England’s World Cup squad is packed full of elite athletes, all of whom don’t have drink Innocent Smoothies to pretend they are consuming their five a day.
Part of being an elite athlete means you don’t booze to excess. In fact, many of the squad won’t drink alcohol at all.
That being said, here’s how each member of England’s World Cup squad handle their Russian Standard Vodka (we think).
(This is based on nothing but our weird imagination)
Doesn’t wear a jacket on a night out in December. Uses vodka instead. Prone to dropping the tray of shots every now and then although he’s quick to hand them out to mates.
Loses everything but still has enough money for cheesy chips on the way home.
Can put it away but knows his limits because he’s got to be up early for work in the morning.
They make em’ tough in Sheffield, although he prefers Jagerbombs.
‘Urghhh, this tastes like bird shit’.
Pulls a pretty weird face after putting away four shots in a row.
Happy to drink it straight and warm. No chasers needed when Gary is involved.
Always annoyingly composed no matter how much vodka he’s had. Does overdo it every now and then.
Happy to have it with mixer or straight. Very versatile.
His dad has an England flag in his front garden. Doesn’t flinch when presented with a shot.
Once rumoured to have downed a whole bottle of vodka on a uni night out.
Still young and finding his limits.
Quick to get in someone’s face if they don’t drink their shot but often found passing his to the side on the sly.
Prefers his shot with a sprinkle of nutmeg on top.
Can’t have a drink without putting it on Snapchat or his Instagram story.
Can’t work out whether he prefers drinking in boujie spots in south-west London or grittier destinations in south London.
Puts them away for a small guy. Surprisingly good finisher.
Clumsy with the shots. On more than one occasion he’s knocked everything over.
That one mate who’s blackout drunk before they get on the plane.
Known to steal shots.
Started too quick and now he’s flagging.
Dream Team World Cup has landed
The greatest show on Earth just got that bit more exciting.
That’s because the Dream Team World Cup game is coming ahead of this summer’s tournament.
Dream Team World Cup
- Completely free to enter
- £50m budget and 20 transfers throughout the tournament
- £175k total prizepot (for UK players only)
- PRE-REGISTER FOR DREAM TEAM WORLD CUP NOW
The game officially launches on June 1 – but you can pre-register for the game now.
If you’re an existing Dream Team customer the World Cup game now appears in the app or you can enter here, but if you’re not follow these simple steps:
- Download the Dream Team app
- Create an account
- Click on the World Cup banner below in the app and follow the pre-registration instructions
From Russia with a whole lot of love.