There are some players that are almost sure of playing all games as long as they are fit. For the top sides, they include the following.
For Premier League champions, there is David Luiz. The Brazilian is an undroppableas he is expected to combine with skipper Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta in defence. He is the balanced of the three as Cahill lacks pace and Azpilicueta is not far from the ground. N’GoloKante could rival him for the undroppbale tag but the middle is set to get interesting with the proposed acquisitions and options.
At Arsenal, defender Laurent Koscielny earns that tag. Nacho Montreal and PetrCech are close rivals but the French player easily wins it.
Roy Hodgson claimed that he is undecided as to whether picking Wayne Rooney for the final group match against Slovakia. After a late winner against Wales in the previous game, England are now in a good position to qualify from the group and enter into the knockout stages.
Following a 1-1 draw with Russia in the opening game, there was a danger of England failing to get out of the group stages at a major tournament once again. There was a sea change in the attitude of the England attack towards the end of the game against Wales. Continue Reading “Hodgson Still Unsure on Rooney”→
Raheem Sterling has been regarded as one of the brightest young prospects to come from the Liverpool youth academy since the days of Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher. He made his debut for the England national team in 2012 when they were under the management of Roy Hodgson, but Sterling has been unable to live up to the expectations consistently during this period.
This led to his absence from the Liverpool team and subsequently the national team. He now appears to have found the mojo back, as he has been putting in impressive performances for Brendan Rodgers’ team.