We get it: this is a weird question, but we can’t help our dreams of the Premier League popping up during any gap in World Cup play (Less than two months away!).
And it’s an interesting query, isn’t it? Rooting for which country is akin to cheering for Manchester United? Which lineup plays a bit like Tottenham Hotspur?
Let’s consider all these factors and get a little weird.
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Argentina — Considering they have 400 Citizens and wear sky blue: Manchester City
Nigeria — Promising, but capable of giving up bad goals: West Bromwich Albion
Germany — Incredibly-deep in talent, hums like a machine: Chelsea
United States — Gritty, over-achieving, validity doubted: Stoke City
Chile — Talent for a title run, but can they sustain the whole way? Everton
Brazil — Lots of titles, iconic players, capable of drama: Manchester United
Belgium — Young, flashy, capable of anything: Southampton
Uruguay — Plenty of attack, suspect defenders, a biter: Liverpool
France — Mercurial, brilliant, loaded with talent, French-led: Arsenal
Algeria — Part of you is wondering how they are still here: Sunderland
Switzerland — Have the tools, slightly overlooked, can they prove mettle? Aston Villa
Colombia — Oh boy can they attack, but can they close it down? Swansea City
Greece — Trouble scoring goals, only diehards like the style: West Ham United
Costa Rica — Wait a minute, where did this complete team come from? Crystal Palace
Netherlands — Gaggle of great players, never quite breaking through: Tottenham Hotspur
Mexico — Talented, looking good, but you just know they’re going to screw it up: Newcastle United