Published on Aug 29, 2014
England could soon be setting a record...for the lowest attendance at an international match played at the new Wembley when they face Norway in their first post-World Cup friendly. It started so well in Brazil - aside from the result against Italy, fans were excited by the energetic style the younger players had brought to the team.
So what went so wrong from there? We talk to 4 experts of the game to try to find out why England underachieve so often. Nat Coombs talks to ex-Premier League defender Danny Higginbotham, senior Guardian sports writer Barney Ronay, ex-England & Everton scout Andy Thorn and sport psychologist Dan Abrahams about the Three Lions' woes.
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