It’s the final leg of the Tour in Germany. And there’s only a few days for Harry and John to get the team ready to take on our arch rivals in their own back yard. After checking into their Hotel in the Bavarian Alps, Harry receives the German Team Sheet – and it’s not a pretty read. This year’s team has got over 500 caps and they’ve brought in a Secret Weapon in the form of Thomas Hassler. With over 100 caps of his own, Hassler featured in the winning German squads of the World Cup in 1990 and the Euros in 1996. Harry’s team are going to have to step up their game big time! Penalties are England’s Achilles Heel but Harry and John have a few tricks up their sleeve to help the Lads improve. John thinks the Lads need to learn how to keep a cool head and handle their fear, so arranges for the Team to try out the Bobsleigh track at Konigssee. Reaching speeds of up to 90 miles an hour, the Boys could hit 5G – more than a Formula 1 Racing Driver. Whilst a few of the Lads opt out, nobody can believe it when 72-year-old Harry puts his hand up. With the fear of the match going to penalties hanging over their head, Harry brings in a German Psychologist who thinks he’s got the magic formula for making sure the ball hits the back of the net. All you have to do it clench your left fist apparently…. The Lads aren’t that impressed and when the technique fails to deliver, Harry’s worried the Psychologist is a spy for the German Veterans Team! Finally, it’s time for the Ex-England Legends to take on the Germans at Wacker Arena in Burghausen. Luckily for Harry, he’s managed to recruit Manchester United legend, Teddy Sheringham, so the team finally has its missing Striker. The question is, who will win: England or Germany?
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