The FA tweeted a glorious photo today - a sign for this summer if Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard inspire the rays of light?
The picture captured the statue of the great Bobby Moore looking out at Wembley towards a wonderful rainbow.
Hopefully there will be a pot of gold or the World Cup trophy rather for England in Brazil this summer. There isn't much more that can get you in the mood for the international tournament than seeing footage or even remembering Bobby Moore in action for England, if you're old enough. He represented a proud Englishman, and a great leader who inspired a nation.
A World Cup helps unite this nation, and patriotism is at a high during the tournament, Emotions run high, and we all hope that we can replicate the success of Bobby and the rest of the 1966 squad. Perhaps 2014 won't be our year, but the dream will always be kept alive and you can always hope that the greatest prize in football can be ours once again.
West Ham United today announced plans for the sale and redevelopment of their Boleyn Ground in Upton Park, and there are talks for it to include a memorial garden dedicated to Bobby Moore. Even when West Ham have moved onto the Olympic Stadium they still want a connection, and a presence at their old site.
Roberta Moore, Bobby's daughter said, "I have always believed that there should be some form of permanent West Ham United presence at the Boleyn Ground site after the team leave and I'm really pleased that the centre point of the development is planned to be named in honour of my father."
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