We look to our football team manager to always lead by example – unless you're Cameroon it seems.
A distinctly ominous feeling may have settled over the Japan national team upon watching their side be drawn into Group E this April. Progressing to the knock-out stages of the competition will only come if they can best Spain, Germany and Costa Rica, in one of the more formidable groups in the competition.
Canada's World Cup ambitions were hit with a serious blow when they were drawn into Group F in April. In their first appearance in the competition in 36 years, the Maple Leafs will face two of the tournament's highest ranked teams, Fifa ranked No 2 Belgium, and 2018's finalists Croatia.