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    Who do you think will start I hope Walker does and of course Scotty.

    Goalkeepers: Carson (Bursaspor), Hart (Man City), Stockdale (Ipswich).
    Defenders: Baines (Everton), Cahill (Bolton), Cole (Chelsea), Jagielka (Everton), Jones (Man Utd), Richards (Man City), Terry (captain, Chelsea), Walker (Tottenham).
    Midfielders: Barry (Man City), Downing *(Liverpool), Johnson (Man City), Lampard (Chelsea), Milner (Man City), Parker (Tottenham), Walcott (Scum), Young (Man Utd).
    Strikers: Bent (Aston Villa), Carroll (Liverpool), Rooney (Man Utd), Welbeck (Man Utd), Zamora (Fulham).

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    Walker Cahill Terry Cole
    Downing Lampard Parker Young
    Welbeck Rooney


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    I think Walker deserves a start but Capello will probably play either Richards or Jones there.

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    Richards and jones are both natural central defenders though so I hope walker can edge it

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    Wants to see walker and Stockdale

    And a win would be cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by TehLondoner View Post
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    Richards and jones are both natural central defenders though so I hope walker can edge it
    Definitely are but both have played full back for their clubs at times this season (Richards has done it for a couple years now), Jones in particular has done very well there. Also Smalling played RB the last match and I think if he was fit he would start over Walker. Personally I think Walker is the future at RB, if it was up to me I would start him, but I ain't Capello unfortunately....

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    Adam Johnson ahead of Downing for me

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    -------------------Hart----------------
    ---Walker----Cahill-----Terry-----Baines
    -------------Parker---Barry-----------
    A. Johnson--------------------A. Young
    ----------------Rooney---------------
    -------------------Bent---------------

    subs: Welbeck, Downing, and Walcott or Carroll

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    I think Jones will get the nod ahead of Walker on the grounds he can defend better.

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    I think phil jones and terry is central defense and cole walker on the sides on form alone. Cahill hssn't cut it and neither has Richards imo.

    And fabio says he will be picking the team based on form.

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    What will be amusing is when Glen Johnson comes back from injury. He is surely no longer an automatic choice at RB and may well have slipped to as low as number 3 or 4 in the pecking order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnaThor View Post
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    -------------------Hart----------------
    ---Walker----Cahill-----Terry-----Baines
    -------------Parker---Barry-----------
    A. Johnson--------------------A. Young
    ----------------Rooney---------------
    -------------------Bent---------------

    subs: Welbeck, Downing, and Walcott or Carroll

    Can't disagree too much with this.

    Personally, I'd go for Jones ahead of Walker and Welbeck ahead of Bent.

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    how can barry play for english national team? hes utter crap imo.

    the rest looks very good to me however I would switch lampard with barry

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    'We owe the nation' according to John Terry. No, actually, you owe the nation by fooking off to retirement along with Stevie G and Fat Frank.

    Terry targets Euro 2012 success to make up for England failures | Mail Online

    Anyway, I'm sure the irony of the pix below won't be lost on anyone in here.

    Me? I find it priceless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivron View Post
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    'We owe the nation' according to John Terry. No, actually, you owe the nation by fooking off to retirement along with Stevie G and Fat Frank.

    Terry targets Euro 2012 success to make up for England failures | Mail Online

    Anyway, I'm sure the irony of the pix below won't be lost on anyone in here.

    Me? I find it priceless.

    he sure did burn his bridges with some..

    i assume this pic was taken before it was known to us all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivron View Post
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    Can't disagree too much with this.

    Personally, I'd go for Jones ahead of Walker and Welbeck ahead of Bent.
    As much as i like Baines... you can't have him ahead of Cole. Apart from Lahm he's probably the best LB in the world.

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