England won't win World Cup: Scholes

Published: Dec 01, 2013, 03:06 IST | Goal.com

Former Man United midfielder Paul Scholes says England have no chance of winning the World Cup in Brazil next summer.

Roy Hodgson’s men finished top of World Cup qualifying Group H to book their passage into next year’s tournament but Scholes, who made 66 appearances for England before retiring from international duty in 2004, said: “It will be very difficult (for England) to win.

You have to get past Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Italy, Germany. I always get the feeling that whenever England comes up against big nations like those, it is usually a signal that we are going to go out. They’re OK against the Polands and Ukraines.” 

Paul Scholes
Paul Scholes

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