FIFA World Ranking since 2010! Undeniably, German clinched the 1990 World Cup when Joachim took part in the squad! Next off, Jurgen Klinsmann, the USA's National coach, respectively, sported for West Germany in 1990. In other words, both Germany and USA managers know each other by countless ways [culture, languages, etc.]. Moreover, Jurgen Klinsmann performed as a Forward Striker for the West Germany lineup through 1990. While coaches' philosophy may differ, the tactical views may not be too divergent. Just imagine how persuasive is the wisdom of Joachim Low and Jurgen Klinsmann...! In reality, being a fan of football requires some objectivity, and Ghana, Portugal, USA, though quite resolute--will evidently have a fierce encounter with Germany! Remember, category B and G are tough to top. The question to answer will be in this fashion: ...can the German Team be routed? I guess that you will hesitate to say "Yes". The Brazilian squad is lucky not facing off the "G" squads. In conclusion, the understanding of Joachim Low and Jurgen Klinsmann cannot be brushed off! [Written by: Georges Muller J.---February 28, 2014]
To Win On Home Ground Is A World Cup Challenge!
Within a few months, the 2014 World Cup will kick-off with the powerful World soccer squads. For instance, Brazil, as a host nation, will play on home soil, where they are deemed to be favorites to win the World Cup.
Is it easy to win a World Cup on the basis of playing on home ground? The answer is definitively "no". In reference to World Cup history, there have been only six times when World champions won on home ground; in this angle, Uruguay cruised over Brazil by bagging the World Cup in 1950, a World Cup final outing played in Brazil!
So far, Brazil had never won the World Cup playing on home soil. Will or can they, however, triumph over the Cup in 2014?
To respond to this question, one has to hesitate giving a clear answer because of the rarity that it has not happened rampantly in the history of the game, especially at World Cup level.
To win the Confederations on home soil, in effect, is different from the World Cup in that there are more strong squads to defeat in order to get to either a decisive quarterfinal or a semi-final.
In addition, German shined over the World Cup on home ground in 1974, as well France in 1998. While home soil may have the advantage of fans screaming to prod the players, it takes a determined squad with pure skippers to clinch a World Cup. To this reality, the German squad had been the magnificent finalists in the football world, and Germany may stun Brazil on home soil, not over-passing the Netherlands squad who played the 2010 final with Spain!
Other than this argument, there is a sudden relegation in World FIFA Ranking for Germany, which does not nullify the fact that Germany can perform to the level to win the Cup [in the same way Brazil crushed Spain in the Confederations being in 22nd spot]. Apart from this point, can Argentina, who are in 2nd spot ranking, roam to either a tough quarterfinal or a semi-final on Brazil's home ground?
To conclude this argument about winning on home soil, I have to suggest that there will a fierce contention in the World Cup, where one must watch for Netherlands and Germany to shine up to the semi-finals or be crowned the plausible 2014 World Cup winner! [By: Georges M. Jean]---September 13, 2013
The Wild World Cup Nations: Brazil, Germany, Uruguay, Argentina
Let's rhapsodize over what lies ahead playing in Brazil to win the 2014 World Cup. Since there are many factors that will fundamentally happen such as, the preparedness of security, fans going wild, unruly players who are greedy to make a point for their country, I will focus on the teams that I think will be quite hungry to snatch the World Cup in Brazil. In this decisive topic, I will relate my vantage arguments with regard to the Brazilian squad in terms of security, controlling and managing a Brazilian crowd that expects nothing but a win from the Brazilian squad at all price. Aside from that, I will hash to the willingness to deal with either success or defeat. Will Brazil be a team who can accept a taunting rout in their own backyard. This aspect of any World Cup in Brazil must be given this consideration because no team worth its salt would revel in being defeated on home soil, especially at the highest level of the game.
Keep in mind that I enthrall in regard to the most prized World Cup in recent years, a World Cup in a cherished football nation with the legends of the game such as, Ronaldo, O Fenomeno, Pele, and various veterans watching what Brazil will spotlight to win the Cup; not brushing aside the fans who may be enraged by the slightest Brazilian far-cry on the pitch, it will be the World Cup to eye with wide-opened focus! Let's see the scenario of seriousness and expectation for Brazil: security, crowd control, success, failure.
: No soccer fixture is exempted from injuries, fans hollowing to display their contentment or disapproval. Thus, a liberal presence of security ought to be formidable. If the Brazilian fans went wild when Brazil played the World Cup final in Brazil contending with Sweden in 1958, where Pele performed superbly, you can see how the progressive fans will be attached to this Cup on home soil. A World Cup in Brazil, therefore, demands effective security to avoid shortcomings!
This mark of the World Cup in Brazil is virtually what will ensure that the stadium is safe for both fans and foreign participants. A reliable atmosphere, in effect, should be set off in order to secure all the arenas; conversely, one has to envision that no matter how much crowd control is set, there will be casualties. I don't think that there can be an absolute control because some fans will be rough anyway. You just can't eye out all the people in the crowd, can you?
Winning all the matches played by a squad is the essence of a hard ball soccer squad. A World Cup will not be won by mere chances but by an athirst squad. Essentially, Brazil will play with all the soccer weapons to shine over any match, assuring success to win the Cup which they lacked since 2002. Since we are relating to the strong squads, Germany, Uruguay, and Argentina will be thorns for Brazil. Being thrashed by these powerful World squads will be something that Brazil, on home soil, may desire not to face. Depending on which group brazil will be seeded, success may come at a heavy sacrifice. The Group of Death, in fact, will test the Brazilian squad, as this was the case in 2010 facing off Portugal--and consequently the routing by Netherlands.
To the imaginations, no World soccer squad entertains the thought of packing to their country because of failing to advance to either the quarter-finals or the semi-finals, Especially, in this argument, if that happens to Brazil, they will remain in Brazil lamenting this deception. But, we have to be realistic stating that can occur to any greedy squad. The piercing question is that one does not need a psychology degree to see how devastating not winning the World Cup in Brazil will affect the morale of "All Brazilians". Can Brazil finally accept defeat?
Germany, Uruguay, Argentina:
Finally, I know that you may be somehow exhausted reading this important aspect of the prospective World cup concerning which nation is keen on winning the World Cup. Just take a deep breath because I am about to conclude. But, let's figure out Germany who has been quite strong in the game since the last World Cup; Germany, indeed, had drowned numerous squads to top Fifa's ranking; Germany won their last World Cup in 1990, and I believe that they have been progressive in tactics and determination to win the Cup. No one will deny that Germany has been playing better than Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. As such, to occupy a top-seeded second in FIFA is a factor prior to the World Cup. While I think that group stage will be tabbed in any World Cup, Germany will close in on the semi-finals. But, with whom? Paraguay embarrassed Brazil in the Inter-continental Copa America 2011, where Brazil missed four consecutive penalties in a semi-final shoot-out [Uruguay proceeded therein to win the final versus Paraguay]; although Brazil triumphed over the Confederations, clashing against Uruguay in Brazil will likely be tough. Besides this argument, Messi, the eager Argentine, will be making sure that he win games for his country; Argentina, thus, may have to cap powerful center-forwards to hedge what occurred in 2010 [Messi will be unable to win a World Cup alone...]. I think, however, that Uruguay is a more resolute squad than Argentina to compete with Brazil---[according to group stage]. Brazil, Spain, and Germany are the most energetic countries to play for the upcoming World Cup. As well, France, Netherlands, and England are front-runners to put on a good show either in the quarter-finals or semi-finals. To reiterate a point, having been thumped by Brazil in the Confederations, Spain may not be the squad to win a successive World Cup. [By: Georges M. Jean-- October 18, 2013----Passion: Soccer]
FIFA World Cup Group G
The FIFA World Cup presents the following teams: Germany, Ghana, United States, Portugal.
As one of the toughest Group in this tournament, I'll
refer some points to this Group of Death. Germany, virtually, have been in a secure spot through FIFA Ranking since 2010. With consistent players in forward position, Germany will be a vital force in this World Cup. Then, Ghana had thumped the United States in 2010, playing some noted matches. The United States, however, can be dynamic to the point of overcoming this scenario, passing Ghana in this tough Group! It would be unwise to set aside Portugal whom any squad has to fear at this World Cup. Both Germany and Portugal are fit to top Group G in order to go to the 16-round phase. [Written by: Georges Muller--2-20-14]
The World Cup will start on Thursday, June 12, 2014. By now, whether you've read my articles, you should have a founded view of which World squad will lift the World Cup. I've mostly written from an objective angle, spotlighting why I think that Germany, Netherlands, Uruguay, France, and Italy will get past the quarter-finals. I'll, nevertheless, pick Germany and Netherlands to secure a solid semi-finals. In addition, I like the tactics of Belgium, Serbia, France--teams who will be a force through the quarter-finals. Essentially, a World squad cannot climb from 22nd spot in FIFA World Ranking to win a World Cup! And Brazil defeated Spain when Spain was placed in 1st spot ranking to clinch the Confederations Cup; it's, thus, clear that Spain won't triumph, assuring another World Cup. When it comes to Brazil vs. Spain in the 2014 World Cup Final, this simply won't happen! I don't principally think Brazil will get to the semi-finals because the Brazilian side lacks the 2002 WC flair. To conclude my view, England and Argentina will be promising within the 16-round phase. Keep your FOCUS on the upcoming WC! [March 1, 2014]
Confederations' Final: Brazil vs. Spain--
On June 30, the Confederations' final will kick-off with Brazil facing the strong World Champions Spain. Although I anticipate Spain to play as a World champion team, it is hard to forget how terrible the defensive formation failed to deliver on counter-attacks where it counted, i.e., in the last line of defense! Thanks to the goalkeeper, Spain was spared from being thumped by numerous goals rocketing within Italy's forward bombardiers! Spain, even with this dismal performance, may win over Brazil by switching attacks in lieu of wary midfield "Tiki Taka" moves, which converted nothing clashing against Italy.
Why Brazil Outclassed Spain In The Confederations?
Determining why the two-time European and supreme World champions Spain were towered by Brazil is a question that I want to throw some light on, for it was nearly conceivable to imagine that a World Cup holder as Spain would be superior to Brazil in tactical feats. As it was perceived, however, Spain went lackluster in the game, and that was evident from start to finish when Brazil opened a three-minute capping. From there on, the countermining became paradoxical to what befell in the 1998 World Cup!
Did Brazil have home advantage and the fan-blustering supports? The answer to this probability is obviously "yes". Did the Brazilian skippers display enthusiasm to win the Confederations Cup? Again, it's astonishingly "yes". The intriguing and final question could be: was there a confederacy that Spain was doomed to lose the final even before the fixture began?
Before I will speculate concerning why a top-spot squad in World ranking, as Spain, was crushed by Brazil in 22nd spot ranking, it is somehow incisive to "see" how Spain just gave away the final to Brazil. Besides spotlighting the sloppy- defensive formation of Spain, we had envisaged that Spain appeared to have put no grit to win over a lesser Brazilian squad regarding factual ranking spots! Was this final a gift to Brazil because of being host or scheme interests for the supremacy of soccer in Brazil in the face of a dismal feature by Spain?
Although we ponder about fairness to the results of the game, in a way, we may never know the reasons why a great team is thrashed by a small ranking counterpart; the referee, FIFA, and the players will be hesitant to tell the truth; let's keep hoping that the game should be equitable to both Federation and public, thus fixing it will discredit the "Beautiful Game".
July 1, 2013
Germany has to step up his game to another level in order to conserve the discipline for the approaching World Cup! Other than this mention, Spain, Argentina, and France had played moderately in the plethora of this recent 'International friendlies' set out by FIFA.
Countless international matches were played on August 14, where Germany took on Paraguay with a stalemate feature 3-3. As a reminder, by the way, Paraguay held Brazil to a staggering defeat in the Copa America semi-finals in 2011, at which point Brazil was crushed in the penalty shoot-out! Paraguay, thus, can be a stalwart squad in any situation. [August 16, 2013]
Within a year interval for the 2014 World Cup, the International friendlies for August 14 had underscored the possible results that Uruguay, Argentina, Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Portugal, and the Netherlands are giant squads who, according to Group stage, will either reach the 2014 semi-finals or triumph by cinching the Cup! This features my octo-pick for the next World Cup. [Join me on Twitter for any further briefings on the "Beautiful Game"!]
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