World Cup: Top 50 stars to watch (1)

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There are now just 50 days to go until the 2014 World Cup finals get underway. That’s just 1184 hours, roughly 71,000 minutes, or approximately 4,260,000 seconds - but who’s counting?

As you can probably tell, here at GMS Towers we’re already giddy with excitement thinking about the prospect of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and co. working their magic in Brazil, where the beautiful game is king, this summer.

Can Spain retain the World Cup on South American soil? Will Brazil step up to the plate in front of their home supporters? Will England get out of Group D?

All of these questions, and many more, will all be answered in good time. But, in the meantime, we’ve created a comprehensive list of 50 players to watch at this summer’s showpiece international tournament.

We want to hear your suggestions for players to watch, too, so leave a comment in the box at the bottom of the page once you’ve has a flick through the 50 - yes, 50 - slides.

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