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Gareth Barry Gets England Call - Still No Young

Gareth Barry Gets England Call - Still No Young

Gareth Barry has again been called up into the England squad. Looks like he is now an established England regular. Surprising to see that Ashley Young still has no call up but it is only a matter of patience, his time will come surely?

The forthcoming World Cup qualifier games are England v Kazakhstan on Saturday 11 Oct at Wembley (on ITV, 5:15pm kick off) and Belarus v England Wednesday 15 Oct 2008 (live on Setanta, (9:30pm local time) at Dinamo Stadium, Minsk

Full squad:

David James, Portsmouth
Scott Carson, West Brom
Robert Green, West Ham United
Wayne Bridge, Chelsea
Wes Brown, Manchester United
Ashley Cole, Chelsea
Rio Ferdinand, Man Utd
Glen Johnson, Portsmouth
John Terry, Chelsea
Matthew Upson, West Ham
Joleon Lescott, Everton
Gareth Barry, Aston Villa
David Beckham, LA Galaxy
Stewart Downing, Middlesbrough
Steven Gerrard, Liverpool
Jermaine Jenas, Tottenham Hotspur
Frank Lampard, Chelsea
Shaun Wright-Phillips, Manchester City
Theo Walcott, Arsenal
Peter Crouch, Portsmouth
Jermain Defoe, Portsmouth
Emile Heskey, Wigan
Wayne Rooney, Man Utd



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Monday October 6 2008
Time: 10:03AM

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What is Capello playing at?
UpTheHolte
06/10/2008 10:49:00
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He doesn't fancy Young, same way he doesn't fancy Carrick. Capello likes his players to keep the ball and pass it around, Young likes to take people on, against T & T he lost the ball most of the time. I think that's had a lasting impression on capello.
neilav182
06/10/2008 12:20:00
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You can't blame Capello - he has watched Young - and he watched him again on Sunday against Chelsea - the lad just has to deliver consistently against quality opposition, and he'll get his chance. I wouldn't argue against many of Capello's choices for the squad to be honest, other than perhaps Jenas, who was playing well, but has been dragged down to the same level as the rest of the Spurs team at the moment. I presume Hargreaves must have been injured, or else i'd pick him over Jenas every time.
YatesyVillain
07/10/2008 04:22:00
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Young is ... still only young, he has plenty of time and does need to get more consistency as Yatesy says. Be nice to see him start to gain experience in the full squad though.
The Fear
07/10/2008 16:36:00
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Congratulations to Gareth Barry, but why no Ashley Young? I just cannot understand it.
glensider
02/11/2008 23:20:00
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Capello has to be fully aware of his (Youngs) talent though YatesyVillain, he must be getting regular feedback from his assistants, even if Ashley fails to really turn it on when Capello is in attendance.
glensider
02/11/2008 23:22:00
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