England Vs USA – Southgate’s provisional England squad includes Danny Welbeck and three wildcards

Gareth Southgate is set to name his England squad for the Football World Cup next Thursday, but Danny Welbeck and his Brighton teammate Lewis Dunk are part of the original 55-man contingent. Danny Welbeck was included in Gareth Southgate’s England preliminary 55-man squad for the Qatar World Cup.

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The 31-year-old has not scored in 11 games for Brighton this season, but Southgate selected him for Qatar’s original longlist along with teammate Lewis Dunk. Southgate is set to select its 26-man contingent for Qatar Football World Cup next Thursday – just 11 days before the first Three Lions group game against Iran.

Welbeck has 42 senior caps but has not been called up to the England squad since the 2018 Football  World Cup in Russia, where he played just one match against Belgium in the tournament. Meanwhile, Dunk has one cap to his name, having started England’s 3-0 victory over the United States at Wembley back in 2018.

According to The Athletic, Welbeck and Dunk are included in a 55-man roster that will be cut next week as Southgate prepares for competition in the Middle East. The Brighton duo helped the Seagulls to a convincing 4-1 victory over Chelsea at the weekend and are currently eighth after 12 games.

Meanwhile, James Maddison, Eberechi Eze and Callum Wilson were also longlisted and remain outsiders who could be called up to Southgate’s first team. All three players have done enough to make up Southgate’s 55-man contingent that was introduced to FIFA last month, according to the Daily Mail, but there are not expected to be too many surprises in how the Three Lions squad of 26 will be formed. human.

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Leicester City midfielder Maddison has been in top form for the Foxes this season, with six goals and two assists in the Premier League. However, the 25-year-old is expected to miss out on qualifying for the tournament. This is despite the fact that since the start of last season he has scored the second most goals of any English top-flight player (24) – behind only Harry Kane (38). Eze, another talented midfielder, also made an impressive start to the season and made his way into the young Crystal Palace team.

Despite only scoring two goals and two assists in 12 games, the 24-year-old has often delivered excellent results thanks to his precise control and knowledge of the game that has made him a mainstay of the Palace XI.

Finally, Wilson is no doubt making the leap to get into the England squad with some great performances for Newcastle United. The Coventry striker struggled with injuries at the start of the season but has scored four goals in his last six games, including a brace against Aston Villa on Saturday.

With Marcus Rashford and Tammy Abraham also doing well, it could be difficult for Wilson to make his way into Southgate’s plans, though he doesn’t do any harm in his current form. Meanwhile, the physicality of Bukayo Saki, Rhys James and Kyle Walker could determine whether Maddison or Eze can make the team.

Keep politics and virtue-signalling out of the Qatar Football World Cup so we can enjoy it said Piers Morgan

Qatar Football World Cup is close at hand and the wall of negative noise around this year’s tournament is getting more and more deafening. Many are generally appalled that it is being held in Qatar, given the alleged corruption that is believed to have given them the right to host the world’s richest and most prestigious sporting event, as well as the country’s mistreatment of migrant workers and non-existent LGBT rights.

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Last week, the Australian team Socceroos released a serious video expressing their concern about the “suffering” of migrant workers and the inability of gay people in Qatar to love the man they chose. Separately, England captain Harry Kane said he was going to wear the OneLove anti-discrimination armband during the games to express his protest.

And now the Ukrainian Football Association has demanded that Iran be banned from participation over reports of kamikaze drones supporting Vladimir Putin in his illegal war against their people, and citing Iran’s systematic human rights violations, including a brutal crackdown on domestic protests.

So, there is a lot of high moral outrage going around, and there will be a lot of halos on the field, blazing in the ferocious heat of Qatar on November 20 when the Football World Cup kicks off. But can’t I be the only one who would like us to just take all the politics and show of virtue out of it so we can just enjoy football? The time for a proper serious debate about whether Qatar is suitable for hosting the tournament must have been in the bidding process twelve years ago and not three weeks before it started?

And if the argument against holding them is that they have a bad human rights record, which is an indisputable fact, then what about the other 31 participating countries? In particular, if the persecution of gays is considered a disqualification barrier for participation in the Football World Cup, then shouldn’t we also resent the participation of Senegal, Morocco and Tunisia, where homosexuality is also illegal?

Or Ghana, whose parliament is pushing through a new bill requiring jail time for anyone who even expresses support or “sympathy” for gay people? Or Cameroon, which, according to a recent report, currently pursues consensual same-sex relationships more aggressively than almost any country in the world?

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And don’t make me start with Saudi Arabia, where if you get caught in a gay act, you can be chemically castrated, sentenced to life in prison, or even executed. A closer look at other countries taking part in the Football World Cup reveals even more clearly “problematic” human rights issues.

Costa Rica has serious problems with human trafficking, Brazil has a horrendous level of unlawful killings and police torture, Argentina has corruption in the government and the judiciary, and Serbia continues to harass Roma. For more know about Football World Cup Tickets.

Many of the countries already mentioned wage relentless wars for free speech, imprisoning dissident citizens and journalists who criticize the government, or, in the case of Saudi Arabia, hacking them with bone saws, and have a terrible track record of mistreating migrant workers. And don’t make me start with Saudi Arabia, where if you get caught in a gay act, you can be chemically castrated, sentenced to life in prison, or even executed.

And if modern moral vices are indeed the talk of our new Football World Cup qualification, then why should England or America be allowed to play, given our invasion of Iraq in 2003 and all the subsequent global terrorist hell that unleashed an illegal war on the world?

Once you play the morality card in sports, I’m not sure you can ever play it without endorsing human rights violations. To single out Qatar for such an exaggerated horror when so many other competing countries are just as morally bad, if not much worse, is hypocritical.

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We’ve seen similar double standards in golf, with PGA Tour leaders berating Saudi Arabia’s new splinter LIV Tour for putting money ahead of morality despite hosting events in places like China, which has a terrible reputation for human rights. And, frankly, as a sports fan, I’m tired of all this hypocrisy.

‘Pointless virtue-signalling ‘

If the football players are really so offended by the human rights violations in Qatar, then they should not go and play in the Football World Cup. It’s all very well to wear armbands or release critical videos, but if you’re still going, then you’re just indulging in meaningless virtue signals that will have no effect on making any changes. I feel the same way about all the sports journalists who suddenly picked up the anti-Qatari propaganda and said that this should not happen.

You can bet your life that most of them will plug their indignant noses long enough to board a plane to Doha for six weeks when they cover an event they pretend they want to cancel. I will also be there as an expert for Fox in America during the group stage where England took on the USA.

And I don’t have a moral dilemma about the trip, because I understand that many countries participating in this Football World Cup, compared to Qatar, look almost kind when it comes to human rights. This does not excuse Qatar’s problems, but puts them in perspective.

“I also think it’s crazy that this is the first time a Football World Cup is being held in the Middle East, given the massive popularity of football in the region, and we should be celebrating this fact rather than spoiling the party with a very selective judgment.”

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Football World Cup – USMNT boss drops Christian Pulisic transfer hint after Graham Potter decision

There has been much debate about Pulisic’s future due to the lack of playing time this season and the recent repositioning. The head coach of the US national team has suggested Christian Pulisic’s future may not be with Chelsea amid the difficulties of disrupting Graham Potter’s first-team plans at Stamford Bridge.

The winger has struggled to earn a consistent streak of playing time at the Blues and the recent signing of Raheem Sterling in the summer has pushed the USMNT winger even further down the pecking order in West London. A recent injury to Rhys James saw Pulisic be called up as a full-back in the Potter system, a role he struggled with during Chelsea’s 4-1 defeat at Brighton last weekend.

However, he retains a key role as a left winger in Gregg Berhalter’s international structure, and the coach shared his views on the future of the former Borussia Dortmund player. Former Columbus Crew boss says he disagrees with Pulisic’s recent role. Berhalter told The Times: I’ve seen him transform as a person and as a player and it’s been a lot of fun to watch.

“It’s difficult when you’re at a club like Chelsea and they can bring hundreds of millions of dollars worth of players every summer and he keeps fighting for his place. He added. I have a lot of respect for Christian and I think he did a fantastic job.”

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He’s not a full back but, look, every manager likes to try things and sometimes he leaves, okay, that’s how it can bring out the best in a player, and sometimes they’re absolutely right, you take a player like that and he transforms into it. job title.

Graham Potter has every right to do such things now, why not? Try it. Since he [Potter] has been there, they’ve done a good job. What I see is that every manager eventually believes that he will give his 100 percent in training and be there for the team when they need him. Pulisic has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge in recent times, a move to Manchester United discussed over the summer, and a move to Newcastle United more recently.

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