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Welbeck's chance to shine

Danny Welbeck has been given another potential opportunity to shine for England after being called-up by Fabio Capello for the friendly with Holland.

After making his debut in the friendly against Ghana, who he could have been playing for, in March the 20-year-old could get another chance after being named ahead of Jermain Defoe and Darren Bent in the 25-man squad.

Andy Carroll, Peter Crouch and his United teammate Wayne Rooney are the other strikers included.

As well as Welbeck and Rooney United will be represented by Rio Ferdinand, Michael Carrick and summer signing Ashley Young in the Three Lions squad for the friendly on Wednesday.

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Date:Sunday August 7 2011

Time: 3:35PM

Your Comments

Better than both Crouch and Carroll. I'd happily let Berby leave knowing he can play the same role with more energy and power. Looked brilliant during both preseason and City.
TheFamousNo7
Based on what is he called up? He played for Sunderland last season and was injuried. I admit he is a terrific potential and he looked really good today against City, I just think it is a bit premature he is drafted, let him perform for United, then call him up.
nordkap
Capello's just a numpty is all. They give a hat with names in and he picks them out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbkwVq1upUQ&feature=related --- Kind of summarises my opinion of Capello.
TheFamousNo7
Haha... I agree some of his picks has been plain crazy, at least he has stopped calling up Heskey.. Unfortunately England I thing will not win much with him in charge, I was thoroughly disappointed with the English performance during the WC.
nordkap
Funny thing is, I got slated by my mates for saying England weren't going to win the World Cup or do anything remotely impressive and summarising us as being 5hit. Capello and the team are hapless and I'd prefer it if our players were to stay as far away from the international set-up as possible. Ronaldo was a scapegoat for Englands failings during the Euro, is it his fault we're 5hit? No. Rooney was the scapegoat for the World Cup's failings, was it his fault? No. It's too hard for people to admit that the national squad is a joke.
TheFamousNo7
Lets see what happens - who knows - maybe Fabio has been speaking to SAF and decided on playing a really young team :P
niteworlok
 

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