Nowadays, what has gained much hype is the FIFA World Cup 2014, which is now no far away. Much excitement and thrill is found among the fans that have been anxiously for this mega event. The teams with their best players are pulling up their socks and they intend to enter the tournament with well-thought-out strategies. At this very stage, when the World Cup is all round the corner, no team can afford any injured or unfit player. This thing has put many players entry into the tournament at stake. This article is will throw light upon the Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014; the footballers who seem unfit or those with other reasons for not being a part of this big event.

Following is a list of the players who are among those at risk for FIFA World Cup 2014.

#05: Esteban Cambiasso

Esteban Cambiasso belongs to Argentina, and he is one of those footballers of the team who is not liked much by the coach. The coach Alejandro Sabella wishes to set Javier Mascherano in the holding role behind the likes of Fernando Gago, Angel Di Maria, Walter Montillo and more. Because the 4-3-3 formation can have only one holder so the best thing Esteban Cambiasso can do is hope for a reserve slot for Javier Mascherano. Moreover, Cambiasso not so good form for the Internazionale is also going against his abilities.

#04: Ryad Boudebouz

5 Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014

Ryad Boudebouz is from Team Algeria who was once a favorable team player now receives thumbs down from his own fans as soon as he enters the field. He needs to work really hard in order to get considered by his club for the final 23-man squad. He has become much unpopular and there are many chances of him getting dropped from the team for the FIFA World Cup 2014.

#03: Erik Lamela

5 Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014

Erik Lamela is another footballer who plays for Argentina. His 2012-2013 time period at Rome had been really great, and he will get entry to the FIFA 2014 only if he maintains the same form. But, the reasons which are pulling him down and stopping him from getting into the FIFA World Cup 2014 are his only three Premier League starts along with rashes of injuries. These make him deem unfit for the tournament. So his chances are also at stake that he might get dropped from his entrance to the World Cup 2014.

#02: Javier Pastore

5 Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014

Javier Pastore is yet another Argentine player who was not so regular under Carlo Ancelotti, and under Laurent Blanc he has remained an outlying figure. Though, he has cost Paris Saint-Germain a swishing €40 million but his transfer did not turn out much productive. So he’s also on the list of STARS AT RISK OF MISSING THE FIFA WORLD CUP 2014.

#01: Mustafa Amini

5 Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014

Mustafa Amini is an Australian footballer who has played really well in his first season for the Central Coast Mariners. His sports abilities can be judged from his winning a trial and from his successive move to Borussia Dortmund at a very early stage i.e. of 17. However, he has failed to hit the BVB first team since he had been loaned back. Also, minor injury issues have also made him to suffer. Though, he’s a good player on the team, but he’s not the best for FIFA 2014 squad.

Other than the aforementioned five footballers there are others too whose entry to the World Cup 2014 is at risk. There are chances of them not getting into the final squad. Yet, nothing is final. The players are under watch, and whoever turns out the best one will, certainly, get a ticket of the FIFA WORLD CUP 2014.

5 Football Players Who Might Not Play in FIFA World Cup 2014

#01: Mustafa Amini
#02: Javier Pastore
#03: Erik Lamela
#04: Ryad Boudebouz
#05: Esteban Cambiasso

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