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Anxious to replicate what Miroslav Klose describes as his country’s “Super Blend” of aesthetics and über-efficiency, the Football Association will inevitably introduce a five-year plan designed to accelerate the implementation of German-ification throughout all areas of the English game.
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But, unfortunately for their opponents, this golden generation will keep on rolling. Look at the young players in their squad; Mesut Ozil is only 25, Thomas Mueller has ten World Cup goals to his name and is just 26. Then there is Andre Schuerrle (23), Toni Kroos (24) Mats Hummels (25) and goalscoring hero Mario Goetze (22). In all almost half of Joachim Loew’s squad at this tournament are under 25 – watch out world.