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Just wondered how many on here will be following England in the World Cup ?

England are my 2nd team after Town so I'll be watching all 3 England games  


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I'll be watching as many games as I can to be honest no matter the country, I'm in need of a football fix this off season.


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I love the World Cup and usually watch every game (one of the advantages of being self employed), but for the first time ever, i will be away on holiday during this one, and will be in remote parts of Scotland, so will probably struggle to find somewhere to watch many games. Will be in a well populated area on Monday and will most likely be able to find somewhere to watch the first England game, but after that, not really sure as i head into more remote areas.  
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I love the World Cup and usually watch every game (one of the advantages of being self employed), but for the first time ever, i will be away on holiday during this one, and will be in remote parts of Scotland, so will probably struggle to find somewhere to watch many games. Will be in a well populated area on Monday and will most likely be able to find somewhere to watch the first England game, but after that, not really sure as i head into more remote areas.  


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I love the World Cup and usually watch every game (one of the advantages of being self employed), but for the first time ever, i will be away on holiday during this one, and will be in remote parts of Scotland, so will probably struggle to find somewhere to watch many games. Will be in a well populated area on Monday and will most likely be able to find somewhere to watch the first England game, but after that, not really sure as i head into more remote areas.  

What part of Scotland you heading to? I'm heading up to the highlands on Monday for the week.


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What part of Scotland you heading to? I'm heading up to the highlands on Monday for the week.


Going to Arran on Sunday, then onto Kinytre, then Mull, followed by the Ardmanurchan peninsula, then up to Applecross. After that, we will probably head up to the Assynt mountains. Going for three weeks, so we could end up anywhere.
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Going to Arran on Sunday, then onto Kinytre, then Mull, followed by the Ardmanurchan peninsula, then up to Applecross. After that, we will probably head up to the Assynt mountains. Going for three weeks, so we could end up anywhere.


Sounds great. Plockton isn't that far from Applecross. Well worth a visit.



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Going to Arran on Sunday, then onto Kinytre, then Mull, followed by the Ardmanurchan peninsula, then up to Applecross. After that, we will probably head up to the Assynt mountains. Going for three weeks, so we could end up anywhere.


You’ll enjoy that, I’ve been to all those places, the Ardnamurchan peninsula is a lovely drive (especially to the lighthouse) I’d recommended Sutherland too Ginny  (Smoo cave is nice) near Durness, once you get above Ullapool the scenery is spectacular, enjoy yourself.


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I love the World Cup and usually watch every game (one of the advantages of being self employed),
Same.Ever since being a kid Ive always looked forward to the world cup.Like Christmas  

Magazine I would recommend Ginny which I always get is world soccer's world cup edition. Excellent addition as a guide to the world cup .Includes talks with all the managers,tactics and profile for every squad player.

http://www.worldsoccer.com/publication/world-soccer/world-cup-2018-special-edition


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I normally watch the World Cup/Euros until England get knocked out and then take no interest in it at all.


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