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FULL ENGLAND SQUAD:

Goalkeepers:

Jordan Pickford, Jack Butland, Tom Heaton

Defenders:

Trent Alexander Arnold, Ben Chilwell, Michael Keane, Harry Maguire, Danny Rose, Luke Shaw, John Stones, James Tarkowski, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker

Midfielders:

Ross Barkley, Dele Alli, Fabian Delph, Eric Dier, Jordan Henderson, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Declan Rice

Forwards:

Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, Callum Wilson
Lumayanlah United diwakili 2 pemain, yakni Shaw dan Rashford
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Manchester United star Luke Shaw withdraws from the England squad through injury leaving Leicester left back Ben Chilwell in pole position to face Czech Republic and Montenegro

* Luke Shaw has become the latest player to withdraw from the England squad
* He follows John Stones, Fabian Delph and Ruben Loftus-Cheek in dropping out
* With Shaw injured Ben Chilwell is set to start England's two Euro 2020 qualifiers
* England host the Czech Republic on Friday then visit Montenegro on Monday


Luke Shaw has withdrawn from the England squad to face Czech Republic and Montenegro.

The Manchester United star will miss the Euro 2020 double-header through injury in another injury blow to Gareth Southgate.

John Stones, Fabian Delph and Ruben Loftus-Cheek have already dropped out through injury — though their withdrawals were offset by the call-ups of James Ward-Prowse and Callum Hudson-Odoi.


Luke Shaw, pictured during Manchester United's defeat at Wolves, is out of the England squad. With Shaw injured, Leicester ace Ben Chilwell is likely to start at left back for the Three Lions

Shaw's withdrawal means Leicester's Ben Chilwell is in pole position to start the two games.

Jordan Henderson, however, is expected to be fit for international duty despite carrying an ankle injury.

The Liverpool captain missed Sunday's win at Fulham, but his club boss Jurgen Klopp said: 'He will go to the national team. He has two or three days still at Melwood, but it still looks positive.

'When it looks positive and he can train, he will go to the national team. He was not able to play today, but it's not that serious. In three or four days, it should be fine.'

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Semoga menjadi awal dari kebangkitan timnas Inggris, hehe..

4 Tim, 2 Final, Inggris Merajai Eropa!
Rifqi Ardita Widianto - detikSport

Jakarta - Empat tim Inggris akan tampil di dua final kompetisi Eropa, Liga Champions dan Liga Europa. Ini jadi kali pertama dalam sejarah sepakbola.

Inggris memastikan menempatkan empat wakil di dua final kompetisi Eropa pada Jumat (10/5/2019) dinihari WIB. Ini setelah Arsenal dan Chelsea lolos dari semifinal Liga Europa.

Arsenal membungkam Valencia 4-2 di Mestalla pada leg kedua, untuk menjejak partai puncak dengan agregat telak 7-3. The Gunners akan menghadapi Chelsea di final.

Tak seperti Arsenal, kelolosan Chelsea dipetik dengan lebih repot. The Blues ditahan imbang 1-1 di Stamford Bridge dan membuat agregat sama kuat 2-2.

Setelah babak tambahan, tak ada juga gol lain yang tercipta. Pemenang pun ditentukan lewat adu penalti, di mana Chelsea menang 4-3. All England Final pun tercipta di Liga Europa.

Situasi serupa sebelumnya sudah lebih dulu terjadi di Liga Champions. Liverpool membuka jalan dengan comeback atas Barcelona dan menang agregat 4-3.

Tottenham Hotspur kemudian menyusul, menghentikan laju Ajax dengan keunggulan gol tandang. Agregat kedua tim sendiri sama kuat 3-3.

Terciptanya All England Final di Liga Champions dan Liga Europa tercatat sebagai yang pertama kalinya di sejarah sepakbola, termasuk sejak era Piala Champions dan Piala UEFA. Ini adalah kali pertama empat tim senegara mengisi empat tempat di final dua kompetisi tersebut.
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'They are ahead in the pecking order': Gareth Southgate admits Manchester United defender Luke Shaw was omitted from England squad due to form of Ben Chilwell and Danny Rose

* Gareth Southgate says it wasn't hard to omit Luke Shaw from his England squad
* The Manchester United star has been one of the club's shining lights this season
* The form of rivals Ben Chilwell and Danny Rose was the reason behind his snub


Gareth Southgate has admitted he snubbed Luke Shaw from his England squad for the UEFA Nations League finals because of the form of rivals Ben Chilwell and Danny Rose.

The exclusion of Manchester United's player of the year raised a few eyebrows when Southgate named his group for the tournament in Portugal next month.

Shaw has been one of United's standout players in what has been a disappointing season for the club but his performances were unable to win back his place in the national team.

When asked if it was a tough choice, Southgate said: 'No. Ben Chilwell and Danny Rose have been excellent for us so they are ahead in the pecking order. But it gives us a lot of good options.'

Shaw made 40 appearances in all competitions and won their player of the month prize on three occasions.

The headline news at the squad announcement was the shock inclusion of Southampton's Nathan Redmond.

Overlooked since winning his one and only England cap in March 2017, the 25-year-old scooped the player of the year double at Saints' end of year awards after a fine campaign.


Gareth Southgate says it was not a hard decision to leave Luke Shaw out of his England squad

England captain Harry Kane has been selected by Southgate despite an ankle ligament injury, while Harry Winks has also got the nod after groin surgery.

Speaking at a press conference, the England manager said: 'I think he finished the season really well. I think the new manager has had a positive effect: a lot of pace, playing the high press and has started to score more regularly.

'It is a really good opportunity for Nathan.'

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England Evolving: Hopes are high that Gareth Southgate's squad is developing into one that can storm Euros next summer with James Maddison and Co adding creativity to side which reached World Cup semi-final

* Gareth Southgate claimed to be certain of path ahead after the 2018 World Cup
* His England squad has started to evolve, improve and move naturally forwards
* Sometimes, careers that look set securely on the right trajectory can stall
* If there is an achilles heel in Southgate prototype then it concerns the defending


When England's World Cup came to an end in Moscow in July 2018, Gareth Southgate claimed to be certain of the path ahead.

'We have a core group of young players in this squad we believe will take us forward and others coming through the age-group teams,' said the England head coach. 'We are starting to see success through the age groups but it's an ongoing process. This team is nowhere near the level they are going to be capable of.'

It was an easy thing to say and to believe. Southgate and his players had given us so much to cheer during that summer in Russia, we would have swallowed just about anything.


Gareth Southgate claimed to be certain of path ahead when 2018 World Cup came to an end

But it so happens that Southgate may have been right. A year or so on, his England team — his core of 16 or 17 key players — are not without fault but, just as he suggested after that defeat against Croatia in the World Cup semi-final, his squad has started to evolve, improve and move naturally forwards.

At the start of a season that ends with a European Championship tournament, which England will play largely at home, there is a feeling that phase two of Southgate's time as coach starts now.

Last season gave us the virgin Nations League, which we broadly liked, and then some drearily familiar free-hit Euro 2020 qualifying games, that England literally could not lose and did not.

Now, though, the road to Wembley — where England will hope to contest next summer's semi-final and final — begins properly and Southgate will on Thursday announce a squad that has a nod both back to the achievements of last summer and forwards to a future that will look a little different.

At club level and in international football, player form waxes and wanes. Sometimes, careers that look set securely on the right trajectory can stall.

Arguably, that has happened since Russia 2018 to players like John Stones, Dele Alli and Eric Dier. Equally, players like Kieran Trippier and Jesse Lingard have questions to answer while dear old Ashley Young may have to accept that, for all his exceptional years of service, he is 34 now.

Five of those six players started against Croatia and Dier came on as a substitute. With the exception of Young, they are players approaching their peak years — their average age is 25 and a half — and there is no reason why they should not return to prominence.

But Southgate's point as he spoke after Russia was that English football now has a production line through the age groups that is moving again. The academy system would appear to have finally provided the England team with a platform on which it can refresh and renew.

When players falter or suffer injury, they can be replaced. With that in mind, last season's international football was notable for the fast-tracking of Jadon Sancho of Borussia Dortmund, Ruben Loftus-Cheek of Chelsea, West Ham's Declan Rice and the promotion of players like Leicester full back Ben Chilwell and Tottenham's ball player Harry Winks.


The names in vogue are Leicester's James Maddison (above) and Mason Mount of Chelsea

Add to that the gifted Liverpool defender Joe Gomez, whose season was curtailed prematurely by injury, and the gradual and welcome return to form of Ross Barkley and the choices available to Southgate — especially in creative areas — are very clear.

This time, as Southgate selects for what should be straightforward home games against Bulgaria and Kosovo, the names in vogue are James Maddison of Leicester and Mason Mount of Chelsea. Personally I think the time is now for the former and too early for the latter.

Not all who saw Maddison play for the Under 21s in a disappointing European Championships in Italy in the summer feel the Leicester player showed enough drive and determination in a struggling team. But his form so far for Leicester suggests he is ready for the next step. The 22-year-old was called up a year ago but did not play.

Mount's time will also come, we hope. He has impressed in patches for Frank Lampard's Chelsea but is yet to contribute a consistent 90 minute performance. He may yet have to show a little more if his steady rise through the ranks is to reward him with full England honours.

It is worth remembering, of course, that we did not win the Nations League. UEFA were delighted with England's presence in the last four in Portugal in June because of the profile it lent the finals in their inaugural year.

But in terms of the football, England were disappointing in losing to Holland and then winning a shootout in a dreary and pointless third-place game against Switzerland. If anyone needed a reminder how high the bar remains in Europe, it came in Porto.


If there is an achilles heel in the Southgate prototype it's defending - Joe Gomez could come in

If there is an achilles heel in the Southgate prototype then it concerns the defending. For all their control of the ball in advanced areas, England are unreliable at the back and, though Harry Maguire's summer transfer to Manchester United will only accelerate a good player's progress, the fact that Stones was not a regular pick for City last season is something that will concern the manager.

If Gomez is to become a regular under Southgate then the opening is likely to come as partner to Maguire rather than at full back.

There is no such thing as a squad without conundrums, however, and with just less than 10 months to go until the start of the Euros, Southgate is pretty much where he hoped he would be.

'We have a great opportunity to get to a World Cup final,' he said on his way back from Russia last July. Next summer's stepping stone already looks and feels like a pretty big one.

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Line-up for England v Croatia, World Cup semi-final (Moscow, July 11, 2018)


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Axed Kyle Walker is fighting for his England future after being left out of Gareth Southgate's squad for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers

* Trent Alexander-Arnold, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Kieran Trippier were included
* Right-back cohort left no room for veteran defender Kyle Walker in squad
* Manchester City full-back's omission caused biggest stir in surprise exclusion
* Gareth Southgate warned there are no guarantees Walker will get picked again


Kyle Walker is fighting to save his England future after he was axed by Gareth Southgate on Thursday.

Manager Southgate chose Trent Alexander-Arnold, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Kieran Trippier as his recognised right backs for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria a week on Saturday and Kosovo on September 10.

He also included uncapped trio Tyrone Mings, Mason Mount and James Maddison, while there was a surprise recall for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain after his return from a serious knee injury.


Gareth Southgate opted not to call up Manchester City's veteran full-back Kyle Walker. Walker was surprisingly left out and could face a battle to rescue his international career. Walker has been left out in part to allow other younger players to develop on the big stage

But it was the shock omission of Manchester City right back Walker, 29, from Southgate’s 25-man squad that caused the biggest stir.

When asked whether Walker’s omission was just for this squad, Southgate replied: ‘It depends on how well everybody does.’

Walker — widely recognised as one of the best full backs in Europe — has been a mainstay of Southgate’s plans.

But the manager explained: ‘We’ve got to give some opportunity to develop some other players. Without getting Trent’s head too big, too quickly, he’s got to be one of those we look to integrate and give more opportunity to.


Manchester United youngster Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been called up to the senior squad



'With Aaron [we’ve got] a completely different kind of player so we’ve got Kieran as a bit of cover and there’s no point bringing Kyle in if the intention is not to start him in the games. He’s a senior player and he’ll value the rest and recovery as much as anything.’

And Southgate has warned Walker that there are no guarantees he will win his place back.

‘We know everything about Kyle really and, whilst I don’t want to give the impression that we are taking these fixtures for granted on results, these lads are playing at a high level, week-in week-out and it’s a good chance to help them develop.

'Otherwise we’ll get to a tournament and they’ll still be stuck on two or three caps, and we have got to try and get that balance.’

Dele Alli, John Stones and Eric Dier are all absent through injury.

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