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World Cup Debts … The Finances of Football’s Elite Nations May Surprise You

Posted 12 June 2014 by Christine Walsh

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<p>Debt can be unpredictable. To illustrate just how unpredictable debt can be, we’ve arranged the most and least indebted of the footballing nations competing at the World Cup into our very own starting 11.</p>

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It’s easy to get caught up in the emotion and drama of a World Cup. Everyone has an opinion and it’s impossible to be unbiased when your own team is competing. But reputations, hype and form count for little when the referee blows the whistle. It’s 11 men against 11 men in a test of skill, preparation and nerve. Anyone can make a name for themselves. Yet looking at the economics of the countries at this year’s World Cup, it becomes clear that off the pitch, things are far from equal.

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