Make Shaw he’s in the team, Gareth.

After his big-money move to Chelsea in the summer, it was almost a certainty that Ben Chilwell would be England’s starting left-back at the Euros and had they gone ahead as planned in 2020, then he wouldn’t have had much competition. But Luke Shaw’s upturn in form over the past few months has been nothingContinue reading “Make Shaw he’s in the team, Gareth.”

2 Strikers, 1 Striker, False Striker… No Striker?

We often see trends come and go in football. In the 90s, Italy’s Serie A was a step above the rest, the 2000s saw the likes of Thierry Henry, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard plying their trade in the Premier League and for the majority of the last ten years we have seen the twoContinue reading “2 Strikers, 1 Striker, False Striker… No Striker?”

Stepping in to Southgate’s Waistcoat- Part 5

We’re finally in to the last leg- the strikers. If I’m being perfectly honest, it was probably the easiest decision out of every position. The first choice is obvious, but who plays second fiddle? Who starts?  Harry Kane is the first name on the team sheet. Alongside Robert Lewandowski he’s the best out-and-out striker inContinue reading “Stepping in to Southgate’s Waistcoat- Part 5”