The Top 10 Starlets who could force out England’s old guard

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  • Matt
    4 years ago

    I would add Tom Cleverley from United to that list. Amazing propsect.

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  • Jack Hotspur
    4 years ago

    Rodwell, Wilshere, Hart, Richards and Johnson will do in the future. Ashley Young, Milner, Dawson, Lennon and Huddlestone should be in the mix in the much closer future.

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  • Andy
    4 years ago

    There is certainly the talent out there to take over from the old guard – just remains to be seen whether they will go on to fulfill said promise! [frantically touching wood] A few names from tottenhams squad and academy also spring to mind, and will surely be in and around the england squads of the future: Kyle Naughton and Kyle Walker – both flying wing/full backs; Jake Livermore – CM/CDM; Jon Bostock – CM/CAM: Andros Townsend – Winger.

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  • Robby Bobson
    4 years ago

    …”it remains to be seen whether Carroll can score goals at the highest level, having only hit the back of the net in the Championship for the Toon thus far”

    So the three premiership goals he got in the limited games in Newcastles relegation season dont count then?

    I think the players listed will turn out to be great players but there seems to be a huge gulf of talent between 23-28, which is a shame because it means those who havent performed for the past 8 years probably get another go at the euros.

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  • Nick
    4 years ago

    @ Robby Bobson; “there seems to be a huge gulf of talent between 23-28″. apart from Rooney, Milner, A. Young, Agbonlahor, Jagielka, Shawcross, G. Cahill, Huddlestone, O’hara, Downing, Lennon, Defoe, D. Bent, C. Cole, Baines, G. Johnson, Foster, Lescott and probably quite a few others that I’ve not thought of. Yeah, apart from them, there is something of a gulf, good point.

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  • Rorton
    4 years ago

    Nick, half those players you mention are not good enough to be top international footballers and never will be. But, yeah, sure, good point well made. Endless supplies of talent in that list!

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  • Lee
    4 years ago

    Does Danny Welbeck not count? I’m a gooner but I think he’s the best prospect in this country, dare I say it, at the best club (yh, I am really a gooner!)

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  • CamdenSpur
    4 years ago

    Danny Rose will end up being a decent Championship player – he’ll never play for England though. Andros Townsend is a much brighter prospect from Spurs.

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  • Robby Bobson
    4 years ago

    Well done you named a list of players who wouldnt cut it at international level. There are those who are there at the moment like Lennon Milner and Rooney but can you really see the rest replacing the “golden generation” for the qualifiers and euros.

    I doubt it.

    Rodwell, Wilshere, Johnson, Hart look almost certain be be better than the players you just mentioned and Gerrard, Lamparrd, Ashley Cole are better than the players you mentioned, so yes i think there is a gulf.

    Unless the players in this list and promising youngsters below 23 all flop, then we just have national team of very average players.

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  • Daz
    4 years ago

    Hart, Dawson and Huddlestone need to be at the centre of all other additions to the squad during the qualifiers for the Euros… they represent the future.
    Despite what the people in the media say, we do have the talent – it’s just that half the time the wrong players miss out on the big squads. It shouldn’t keep happening with successive managers.

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