Date: 21st June 2014 at 12:46pm
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Of course, records and statistics are up for public consumption, and although some experts say they don’t always tell the whole story of what actually transpires on the football pitch, they however are pointers to one fact or the other.


And now that Roy Hodgson’s Three Lions have lamely crashed out of the FIFA World Cup for the umpteenth time having managed to record our worst ever outing in the history of the tournament, under the captaincy of Steven Gerrard, the Liverpool captain who succeeded Chelsea captain John Terry, it has become imperative in some quarters to launch an inquisition of sorts into the two captaincies.


So folks, especially those of you who love crunching numbers, between Terry and Gerrard who is largely to blame for lacking leadership as England fell to his Liverpool teammate Luis Suarez, who’s been the better England captain?


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