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GPSports is proud to announce that Netherlands and France have advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.  Of the thirty-two teams that began the month long tournament eight remain in contention for the most prestigious trophy in soccer/football.  Two of the remaining eight train with GPSports SPI HPU units and SPI IQ software.

 

france football-associationThe French squad takes on Germany on July Fourth in a match many are calling the best of the quarterfinals.  France has surrendered only two goals thus far in the tournament while scoring ten including five against Switzerland and three against Honduras,  On the flip side, after scoring four against a struggling Portugal, Germany has failed to impress and hasn’t lived up to expectations.

France has the ability to beat Germany and if they do so they will be positioned for a potential World Cup win.

 

 

Royal_Netherlands_Football_Association_Logo.svgNetherlands survived with a late goal against Mexico in the round of 16 to advance and take on Costa Rica on July 5 in Salvador.  The Dutch entered the World Cup with low expectations but a resounding 5-1 victory over defending champions Spain lit a fire under Oranje and they have gone a perfect 4-0 so far in the tournament.  

If each team can win their next two games we will see an all GPSports World Cup final match, just as we saw an all GPSports Champions League final.

 

 

These teams and other top teams in sports worldwide train with GPSports technology because they know we provide the broadest range of data and the most accurate data of any sports GPS product on the market.  

 To find out more about GPSports and the SPI HPU/SPI IQ system or to speak with one of our worldwide Human Performance Consultants about how GPSports can benefit your team or league please contact Damien Hawes at Damien.hawes@gpsports.com or visit http://www.gpsports.com/contact.

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