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who do u think given a good season could break thro into capellos squadJack Wilshere, guy is unbelievable (no hype)if theo went at 17 pmsl Wilshere should have a seat on the plane reserved now

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Theo went 'cause Sven was being a muppet.Would be nice if England birthed a world star in SA though as long as we went all the way.

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Wilshere & maybe Welbeck but I dunno how much he will play this season.Delfouneso is good too. Sturridge if he has a good season at Chelsea.

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can see sturridge decent player, dunno if he will get the games thorodwell as well

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Chelsea still have Shevchenko/Drogba/Anelka/Pizarro/Kalou, unless two are sold i don't really see sturridge playing that much. But who knows.

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Only currently uncapped players I could see going to the World Cup would be Milner, Wilshere or Sturridge.An outside chance for Gary Cahill and Davies if theres a few injuries at the back and they have good seasons. Likewise with Cattermole and a few injuries in midfield.

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Only currently uncapped players I could see going to the World Cup would be Milner, Wilshere or Sturridge.
would hate to see this , no offence tho jj
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Chelsea still have Shevchenko/Drogba/Anelka/Pizarro/Kalou, unless two are sold i don't really see sturridge playing that much. But who knows.
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Wilshire Welbeck depending on playing time this season and Catermole depending on Hargreaves' fitnessi dont wanna jump on the wilshire bandwagon but the guy is abit special

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Wilshire Welbeck depending on playing time this season
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Doubt on Welbeck, if anyone it will be Jack.

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what is hargreeves even still alive

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Anyone seriously think Welbeck has done anything on the levels of Wiltshire?WTF

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Anyone seriously think Welbeck has done anything on the levels of Wiltshire?WTF
to be completely honest welbeck has done more. he has played more competitive 1st team games and scored more goals.u cant assess wilshere off what hes done in the reserves and in friendlies if ur not gonna do the same for welbeck.they both have vast potential though.back on topic i think sturridge, welbeck and maybe james milner. 1 of those 3 will be going
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Welbeck couldn't even shine vers Urakine under 19s so how is he meant to do it for England?Be real - Welbeck is good player but he wont ever be superstar, name me one player Englands produced that has the movement and skill of Wilshire? none.. because he is just like a Brazilian.Welbecks come and go, Nile Ranger is better than Welbeck, Frazier Campbell, Ebanks-Blake, Jerome Thomas, Pennant, Ameobi all examples of young black strikers who were quick but thats all they was and faded into backgroundNo sports presenter is even on the Welbeck vibe since 07, why? becuase hes no different to them names mentionedYou look at Wilshire and think f*ck*ng hell is this boy british? WOW WOW we could seriously win the world cup with him

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Wilshere is special, which might mean Fabio will break his 'you must be playing regularly' criteria to take him as the 23rd man, just like Rooney/Walcott/Owen/Richards who all got fast tracked into the senior side (with varying levels of success).The rest of them aren't nearly talented enough to warrant him doing that IMO. Unless theres an injury crisis of course - which is always likely.

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20 future stars, guardian article

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/blog/2008/nov/13/1Quote:England's future stars: 20 to watchGuardian writers pick their best 20 players in England who are 18 or underJose Baxter, 16EvertonStrikerSaid to be better than Wayne Rooney at 14. Bootle-born, he left school last summer and joined the Everton first-team squad that toured Switzerland and the US. Made his competitive senior debut with a substitute appearance at home to Blackburn in August, becoming Everton's youngest first-team player.Mark Beevers, 18Sheffield WednesdayDefenderLast season's supporters' player of the year at Hillsborough, the centre-half has signed a contract to keep him at Wednesday until 2012. He stands 6ft 4in tall, is deceptively quick across the turf and strong in the air, and has already attracted interest from Premier League clubs.John Bostock, 16Tottenham HotspurMidfielderCrystal Palace's youngest player when he made his debut at 15 years 287 days last season before his controversial summer move to Spurs for an initial £700,000. Tall, elegant and visionary, the attacking midfielder became Tottenham's youngest player, at 16 years 295 days, against Dinamo Zagreb.Nathan Delfouneso, 17Aston VillaStrikerThe 6ft 1in Birmingham-born striker made his first-team debut earlier this season in the Uefa Cup against Hafnarfjorour and scored a hat-trick on his first appearance for the England Under-17s in October 2007. A regular in reserve and academy sides, for whom he has been a prolific scorer.Fabian Delph, 18Leeds UnitedMidfielderKen Bates laughed off Newcastle United's £1m bid for a dynamic talent currently not only making his mark in League One but who has just broken into Stuart Pearce's England Under-21 squad. Arsenal and Manchester United are also seriously interested, but his value has risen closer to £6m.Daniel Drinkwater, 18Manchester UnitedMidfielderTwo-footed and boasting a fine passing range, Drinkwater has been with the club since he was nine. The young Mancunian's progress was hindered by injury last year, but he remains highly regarded and is an England Under-19 international who looks likely to grace the Premier League.Jordan Henderson, 18SunderlandMidfielderAn elusive right-sided midfielder or deep-lying forward, and equally happy in the hole or drifting wide right, the Wearside-born Henderson caught the eye of England's leading clubs during Sunderland's run to the FA Youth Cup semi-finals last season. He made his first senior start against Blackburn last night.Gavin Hoyte, 18ArsenalDefenderYounger brother of the former Arsenal full-back, Justin, the defender joined the club at nine and has proved quick, athletic and astute both at right-back and centre-half. A regular with the England Under-19s and in Arsène Wenger's Carling Cup side that enjoyed wins over Sheffield United and Wigan.Henri Lansbury, 18ArsenalMidfielderStrongly built and powerful yet creative on the ball and a goal threat, the England Under-17 midfielder has been at Arsenal since he was nine and has recovered from the glandular fever that frustrated his progress in the second half of last season to feature in the Carling Cup this term.Josh McEachran, 15ChelseaMidfielderA skilful left-footed midfielder whom Chelsea have retained despite persistent interest from Manchester United. He can play on the left or right and has already impressed Luiz Felipe Scolari at Stamford Bridge as he furthers his development in the youth sides. Has been captain of the England Under-16s.Jacob Mellis, 17ChelseaMidfielderThe England Under-19 international signed from Sheffield United in the summer of 2007 and has since been employed everywhere from attacking midfield - scoring twice against Liverpool reserves recently - to full-back and centre-half within the Chelsea academy set-up.Victor Moses, 17Crystal PalaceForwardBorn in Nigeria but resident in the UK since he was five, the graduate of Palace's academy broke into the first-team last season and has since signeda four-year professional contract at Selhurst Park. Strong, skilful and quick, he has maintained his progress this term.Nile Ranger, 17Newcastle UnitedStrikerThe word among Newcastle United's youth and reserve ranks is "Ranger is the danger". The prolific striker, spirited north from Southampton's youth set-up, has sat on the first team bench a few times already this season and is tipped for Shearer-esque scoring feats.Jack Rodwell, 17EvertonCentral defender/midfielderSenior debut came as a substitute against Alkmaar at the age of 16 years 284 days, making him the youngest ever Everton player to appear in Europe. A current Under-19 international often compared to Rio Ferdinand, he is strong, quick and assured. Has made eight first-team appearances this season.Freddie Sears, 18West Ham UnitedForwardA run of 25 goals in 24 matches for the youths and reserves forced him into the first-team set-up last season, and it took the striker just five minutes and 16 seconds to score his first senior goal, the winner against Blackburn in March. He has featured regularly this term under Gianfranco Zola.Jonjo Shelvey, 16Charlton AthleticMidfielderThe club's youngest player, debuting at 16 years 59 days against Barnsley in April, he had made his mark as a goalscoring midfielder in the youth and reserves set-up at the Valley. He captained the England Under-16s in their 2007 Victory Shield campaign, scoring three goals in as many games.Danny Welbeck, 17Manchester UnitedStrikerSkilful, strong and pacy with a prolific scoring record for the United junior sides. Sir Alex Ferguson likens the slightly unorthodox Welbeck to Portsmouth's Nwankwo Kanu and has said "Danny has marvellous things about him." An Under-19 international who has trained with the first team.Aidan White, 17Leeds UnitedDefenderThe full-back, who boasts a fine left foot and decent pace, made his debut earlier this season in the Carling Cup defeat of Crystal Palace and was given a standing ovation upon being substituted. He is now making regular appearances in the League One club's first-team set-up.Jack Wilshere, 16ArsenalMidfielderEye-catching performances in the Carling Cup this season and Arsenal's youngest league debutant, at 16 years 256 days, when he came on against Blackburn in September. He scored his first senior goal in the 6-0 rout of Sheffield United and had a fine game against Wigan on Tuesday.Michael Woods, 18ChelseaMidfielderPlucked from Leeds United's academy, much to the Yorkshire club's frustration, the England Under-18 international made his first-team debut at Chelsea in January 2007 at 16 years 275 days. Scolari called the defensive midfielder up for last night's Carling Cup tie against Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
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Emiliano Insua could be in the Argentina squad if he takes his chances this season

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tulse is right2 many of these sh*t black strikers with pace and no technical ability or intelligence with a footballwilshere > great white hope

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tulse is right2 many of these sh*t black strikers with pace and no technical ability or intelligence with a footballwilshere > great white hope
LOL I AGREESince Trever Brooking went all out to import africans under 12 after world cup 98 we have done sweet f*ck allLETS GET THE GAZZAS, BEARDSLEYS BACKTHE ERA WERE ATHLETES MADE FOOTBALLERS IS GONETECHNIQUE WINS TROPHIES
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Welbeck is not sh*t, far from it, just he's not progressing at the world class rate.Wilshere is special, from the minute you watch him you know he's that guy. Thats what seperates him from the likes of Lansbury and Merida, where they need to play at their age level and slowly be implemented as they grow older. Wilshere is ready to go ability wise, where Wenger will hold him back is cos he knows in terms of the wear & tear on his body he isn't ready.Afobe will be the same as Wilshere, he's special and dunning dances at his age level way too far ahead.

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Welbeck is not sh*t, far from it, just he's not progressing at the world class rate.Wilshere is special, from the minute you watch him you know he's that guy. Thats what seperates him from the likes of Lansbury and Merida, where they need to play at their age level and slowly be implemented as they grow older. Wilshere is ready to go ability wise, where Wenger will hold him back is cos he knows in terms of the wear & tear on his body he isn't ready.Afobe will be the same as Wilshere, he's special and dunning dances at his age level way too far ahead.
Progressing at world class rate? Hes only 18
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