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garethwrexy
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Goalkeepers
Robert Green, Joe Hart, David James
Defenders
Jamie Carragher, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand, Glen Johnson, Ledley King, John Terry, Matthew Upson, Stephen Warnock
Midfielders
Gareth Barry, Michael Carrick, Joe Cole, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Aaron Lennon, James Milner, Shaun Wright-Phillips
Forwards
Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe, Emile Heskey, Wayne Rooney



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villahopper
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So much for picking players who are fit and in form


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So much for picking players who are fit and in form


You`ve got Heskey in Tongue



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Isaac
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I don't think Carragher should be going having previously 'retired', but having sat back and watched everyone else get us through the qualifiers he now decides he wants some glory


DavetheGlassboy
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So much for picking players who are fit and in form


I agree. Only players that would have been able to play in a game today should have been selected. Too often we've suffered from taking injured players to tournaments.



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buncranaboy
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Jun 2, 2010, 12:20 AM

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I don't think Carragher should be going having previously 'retired', but having sat back and watched everyone else get us through the qualifiers he now decides he wants some glory



And he's gonna find that where ?Tongue


grumpydwarf
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Jun 2, 2010, 7:58 AM

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Mr Buncrana`s cynical final comment leads me nicely into asking what do posters feel success is for this England squad; my feeling is that to be classed as a success we have to reach the semi-finals; anything less is a failure...the final stage would be a tremendous bonus


leohoenig
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When one looks at the names in the squad, it is difficult to over do the optimism. The back five (including keeper), however constituted looks fragile, liable to be outmanouvred by players with invention and flare. The forwards lack punch, the midfield lacks guile. And yet this is a solid enough unit and should easily make it until the going starts to get tough - depending on how the opposition does, we can reach the quarter or semi finals.

The team should be well marshalled by Capello, and ready for the competition - and cannot see many alternative choices that would do better than those picked.



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Mr Buncrana`s cynical final comment leads me nicely into asking what do posters feel success is for this England squad; my feeling is that to be classed as a success we have to reach the semi-finals; anything less is a failure...the final stage would be a tremendous bonus

Winning it. Who was it who said first is first, second is nowhere?



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villahopper
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Mr Buncrana`s cynical final comment leads me nicely into asking what do posters feel success is for this England squad; my feeling is that to be classed as a success we have to reach the semi-finals; anything less is a failure...the final stage would be a tremendous bonus


Getting through the whole tournament without shagging someone else's wife would be success


buncranaboy
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Mr Buncrana`s cynical final comment leads me nicely into asking what do posters feel success is for this England squad; my feeling is that to be classed as a success we have to reach the semi-finals; anything less is a failure...the final stage would be a tremendous bonus


Getting through the whole tournament without shagging someone else's wife would be success



Isn't that a little too much insight into your private life ? Casey Jones would never have stooped so low Tongue


Isaac
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Hopefully Mr Cappelo will ensure there is no distraction from the WAG's.

I think anything less than winning the damn thing will be a failure, at very least beaten finalists and winning that rather pointless game for third place.


grumpydwarf
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personally I found his selection very worrying; I would not have selected Barry; he won`t be fit for the first game at least and then he probably won`t be up to speed; I would not have even comtemplated Ledley King as his lack of training/fitness must be in question; I would not have selected Heskey or Warnock; Bent has a good goal scoring record this season; has Heskey? Warnock has little or no experience at this level, whereas Baines did at least feature in the warm up games; still I wish Capello all the best and hope my fears are proved wrong.


jrev61
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Winning a penalty shootout would constitute success as far as I'm concerned, especially if it's against Portugal or Germany.



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Winning a penalty shootout would constitute success as far as I'm concerned, especially if it's against Portugal or Germany.

Now you're asking for miracles!! Tongue



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AussieWhoosh
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Winning the World Cup would be the only way to be classed succesful.
But unfortunately for England, there is AUSTRALIA standing in its way. Once we whoop the Germans, Serbs and the Ghanians, then we will walk to the final against further meagre opposition. Do we fear anyone..yes..only NEW ZEALAND

Cheers,

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leohoenig
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Winning the World Cup would be the only way to be classed succesful.
But unfortunately for England, there is AUSTRALIA standing in its way. Once we whoop the Germans, Serbs and the Ghanians, then we will walk to the final against further meagre opposition. Do we fear anyone..yes..only NEW ZEALAND

Cheers,

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Darren,
your moniker says it all , you will soon be out .
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villahopper
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personally I found his selection very worrying; I would not have selected Barry; he won`t be fit for the first game at least and then he probably won`t be up to speed; I would not have even comtemplated Ledley King as his lack of training/fitness must be in question; I would not have selected Heskey or Warnock; Bent has a good goal scoring record this season; has Heskey? Warnock has little or no experience at this level, whereas Baines did at least feature in the warm up games; still I wish Capello all the best and hope my fears are proved wrong.


Warnock I dont understand as he has been poor for Villa in the run in. But a few papers have been reporting Baines has said he didnt want to travel as he feared he would get homesick. If thats the case then I can see why he has taken Warnock. As for Heskey. Well to be honest his last dozen or so games for Villa he has played well. He will never get lots of goals but thats not his game. So to suggest Bent instead in my mind is comparing eggs with oranges. He played the entire qualifying campaign so obviously Capello is a fan. But hey us internet warriors know much more about football than him


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I don't think Carragher should be going having previously 'retired', but having sat back and watched everyone else get us through the qualifiers he now decides he wants some glory


Bit harsh on Carragher.

I understood Capello took a long, hard look at the players he'd used through the qualifying campaign and decided he had to ask Jamie C to come out of international retirement for the Finals. It probably says more about the lack of top class defenders from the Premier League available to the England Boss .


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But a few papers have been reporting Baines has said he didnt want to travel as he feared he would get homesick

If that is true then at least Baines deserves some credit for his honesty. I was surprised that Spain decided that Jesus Navas would be a suitable member of their squad - if he travels more than 50 miles from Sevilla he seems to get nauseous.



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Full England World Cup squad numbers
1. David James
2. Glen Johnson
3. Ashley Cole
4. Steven Gerrard
5. Rio Ferdinand
6. John Terry
7. Aaron Lennon
8. Frank Lampard
9. Peter Crouch
10. Wayne Rooney
11. Joe Cole
12. Robert Green
13. Stephen Warnock
14. Gareth Barry
15. Matthew Upson
16. James Milner
17. Shaun Wright-Phillips
18. Jamie Carragher
19. Jermain Defoe
20. Ledley King
21. Emile Heskey
22. Michael Carrick
23. Joe Hart



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villahopper
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But a few papers have been reporting Baines has said he didnt want to travel as he feared he would get homesick

If that is true then at least Baines deserves some credit for his honesty. I was surprised that Spain decided that Jesus Navas would be a suitable member of their squad - if he travels more than 50 miles from Sevilla he seems to get nauseous.


100% agree. At least he has put himself and his family ahead of anything else and in this day and age that should be applauded


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As for Heskey. Well to be honest his last dozen or so games for Villa he has played well. He will never get lots of goals but thats not his game. /reply]

I love this sort of excuse for an overrated underperforming donkey. Although in fairness I couldn't do much if I was pulling a cart behind me.

No, the excuse reminds me of what Barry Mcguigan said about Audrey Harrison, "there's nothing wrong with one man not wanting to punch another. Unless you're a boxer"


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So would you have taken Bent instead and if so do you think he is capable of scoring goals at international level?



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