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1 Player that you wish was given a chance at World Cup 2018 (that almost definitely isnt going)
PogbaTekkerz 3 months ago
Manchester United, England 3 89

There is so much talent in the world nowadays...and in england especially there are a lot of players...most young but not all...that i would love to see at the world cup
For example for England:
Troy Deeney
Nathan Ake
Ruben Loftus-cheek (might be going)
the list goes on....
are there any players that you would like to see play for your country at the world cup?

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_Gonzi_ 3 months ago Edited
Juventus, Argentina 2 1886

icardi
paredes
kranevitter
lautaro martinez
meza

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icardi and kranevitter

icardi and kranevitter and lautaro martinez and meza and paredes

_Gonzi_ 3 months ago Edited
Juventus, Argentina 2 1886

the players you mentioned i guess would be okay to see but they're all average

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the players you mentioned i guess would be okay but they're all average

kenkichiotaka 3 months ago Edited
Manchester United, Japan 47 1891

I don't think you'll know these players but I'm still gonna mention them anyway. lol
Ritsu Douan (never played a single game for the national team despite showing great form in Dutch league)
Yoshinori Muto(Hasn't been called up for Japan for a while)
Tatsuya Ito (never called up for Japan)

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I don't think you'll know these players but I'm still gonna mention them anyway. lol
Ritsu Douan
Shoya Nakajima
Yoshinori Muto
Tatsuya Ito

SunFlash 3 months ago
Manchester United, USA 15 2876

Ander Herrera. Good luck getting into the shortlist for by far the best midfield in the world.

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PogbaTekkerz 3 months ago
Manchester United, England 3 89

Good suggestions...never heard most of them but keep them coming anyway:)

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Emobot7 3 months ago
350 8735

Canada isn't going to world cup, so I can't speak for my country but yeah, I'm going to agree with Sun, its a damn shame Ander Herrera propably won't be part of Spanish NT, that guys is very under-rated. Too bad Isco will propably be first choice, eh sun? :P

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_Gonzi_ 3 months ago Edited
Juventus, Argentina 2 1886

ander herrera couldn't hit the side of a barn door if it was a meter away. im shocked for someone who plays in mid he has 0 creativity. The only things that save him are workrate and "passion". and passion which mostly results in tackles you would see in sunday league. essentially, alongside fellaini, he's perfect for Man united's current boring football.

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ander herrera couldn't hit the side of a barn door if it was a meter away. im shocked for someone who plays in mid he has 0 creativity. The only things that save him are workrate and "passion". and passion which mostly results in tackles you would see in sunday league. essentially , alongside fellaini, he s perfect for Man united's current boring football.

kenkichiotaka 3 months ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1891

Ander Herrera is good with man marking though. Jk, yea he's quite average but I do rate him though, his workrate is good and he is not too bad defensively. lol

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srk_rox 3 months ago
Liverpool 2 239

When Ander Herrera was in Bilbao, I was sure he was a world class in making..

I was really uncomfortable seeing him linked with Man Utd.

He had a great first season with Man Utd, then didn't really have much breakthroughs.

I would love to see his usual self in the near future.

Coming to the forum question,It's definitely Alex Oxlade Chamberlain for me. He has taken his levels up both in attacking as well as defending. I am sure Southgate would have had concrete plans for him in world cup had he not injured his knees

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iHEARTfootball 3 months ago
Manchester United 32 572

Herrera's a decent midfielder at best. Certainly not in the same caliber as Pogba or Matic, however.

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Croatian 3 months ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1309

Germans and Spanish have a lot of those players, aswell as French.

@kenkichiotaka, they're quality players, Ito is carrying HSV on his back and Muto is doing quite decent at Mainz, why are they not called up?

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Eden17Hazard17 3 months ago
Chelsea FC 150 3955

Most likely will be going, but Azpilicueta probably won't be starting which baffles me.

Can think of many who probably won't be going. There are a lot of Spanish, French and German players in particular who won't be going because their national pools are stacked, but are still top class.

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kenkichiotaka 3 months ago
Manchester United, Japan 47 1891

@Croatian The previous manager Halilhodzic didn’t rate them, but since he’s just been sacked by the FA recently, I hope the new manager gives them chances to play in friendly games before the world cup!

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Ledley 3 months ago
Celtic, Australia 1 319

Ibrahimovic made himself available but wasn’t selected !

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the_bald_genius 3 months ago
6 876

angel correa - Atletico madrid/argentina

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legends16 3 months ago
Chelsea, England 37 668

Alex Sandro - Juve/Brazil

Super pleased that Loftus-Cheek got his call up btw

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Ledley 3 months ago
Celtic, Australia 1 319

Also #2 Ryan Sessegnon. Plays for Fulham in the English Championship.

Gareth Southgate taking no gambles.

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Croatian 3 months ago
Bayern Munich, Croatia 23 1309

^^ I wouldn't take that gamble either. I mean, Sessegnon is super good for his age but in the end he didn't play single game in PL. I'd honestly take Albrighton over him too.

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raimondo90 3 months ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2411

David Villa would be my pick, even as sub for Spain would be great to see him again.

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