World Cup predictions
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Jürgen Klopp: The Borussia Dortmund coach thinks Brazil and Germany are frontrunners to lift the trophy but also believes Belgium are potential dark horses: "They've got an outstanding crop of young players. The team has got what it takes to cause an upset."
Peter Stöger (l.) of recently promoted 1. FC Köln and Karlsruher SC coach Markus Kauczinski (r.) were the only two people who are backing Italy to have a shot at winning the World Cup, alongside Brazil and Germany
Jens Keller: The FC Schalke 04 boss had no hesitation in naming Brazil and Germany as top dogs for the title, while also throwing defending champions Spain into the mix
Torsten Lieberknecht: For the Eintracht Braunschweig boss there is only one possible outcome in Rio de Janeiro next month: “Germany, Germany, Germany. We’ve got the best team and it’s our turn this year.”
Markus Gisdol: The 1899 Hoffenheim coach put all his eggs into one South American-shaped basket, naming Argentina as the country bound for glory on 13 July
Mirko Slomka: The Hamburger SV supremo refused to be restricted to a top three, including Belgium in among the usual suspects of Germany, Brazil and Spain
Christian Streich: SC Freiburg's charismatic coach also had difficulty naming just three sides and threw Chile's hat into the ring along with Germany, Brazil, Argentina and Spain
Thomas Tuchel: The outgoing Mainz coach put Brazil, Germany and Spain top of his list, saying: "Brazil have got a great team and the backing of the entire country; Spain have got a strong squad and have an ingrained winning mentality, while Germany have developed very positively."
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