What it really takes to win the World Cup

06/10/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

As the World Cup kicks off, the teams with the best chance of winning are those with the best leaders, says Fox soccer analyst Bobby McMahon in this interview with SmartBrief editor Sean McMahon (no relation). Team captains and coaches can't win games on their own, McMahon says, but they're a vital part of the mix. "At the upper echelons, the full package of tactical nous, inspirational leadership, a cool head and a wee smattering of luck (á la Napoleon's generals) will be required," McMahon says.

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