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Eiður Smári Wants Ticket to Brazil

In an interview with British newspaper the Daily Star, the Icelandic and former Chelsea and Barcelona forward Eiður Smári Guðjohnsen spoke about his hopes of making it to next year’s World Cup.

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Iceland will play Croatia in Reykjavík on Friday in one of two games which will determine which team will secure a spot at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

“Going to represent Iceland in a World Cup in Brazil would have to be as big a feeling as winning the two league titles at Chelsea – and I don’t say that lightly,” Eiður, who plays for Club Brugge now, said. “It has always been a distant dream – it has never gone away, however unlikely. Any boy who watches the World Cup dreams about playing in it one day. I have been realistic about it in recent years and accepted that maybe it would never happen. When I was in my prime, I was probably just about in that list, of leading players that would never play at a World Cup.”

Read the full article on dailystar.co.uk here.

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