Firstly, ALL of them are midfielders. Secondly, not playing regularly in the league you've arbitrarily decided they ought to be should not preclude them from playing for England. And finally, once again, I made no comment as to their quality other than that I thought they were better than Cleverley.Most of the players on your list either aren't midfielders at all, not playing regularly in the Premier League or just plain shit.
I don't know about those kind of things... I've read here that his head isn't were it should be, and that he has had problems in his past... But to be honest, I don't know much about it, so I assume you're right.I don't know. When it comes to things like that with Ravel, I don't know, you have to keep his feet firmly on the ground. Putting him in a World Cup squad would be a huge risk. (At the moment)
I'm sure Hodgson would disagree with you entirely.Experience.
He would be lucky to get a call up. He would not play for England ever if he wasn't a Man Utd player.
You make it sound like Hodgson gave him his debut.I'm sure Hodgson would disagree with you entirely.
You may not rate Welbeck that much but he's been superb for England ever since his call up. What club he plays for has nothing to do with playing for England. It's his ability, work rate and flexibility that has made him a regular for England. Not the club he plays for.
Hahaha, ditto.You're easily the thickest bloke in here and by far the worst poster I've seen on this forum