England Euro 2016 Squad

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  1. marl0we

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    Who would you take and who do you think Hodgson will take?

    I would go for:

    Hart, Forster, Heaton;
    Rose, Smalling, Cahill, Walker, Clyne, Stones, Shawcross;
    Milner, Dier, Alli, Albrighton, Barkley, Drinkwater, Lallana, Antonio;
    Kane, Vardy, Rooney, Defoe, Sturridge

    But I think Shawcross, Albrighton, Antonio, and Defoe will miss out and Jagielka, Sterling, Henderson, and Walcott will go.
     
  2. Stato

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    Shawcross won't go cos of his one bad game against Sweden, but i agree he should go, id take jagielka over stones.
    Antonio is very inconsistent from what i have seen but you could make a good argument for him over Sterling.
    and i agree about Defoe id take him to the Euros too, but it would be in place of Rooney for me(I know this will never happen) and take another midfielder no need for 5 forwards.
     
  3. prestonibbo_mcfc

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    I for one am glad you're not England manager, then.
     
  4. TonyM

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    You'd go with Rooney? He's beyond crap. I'd take Carroll instead.

    I'd also go with Roberts ahead of Sterling. Roberts is the future for England so begin preparing him. (Every squad should have 1 or 2 very young players)

    Shouldn't Noble be in there too as a nuisance midfielder?
     
  5. manctheknife

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    A nuisance to us or the opposition?
     
  6. marl0we

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    Rooney wouldn't be in my starting eleven but he's decent back-up in a number of positions (which Carroll is not). He's also very experienced, capable of playing at a very high standard (though he hasn't shown it recently), and I believe quite popular within the squad.

    I hadn't considered Roberts but you might be onto something there. He's definitely on great form, but he hasn't played much this season (or ever) and he's only played in poor leagues. I don't think he can rival any of the wide midfielders I've got already.

    I did think about Noble (and Carrick, Henderson, Delph, Wilshere ...) but central midfield is pretty well covered with Dier, Drinkwater, Alli, Barkley, Milner and even Rooney all capable of playing there.
     
  7. citytill1die84

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    Wellshit out for 9 months boy it didn't look that bad he even got up and walked off.

    England currently blessed up top I still think Midfield and defence are a little week.

    I'd take Defoe above Wooney, no doubt Beckenbauer Jones will go after a nothing season. Players like Noble deserve a go.
     
  8. Gundogan's Moustache

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    Hart
    Forster
    Heaton

    Rose
    Bertrand
    Smalling
    Cahill
    Stones
    Jagielka
    Walker
    Clyne


    Dier
    Alli
    Drinkwater
    Noble
    Barkley
    Sterling
    Walcott
    Lallana

    Vardy
    Sturridge
    Kane
    Rooney
     
  9. Wreckless Alec

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    Makes a place for Rashford!
     
  10. citytill1die84

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    "I Swear you'll never see anything like this ever
    Ye probably mate ha. Rumours it was between him and Walcott though.
     

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