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Bobby McMahon

Bobby McMahon

You can see me on Soccer Central most Mondays and Thursdays on Rogers Sportsnet in Canada. I write a regular column for Forbes.com and Soccerly.com and frequently guest on various podcasts and radio shows.


Why The Real World Cup Dark Horses Are More Like The Spanish Inquisition

Written by on June 8, 2014 | 2 Comments »
Posted in World Cups

So let’s consider what constitutes a dark horse and which countries have played that role at previous World Cups.The definition is a team that emerges to prominence. In that context we regularly have a dark horse at World Cups but it can be argued that we have never had a dark horse winner.

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There will four or five more articles posted by me on Forbes and Soccerly.com this week. The best idea if you would like to read them is to click the following that will take you a central depository of all the articles for each publication.

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For Canadian viewers there will be appearances on Soccer Central on Monday and Wednesday this week then the show will be on hiatus during the World Cup and from then until the start of the European seasons.


2 responses to “Why The Real World Cup Dark Horses Are More Like The Spanish Inquisition”

  1. Alberta Gooner says:

    Awesome piece, Bobby. And I loved the series of your World Cup recollections.

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