Giroud will have a better season next term

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Will he return to Arsenal a changed man after this World Cup?

Date: 23rd June 2014 at 6:31pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Can France be considered dark horses at this World Cup? Yes and no; there’s an uncertainty about where to place them in world or European standings. Like Spain, the French have a sparkling recent history on the international stage, having won World Cup ’98, Euro 2000 and reached the final of the World Cup in 2006. Like Spain, they’ve also had tremendous falls, and, unlike their Spanish counterparts, been a part of off-pitch embarrassment on the world stage. It’s a new squad this time around. Four years ago in South Africa, Karim Benzema was overlooked; Olivier Giroud was still a relative unknown outside of Ligue 1. The team have enormously exciting young prospects in Paul Pogba ... Read More


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