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WATCH England Manager Roy Hodgson Discussing World Cup 2014 Squad [VIDEO]

roy hodgson WATCH England Manager Roy Hodgson Discussing World Cup 2014 Squad [VIDEO]

England manager Roy Hodgson addressed the media at 9:15am ET at a press conference in England, which was streamed live across the Internet and will be available below.

Hodgson will discuss the 23-man squad he named today for World Cup 2014, and will answer questions from the media.

Goalkeeper: Joe Hart, Fraser Forster, Ben Foster

Defenders: Leighton Baines, Luke Shaw, Gary Cahill, Glen Johnson, Phil Jagielka, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling

Midfielders: Frank Lampard, Adam Lallana, Steven Gerrard, Ross Barkley, Jordan Henderson, James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling, Jack Wilshere

Strikers: Wayne Rooney, Rickie Lambert, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck

Standby: John Ruddy, Tom Cleverley, Jon Flanagan, Andy Carroll, John Stones, Jermain Defoe, Michael Carrick

Watch the press conference via the video below.

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One Response to WATCH England Manager Roy Hodgson Discussing World Cup 2014 Squad [VIDEO]

  1. Gerry says:

    Glen Johnson should have been left at home. Flanagan may not have the experience but he is much better. Johnson has had a poor season and was awful against Palace and Newcastle targeted him and their goal came from Liverpool’s right side because Johnson is very poor at cutting off crosses. In the world cup England’s right side will be exploited.

    Lampard did not have a great season and he too should have been left home.

    All in all England has a good squad going to Brazil but I just don’t see them going far. The round of 16 will be as far as they get.

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