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    Default Latest England Squad - Redmond and JWP called up

    Redmond and Jwp both in !

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    Quote Originally Posted by simo View Post
    Redmond and Jwp both in !
    Well deserved.

    (Enough time to get tapped up for the summer too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    (Enough time to get tapped up for the summer too)
    They don't need to be in the England squad with top 6 players to know playing in the Champions League and having a massive wage increase would be a good thing. I'm sure they can work it out without "tapping up"

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    4 to drop out to the final squad. Pretty large squad with 7 forwards. Think Maddison and Wan-Bissaka can feel a little aggrieved.


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    No Stephens though, he must be gutted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Le God View Post
    They don't need to be in the England squad with top 6 players to know playing in the Champions League and having a massive wage increase would be a good thing. I'm sure they can work it out without "tapping up"
    You’re on fire today

    (I know you aren’t actually on fire - so don’t reply saying that)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    You’re on fire today

    (I know you aren’t actually on fire - so don’t reply saying that)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatch View Post
    No Stephens though, he must be gutted
    very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Garrett View Post
    4 to drop out to the final squad. Pretty large squad with 7 forwards. Think Maddison and Wan-Bissaka can feel a little aggrieved.

    Most people would agree with you on this. However, Southgate has demonstrated in the past that he values the U21 tournaments highly, and I think they both qualify for it? Is it likely that Southgate thinks it will be better for them to play a major role in that tournament rather than sitting on the bench for the full team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrfahaji View Post
    Most people would agree with you on this. However, Southgate has demonstrated in the past that he values the U21 tournaments highly, and I think they both qualify for it? Is it likely that Southgate thinks it will be better for them to play a major role in that tournament rather than sitting on the bench for the full team?
    Ah didn't realise that. Still seems a waste of time having 3 RB's in the squad regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Garrett View Post
    4 to drop out to the final squad. Pretty large squad with 7 forwards. Think Maddison and Wan-Bissaka can feel a little aggrieved.

    The manager already stated he wasn't going to disrupt the u21s preparations for whatever tournament they're about to play by dipping into their relatively settled squad to make up the numbers.

    All things being equal, Maddison and AWB would breeze into the seniors. Probably Foden too - he's played more for Man City lately than Delph, who is inexplicably retained.

    It's a nice pick me up for Prowse and Redmond at the end of the season, but it'd be no surprise if they were both cut from the final 23.

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    Need to get Redmond signed up on a new deal...should be one a of the key priorities of the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyell View Post
    The manager already stated he wasn't going to disrupt the u21s preparations for whatever tournament they're about to play by dipping into their relatively settled squad to make up the numbers.

    All things being equal, Maddison and AWB would breeze into the seniors. Probably Foden too - he's played more for Man City lately than Delph, who is inexplicably retained.

    It's a nice pick me up for Prowse and Redmond at the end of the season, but it'd be no surprise if they were both cut from the final 23.

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    I would bin off Trippier, Lingard, Delph. Likelihood is that one of Redders and JWP will get cut too.

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    I'd be surprised if at least four don't drop out from the clubs involved in the euro finals. Either injury or "fatigue"

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    Well deserved!

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    Theres some cracking posts on here lol. https://www.saintsweb.co.uk/showthre...d#.XN1_LfZFymQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    Youíre on fire today

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    Hahaha

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    Well done Nathan Redmond

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    Well done Redders and Prowsey

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    Pleased for both of them.

    Runs the risk of the possible tapping up, or overinflating their egos to think they can earn/do better, but as a poitive it can only enhance their value if we sell.

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    Its funny that the two chosen fpr England are the two who have had the most hatred and scorn on this forum. Well done to both of them and I hoipe they dont waste time reading our opinions.

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    I think JWP will be cut from the final squad but I feel Redmond should be ahead of Rashford and Wilson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint_clark View Post
    I think JWP will be cut from the final squad but I feel Redmond should be ahead of Rashford and Wilson.
    Can you imagine Redmond being kept in and not Rashford????
    The media would go into meltdown. Rashford will definitely be in the squad whatever

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    Congrats to them both, fully deserved and both have been a big part of our survival. Can't see them both being kept after the squad is trimmed down but depends on injuries and "injuries" to other players.

    Personally I'd trim Delph, Trippier, Barkley and Lingard ahead of either but Southgate, after some early promise, seems to enjoy sticking with the big teams' players even if they have a bad season, so fully expect the players from Saints and Bournemouth to be canned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dellman View Post
    Its funny that the two chosen fpr England are the two who have had the most hatred and scorn on this forum. Well done to both of them and I hoipe they dont waste time reading our opinions.
    Not funny at all, both deserved every bit of criticism that came their way over the past 2/3 years. Only since Ralph's arrival with a Big Stick has either of them pulled their socks up and acted like the well paid professional football players they were supposed to be. We'll see if it lasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dellman View Post
    Its funny that the two chosen fpr England are the two who have had the most hatred and scorn on this forum. Well done to both of them and I hoipe they dont waste time reading our opinions.
    Has Jack Stephens been called up? Didn't know, very surprised.

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