BRAZIL BEAT: Cheering England from the air

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England national soccer team players Raheem Sterling, right, and Frank Lampard listen to a question from a journalist during a press conference after a squad training session that was closed to the media for the 2014 soccer World Cup at the Urca military base in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)SAO PAULO (AP) — One London-based flight crew on British Airways traveling to Sao Paulo just missed getting to watch England’s World Cup opening match against Italy, as they were flying during the game Saturday and didn’t have an in-air broadcast.

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