Stoke City’s Robert Huth has taken a shot at England manager Roy Hodgson for his continued decision to not select defensive partner Ryan Shawcross to the national team, Daily Star reports.
The 27-year-old English defender has only one cap for the Three Lions, an appearances that dates back two years, as Huth questions why the manager doesn’t take the time to watch him play.
He said: “Staggering! Everything has been said really. If he never comes to watch a game, there’s not much we can do.”
With the team losing a host of centre-backs throughout the years, the Potter’s chairman Peter Coates is also wondering why the club’s player of the year last season isn’t getting a call up for his second cap.
Manchester United duo Phil Jones as well as Chris Smalling are out injured, Rio Ferdinand and John Terry have retired, while Everton’s Phil Jagielka has yet to find his international form, prompting questions to why the Stoke centre-back is constantly overlooked.
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