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  1. Follow England's road to Germany
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Follow England's road to Germany

This 90 minute DVD will trace England's progress from their dramatic exit at the hands of Brazil in the last World Cup in 2002, to qualification for Germany in October 2005. Featuring all the goals and drama from the qualification group stage the story will unfold from a dissapointing draw in Vienna against Austria through to the climax of reaching Germany.

Full of action and interviews with the biggest stars as well as head coach Sven Goran Ericsson. (Approx. 142 min.)


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