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Cleverley Praised by England Captain

Following the 5-0 thrashing of Moldova on Friday evening, Steven Gerrard has steppe dup with a few words about the future of our own Tom Cleverley, who performed so admirably.

This is what Gerrard is quoted as having said,

"Cleverley`s going to be a good player."

"He`s only a young boy and games like this will be a fantastic experience for him. He`s playing for one of the best teams in Europe and he`s broken into the England team, so he`s got a great future."

"If he keeps learning the game and trying to improve, he`s going to be a fantastic footballer."

"He`s doing a good job. He`s played twice in that position now, against Italy and Moldova, and done himself no harm. He can also play as a midfielder. It`s important when you`re young to be able to play in a couple of different positions. It helps get you into starting XI`s and he can do that."


All though it pains me to say it, with Gerrard being a scouser, if he turns out anything as good as the current England captain then he`ll be some player.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 9 2012

Time: 4:28PM

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Cleverley will be a good squad player. Hasn't got what it takes to be a world beater in midfield or even that cut below it. He's good with the ball in tight spaces, something you don't see with too many England players and very rarely does he play the wrong pass. Good attitude and work rate as well just lacks that extra something to truly separate himself from other players.
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