What children from Green Hills Academy they think about the world cup

“This world cup started with a lot of surprises, for example, the big teams were beaten by the small ones. Besides all that, I am a Germany supporter and I wish they win the trophy.” Martina Abera, 9, P 4.

“This world cup started with a lot of surprises, for example, the big teams were beaten by the small ones. Besides all that, I am a Germany supporter and I wish they win the trophy.”

Martina Abera, 9, P 4.

“If I may say, England has the best players than any other team in this world cup who almost play in the same league and they do well in their respective teams but when it comes to the world cup, they fail to control the ball.”

Shane Katabarwa, 12, P 6.

“England can never make it with their goalkeeper who can’t maintain the ball in his hands. However, the players are all good because many on them play in the English Premiership.”

Kassy Irebe, 10, P 5.

“The World cup which is taking place in Africa means a lot to the African teams that are participating but surprisingly many of them will not even reach level two.”

Prince Romeo, 11, P 5.

“Switzerland is the team that am supporting because they are doing well from the defenders, mid-fielders and the strikers are interesting when they are trying to connect in the game.”

 Moritz Scholer, 12, P 3.

“France have a good team that could have reached far. But some of the players are selfish, they don’t want to share the ball with other players. An example is Anelka.”

Natacha Nyakayiru, 12, P 6.

“When the World Cup started a lot was expected from the African teams.  The Vuvuzelas have become a problem to other teams because they can not communicate.”

Innocent Karemera, 10, P 5.

“The Coach of France should be sacked because he did what  team supporters did not expect from him like making some players bench warmers when they are capable.”

Stella Ken Teta, 12, P 6.

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