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Photos From England vs Honduras Friendly In Miami: World Cup Warmup Match

danny welbeck Photos From England vs Honduras Friendly In Miami: World Cup Warmup Match

England drew Honduras 0-0 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on Saturday night in a performance that can be best summarized as pathetic. England manager Roy Hodgson didn’t seem too bemused by the lack of effort or precision shown by his team. The focus is now on Rio.

But before England puts the nil-nil draw against Honduras behind them, here’s our set of images from the friendly courtesy of World Soccer Talk photographer Joshua Tomlinson.

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4 Responses to Photos From England vs Honduras Friendly In Miami: World Cup Warmup Match

  1. Abdirahman says:

    Breaking news from fifa: the world feed commentators have been just released they are seven guys with no co-comms here they are 1.peter drury 2.john helm 3.martin fisher 4.kevin keatings 5.gary bloom 6.john rader 7.o’hagen. The major headline is peter drury get’s the final which means for the first in more than decade time there w’ll be no john helm in the commentry box for the final.

  2. NC says:

    Gaffer, what was the attendance at the three England games in Miami? Normally you submit a little write up about the turnout and what it does or doesn’t mean about fan interest in South Florida

    • Christopher Harris says:

      21,000+ for England-Ecuador for a Wednesday 3pm game during workday/school, and 45,000+ for England-Honduras, which was a tidy turnout.

  3. Ardwickian says:

    Just got back from miami,who did a good job hosting England,Honduras,game was played in a good atmoshere which did not translate itself to the telly having just watched it on dvr,though i only got sixty minutes of it due to the rain delay.of which i think it affected England more as at that time they had the momentum,but as a overall exercise it worked out as miami provided the humid enviroment that will be encountred in the opening game.c’mon England

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