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Sports Gambling Online - England Drama Queens

Sports gambling online anticipation is building at a feverish rate for England’s must win Group C World Cup gambling match with Slovenia on Wednesday.

Sports gambling online expectations were through the roof for the “Three Lions” World Cup gambling chances this year but they are yet to win a game and have scored just 1 goal.

They opened with a stunning 1-1 draw against the United States in which goalkeeper Robert Green fumbled and bumbled a long range shot that went into the net for a giveaway goal and game.

England then went scoreless in a draw against Algeria to set up the must win match with Slovenia.

With England being England, the story is never just about the game, however.  The drama off the field has actually been far more interesting and entertaining that anything the team has done on the pitch thus far.

Former captain John Terry and super star striker Wayne Rooney have both had to issue public apologies since the draw against Algeria which.

Rooney was upset with England being booed off the field following the scoreless draw with Algeria by the legion of fans that made the trip down to South Africa.  He made sarcastic remarks on camera and had to apologize for them the next day.

Terry went public with a provocative interview in which he aired out his frustration with England’s World Cup gambling performance and alluded to how coach Fabio Capello was part of the problem.

Terry, like Rooney, had to quickly back track.

“It was never my intention to upset the manager or the players and if I did upset anyone, I apologize,” said Terry.  “I have told the manager that he has my total support and I would like to stress I don’t believe I have been a disruptive influence in the camp.

I would now like to put this episode behind me and concentrate on trying to win what is a massive game for England.”

The England team met on Monday in a closed door session to clear the air and focus on Slovenia.

Capello was not at all happy with Terry going public saying that it was a “very big mistake” to do so.

“I don’t understand why he didn’t speak with me,” said Capello.   The coach stated that it’s far better to keep issues within the team that in the media.

Capello also said that he is not facing they type of mutiny that is destroying the French team.