Controversies regarding seeding, grievances with FIFA rankings, star players missing out ai??i?? the build up to the draw for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil had it all. Here is a lineup of 11 things we observed based on the Fridayai??i??s events.

1)England, for once, will not be overhyped! Blessing in disguise, or a slow and painful massacre?

Vincent Kompany - Belgium defender (Manchester City) | Tweet | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

If thereai??i??s one thing the English press are good at, it is talking up Englandai??i??s chances at a World Cup. Andros Townsendai??i??s sterling performance on debut (against the mighty Montenegro) threatened a repeat of history; but the events at Fridayai??i??s draw, however, ensure that it will not be the case in the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Roy Hodgson - England manager | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

Hodgson said he didn’t want England to play in Manaus; the mayor of Manaus was not amused

Any supporter of the England national team moaning about a rough draw would do well to remember that they were given an ai???easyai??i?? draw back in 2010 with the possibility of avoiding the big names until the semi finals. But the English messed it up like only they can; and we now tell stories about what Mesut Ai??zil did to Gareth Barry instead.

As if playing Italy first up was not hard enough, they will need to do so in Manaus, the venue that manager Roy Hodgson hoped England could avoid. Alan Shearer talks about wanting to face big name teams back in 1998 ai??i?? so this could be the proverbial ai???kick up the arseai??i?? they need to get the best out of them when it matters. But, it could also be a slow and painful massacre. We will know by June 24.

2) A 2-2 draw at Estonia might have cost Holland

It sounds bizarre, but a 2-2 draw in qualification at Estonia on September 6 may have cost Holland the ranking points that would have seeded them in the World Cup, instead of Switzerland. As it turns out, they have been thrown into a rematch of their heartbreaking loss to Spain first up rather than a matchup with the likes of Ecuador and Honduras. Given how Chile played England off the park at Wembley, qualification for the knockout stages isnai??i??t even close to being guaranteed. Were they to do so, they could potentially have Brazil waiting for them. That is not going to be smooth!

3) Christmas has come early for France

To say that France had a rough ride to Brazil is an understatement. They were first drawn in a five team group that included Spain, and then suffered the ignominy of being unseeded for the playoff game, behind opponents Ukraine. The fact that they were unseeded for the final tournament, behind Switzerland, couldai??i??ve made matters worse still.

That being said, manager Didier Deschamps will be nothing less than delighted with the draw that they are faced with. There can be no bigger incentive to qualify for the knockout stages than a possible meeting with Iran/Nigeria/Bosnia in the Round of 16. The big question, however, is ai??i?? will they make the most of the fortune that they have? Or will it be 2010 all over again? Weai??i??ve been there before.

4)However, not a merry Christmas for the United States

Jurgen Klinsmann - United States mens' national team manager | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

All good work could amount to nothing thanks to the draw (Klinsmann, above)

It is the season of gift giving and generosity; except with regard to the draw. Even though they peaked spectacularly in qualification, being placed in Pot 3 was indication enough that the draw the United States got would be anything but generous. Ironically, by winning their last game in World Cup qualifying, at Panama, they helped archrivals Mexico qualify for the showpiece event. It turns out that Lady Luck wouldnai??i??t return the favour to the United States as Mexico were placed in Group A, arguably the easier group, despite the presence of host nation Brazil.

It is worth noting that Mexico haven’t got away scot-free either. They will, in all probability, run into Spain/Holland/Chile in the Round of 16, assuming they somehow get past Croatia and Brazil.

5)Brazil may be ‘favourites’; but Argentina have it easier

Speaking of Brazil, the SeleAi??A?o have risen from also-rans to favourites in the space of 10 months under the tutelage of Luiz Felipe Scolari. Having soundly defeated Spain in the final of the Confederations Cup, they have shown that they have what it takes to defeat the big boys. Six months from now, however, it will not be easy. They have been granted a fairly negotiable set of opponents in the group stage, but could face the prospect of having to knock out Spain/Holland/Chile just to get to the quarterfinals. Add to that the pressure of having to succeed at a home World Cup; and things could also get ugly.

Messi and Ronaldo - Will They Meet At The World Cup | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

Will they meet in Brazil?

South American rivals Argentina have been granted a much assignment. Group F should be won if they concentrate well enough, and they will have the runners up from Group E in the Round of 16 waiting for them at SA?o Paulo. Even though they have strength in numbers in the attacking third of the pitch, the fitness of Lionel Messi will be the primary concern.

We could end up seeing the small matter of a Portugal-Argentina clash on July 5. No need to explain further.

6)Ivory Coastai??i??s best chance to shine

The term golden generation is overused; but given that they are unlikely to see a core group of players make it big in Europe at the same time in the foreseeable future, this term truly appropriate for football in the Ivory Coast. The likes of Didier Drogba, the Toure brothers and Salamon Kalou have been hard done by the draw in both the 2006 and 2010 editions of footballai??i??s greatest showpiece. Colombia and Japan have both beaten Belgium away from home recently and are no pushovers, but it is a lot easier than having to get past the likes of (at least two out of) Brazil, Argentina, Portugal and Holland.

7)Belgium will do well to reach the quarterfinals

Vincent Kompany - Belgium defender | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

The Red Devils (we are not talking about Manchester United here) have steadily gone from underrated to overrated (they’re almost there) by football fans all over the world, in a matter of months. The draw for qualification was finally kind to them, and the Belgians took their chance and got through, undefeated, to the World Cup. However, a slight dip in form in friendly games for the national side, coupled with decreasing game time for the likes of Marouane Fellaini, Moussa DembAi??lAi??, among others has prompted suggestions that all is not hunky-dory.

Moreover, they face the prospect of having to defeat either Germany or Portugal in the Round of 16, were they to successfully negotiate a straightforward Group H. Marc Wilmotsai??i?? squad may be tipped by many to reach as far as the last four of the World Cup, but realistically, the quarterfinals would represent an achievement this time around. Form and fitness of Vincent Kompany, however, is essential.

8)ai???Here we go againai???

The United States could get knocked out by Ghana for the third World Cup in a row. Germany and Ghana meet in the group stages once again, as do Argentina and Nigeria. Not a lot of teams face the same opponent in two consecutive World Cup matches, but Spain and the Netherlands will do so. Two matchups repeat themselves from last yearai??i??s European championships. England and Italy meet once again, as do Germany and Portugal. That is an intriguing set of repeat fixtures to watch out for in Brazil.

9)No clear ai???Group of Deathai??i??

Almost every tournament at club and international football throws up one (usually, just one) group that makes you wince – not this time. Switzerlandai??i??s seeding for the tournament has indirectly resulted in the presence of more than one tricky group, but none quite reaching the ai???Group of Deathai??i?? proportions previously witnessed. The knock-on effect of that, however, is the presence of more than one ai???boringai??i?? group in the World Cup. Certain groups will be more closely watched than others.

10)So who is the dark horse?

Boateng Brothers | Kevin-Prince Boateng (left) and Jerome Boateng (right) | 2014 FIFA World Cup Draw XI - 11 Things We Observed

They could shake hands again in Brazil

It will not be easy to answer that question this time. Belgium look like the consensus dark horse; but the fact that Sweden and Ukraine couldnai??i??t make it to the World Cup means that there are no ai???badai??i?? teams. Colombia have a core group of players currently rising in profile in Europe, while Japan have played the likes of the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy off the park recently. Chile will make things uncomfortable for Spain and the Holland, while Bosnia-Herzegovina are an unknown quantity. There could be more surprises waiting for us in Brazil by the time the tournament actually begins.

11)All other loyalties are cast aside

While Luis Suarez will hope and pray that Norwich Cityai??i??s John Ruddy is in goal for England on June 19, he might look over his shoulder and find club teammate Steven Gerrard watching him take a shot one of many shots on goal. Alexis Sanchez will meet a lot of familiar faces turning out for La Roja, Mesut Ai??zil will meet plenty of Portuguese friends from his time at Madrid, while the Boateng half brothers could find themselves having to shake hands again! Throw in Jurgen Klinsmann facing his native Germany on June 26 for good measure.

In the years gone by, the World Cup used to be the only stage where the best players could test themselves against each other; but it is now a tournament where familiar faces are lined up on opposite sides. Brazil 2014 has all the ingredients to turn into one of the most interesting tournaments in recent times.

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