Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Mural of Russia Coach Defaced, Restored After World Cup Loss

Mural of Russia Coach Defaced, Restored After World Cup Loss

England play Croatia in the World Cup semi-final at 7pm and, freaky though it feels to type that, I have checked it thoroughly and the results are in: Gareth Southgate's team are one match away from the World Cup final. The BBPA hasn't put out its predictions for the possibility, though the group has said all of the matches so far have led pub patrons to create an approximately $160 million boost to the United Kingdom economy. Les Bleus ended up winning the tournament on home soil.

A mural depicting Russian football coach Stanislav Cherchesov's mustachioed features has undergone a series of physical transformations in the days after the Russian national team was knocked out of the World Cup over the weekend. By comparison, during England's last match against Sweden-which happened during the very booze-friendly hours of Saturday afternoon, mind you-the BBPA believes a mere eight million more pints than normal were moved across the bar.

"I think he's got a massive future and the fact that he's playing so well and he's got that number two shirt now, I think he's going to be there for years to come".

He said all the major supermarkets were shutting in Croatia for the match and the whole country would be watching.

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Should England hold on for the victory, the Three Lions will take on France in the World Cup final on Sunday, where more beer will undoubtedly be sent to the heavens with every goal scored.

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"The atmosphere is completely brilliant because everyone is looking forward to the match and hoping we do well".

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