WORLD CUP JURY: Meet the Evening Tele­graph’s panel of ‘ex­perts’ who

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - World Cup -

Solo­mao Da Silva Gun­thorpe ju­nior foot­ball man­ager and for­mer Ben­fica youth team player. Win­ners: Ar­gentina or Brazil Dark horses: Eng­land Eng­land’s prospects: With a bit of luck they can reach the fi­nal Player of the tour­na­ment: An­gel Di Maria (Ar­gentina) Top scorer: Kaka (Brazil) DaviD Far­rEll Posh leg­end who scored the great­est hat-trick in the club’s his­tory and now works with the youth team at London Road Win­ners: Ar­gentina Dark horses: Hol­land Eng­land’s prospects: From what I have seen lately we could go out in the sec­ond round. Player of the tour­na­ment: Messi (Ar­gentina) Top scorer: Fer­nando Tor­res (Spain)

Lionel Phil Wing Owner of Peter­bor­ough Phan­toms and for­mer Premier League and Foot­ball League lines­man. Win­ners: Spain Dark horses: USA Eng­land’s prospects: Semi -fi­nals Player of the tour­na­ment: Wayne Rooney (Eng­land) Top scorer: Wayne Rooney (Eng­land) Win­ners: Dark horses: Eng­land’s prospects: Quar­ter-fi­nals Player of the tour­na­ment: Steven Ger­rard (Eng­land) Top scorer: Fer­nando Tor­res (Spain) Hunt­ing­don Town man­ager who is one of the most colour­ful char­ac­ters in lo­cal foot­ball. Eng­land

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TOP MAN: Wayne Rooney will be the best player in the world af­ter the tour­na­ment.

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