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Championing Welbeck

Championing Welbeck

With Wayne Rooney out of the international picture of the foreseeable future, Sir Alex Ferguson has joined those championing the case of Danny Welbeck as a candidate to replace him in the national side.

Welbeck, who has been in great form this season, has already picked up a couple of England caps and Sir Alex Ferguson had this to say about his emergence,

"Danny is ready for it. There`s no doubts in my mind about that. He`s got talent as good as any forward in the England game."

"He`s a strong lad physically and mentally. He`s got great belief. He`s confident, he`s intelligent and he`s ready for international football now."

"Danny was always a lad with talent. We`ve had to be patient with him because he grew very tall very quickly and became gangly and suffered a few problems. But now you see he`s a massive, powerful lad. He`s only 20, so tactical awareness will develop, but he`s certainly got the technical skills."


All we can hope is that Fabio Capello sees it the same way and then it could be problem solved.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday October 16 2011
Time: 11:14AM

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Welbeck is unique in the way that he offers something none of the other strikers do. Carroll might be tall and strong like Welbeck but his form isn't particulalry great nor does he have the technique that Welbeck has. With Bent playing up top you've got your poacher and it's common sense to not play two of the same player so I can't see Defoe being selected over him. The only person who I believe possesses a genuine threat to the striker spot is Sturridge, but he like Agbonlahor is playing a bit outwide I believe rather than the CF that Capello normally plays in a 4-4-1-1 system.
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