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This Is How The Internet Feels About England’s World Cup Campaign So Far

MEH.

1. IMPORTANT REMINDER: THE WORLD CUP STARTS IN JUST A FEW HOURS!!!

2. But no one thinks we’re going to win.

3. No one.

4. There’s a general air of quiet resignation.

5. And though we’re traditionally more understated than other nations…

6. …everything just seems a bit half-hearted this time around.

Got me England top ready for the world cup

— Jo-Jo EFC (@jojoefc)

7. Which is strange, because we’re the HOME of football.

It gets worse from the front!! #fullkitwanker #crocs (@danbundock23)

— Full-Kit Wankers (@WankersFullKit)

8. And we’re sending over a crack team of world class athletes…

I'm sure we'll be fine.

— Not Match of the Day (@NOT_MOTD)

9. …lead by an inspirational manager.

10. (A truly inspirational manager).

11. But no one has any faith.

While you are at the Telegraph check out Matt.

— Anushka Asthana (@SkyAnushka)

12. It’s fair to say we’re not fancied to beat Italy.

Andrea Pirlo ready to face England midfield..

— Football Funnys (@FootballFunnys)

13. In fact we’re not fancied generally.

Rooney / Flanagan = Shrek / Donkey. #uncanny #WorldCup2014 #EnglandWorldCupSquad

— Steven Broderick (@brodders1971)

14. But this is our squad.

15. This is our formation.

ENGLAND`S WORLD CUP FORMATION

— John Connell (@celticjohn67)

16. This won’t happen again.

17. This won’t happen again.

18. And maybe, just maybe, THIS IS OUR YEAR.

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Alan White is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
 
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