Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday March 5 2010
It`s full time in the final of the World Cup, and the game is drawn. The England team have played their hearts out, but need a final push to deliver a repeat of 1966. You`re the manager, and it`s up to you to fire them up and inspire them to win. What would you say? Well, here`s your chance to tell us, show your support for England, and win the chance of a lifetime!
As The Official Beer of the England football team, Carlsberg launches it`s "England Team Talk" competition, calling on the nation to show their support for the Three Lions ahead of this summer`s World Cup Finals.
You can enter your Team Talk in a number of ways at www.englandteamtalk.com (see for more info). Those uploading a video Team Talk can win the chance to meet some of the England players and deliver their words of inspiration in person, at an exclusive day at Wembley Stadium, or see them train in Austria. If that wasn`t enough, others will also star in the next Carlsberg commercial, seen by millions across the country. Get filming, get writing, and get behind the England team!
The contest is now open to entrants, and accepts submissions until 30th April. In addition, there will be weekly prizes, including England tickets, signed England shirts and cases of Carlsberg.
Still not clear? Let Ray Stubbs explain all:
or become a fan of the Carlsberg For England Facebook Page that launches shortly.
If you want to meet the England team, and send them off to S. Africa with your Team Talk ringing in their ears, enter now! www.englandteamtalk.com
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Date:Friday March 5 2010
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