Fabio Capello’s final 23 man squad Fall Outs

June 1, 2010 | Filed Under: Blog 
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Fabio Capello has kept his lips sealed but today he will announce who will be the players to play and who will not.

Some of England’s fans maybe disappointed with the final line-up of Capello’s 23-man squad who will play at the World Cup because their favorite player maybe one of the seven who will be sent home when the manager announces the seven fall outs from the team. However, that is the truth that even football players have to accept; they are given a chance to show off their talents and skills.

Until England’s manager announces the final 23-man squad today, people are left to speculate who are the seven players to be just watching the games from the comfort of their homes. One of the players who recently emerged and boost his reputation is Jamie Carragher who wholeheartedly played his role as right-back and center back during the friendly games. He underlined his caliber being the best and most experienced “utility man” of England.

Without further adieu, here are the seven possible players who may not be able to give their shot at World Cup 2010;

1. Michael Carrick – obviously, he failed to convince Capello that he is worthy to be on the plane to South Africa during the friendly match against Mexico. As evidence, he was never given a play time during the game against Japan.

2. Darren Bent – Capello may prefer to pick the more experienced and the well-known battering-ram Emile Heskey who has been tried and tested during the last 20 minutes of their game against Japan. Bent failed the test of Capello.

3. Adam Johnson – he performed well during their game against Mexico. However, Joe Cole has had an impressive game and played hand in hand with their goalie during their game against Japan. Johnson may be able to miss out this year’s World Cup.

4. Michael Dawson – this Spurs defender may not be given the opportunity to give his shot at the WC. His defensive partners Jamie Carragher and Ledley King completed the four center-backs he needed.

5. Matthew Upson – he had two nervy moments with England’s system of play and even though he had been the regular player for England since 2008, his poor performances at West Ham may cost him his seat at World Cup.

6. Stephen Warnock – he is one of the players who have struggled enough to play for England. However, being at the bench during their game against Japan suggests that he is a player that Capello can live without in the World Cup.

7. Scott Parker – this West Ham midfielder was given a chance to fill the space left by the injured Gareth Barry, however Capello seemed to try Tom Huddlestone out who did the best he can to force his way to be included in the list of the 23-man squad.

Will it be any different? or do you think heskey should be red carded and bent stay, also Jamie Carragher another who could be close for the chop.

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