With the Sky Sports Squad Selector having attracted well over 250,000 users to date it's fair to say more than a few of you fancy yourselves as future England managers
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Former England international Paul Merson tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup.
Ones to watch
No.42 - Daniel Sturridge
This time last year including Daniel Sturridge on a list such as this would have been seen as ridiculous - some may argue it still is. But his performances, backed up by some incredible stats, this season more than warrant a place. He has been on fire for Liverpool since making the move and England will be hoping he can replicate that form in Brazil.
Who to follow
No.42 - @OptaJoe
This is Opta's go-to place for the latest and most relevant stats from the world of football. With more than half-a-million followers, it is hardly an unearthed gem but you could also argue OptaJoe is chronically under-followed. It is also worth checking out all the other accounts in the Opta family, with Sky Sports' key data provider always on the money.
World Cup greats
No.42 - Johan Neeskens
The former Ajax and Barcelona midfielder was an instrumental player in the Netherlands side that reached consecutive World Cup finals in 1974 and 1978, scoring the opening goal from the penalty spot in the '74 final. The Dutch team of 1974 were renowned for their Total Football implemented by coach Rinus Michels and Neeskens played a key role.