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England Squad Announcement

Gareth Southgate has named his England squad for the upcoming Nations League fixture against Spain and friendly against Switzerland, so what conclusions can we draw? The Squad Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Alex McCarthy (Southampton) Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Harry Maguire (Leicester City) Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), Luke

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England suffer Ox Blow

It’s 7 weeks until the start of the World Cup and international managers are dreading their players calling them the day after limping out of a game. Yesterday Gareth Southgate received one such call from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and now has an extra selection headache. For the player who’s reinvented himself as a dynamic central midfielder

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Who makes the plane?

That’s it the next time England get together their 23 man World Cup squad will have been announced. Gareth Southgate has opted to make his final squad early rather than naming a provisional squad and then whittling it down to a final 23. Southgate explained this was to make England’s training camp a performance camp

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England v Italy preview

After beating Holland last Friday England continue their World Cup preparations with a date at Wembley against another fallen superpower of world football; Italy. Whereas Holland and in full rebuild mode under Ronald Koeman, Italy arrive at Wembley with much the same veteran squad that failed to qualify for the World Cup now under the

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The Cut Candidates

With less than a 100 days to the World Cup which England regulars should be looking over their shoulder? Joe Hart (75 Caps) He hasn’t played a Premier League game since November and West Ham are out of the cup, so where does that leave Hart with England? Jordan Pickford made an impressive England debut

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England’s attacking midfield options

The key department in the England squad, right now England’s senior team doesn’t have a central midfield unit to match the craft and guile of France, Spain or Germany. But the advanced midfielders and wingers provide a threat to worry the best with pace and skill. Dele Alli- A world class number 10 in the making

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