James Maddison has last chance to convince Southgate as Football World Cup squad list revealed

Gareth Southgate has been urged to turn to City’s man ahead of the Football World Cup tournament starting later this month. Leicester City midfielder James Maddison is still in contention for a place in England’s 26-man squad for the upcoming FIFA World Cup, according to reports.

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The tournament in Qatar is rapidly approaching, and the final line-up of the Three Lions will soon be announced, who will go on a trip. Gareth Southgate will make the final decision next week. The choice comes after an initial list of 55 names was submitted to FIFA last month, with the reports say that Maddison was included in the list. This is not surprising given the shape the City player has been in over the last calendar year.

After a career-high 18 goals and 12 assists in all competitions last season, the 25-year-old has continued that form this campaign, scoring six goals and assisting two in 11 Premier League games despite City’s difficulties still facing this season. season. His form has sparked more and more calls to give him another chance in the England shirt.

Maddison’s first and only appearance on the senior international scene came almost three years ago when he came on as a second-half substitute against Montenegro. Since then, he has not been seen in recent teams.

The midfielder’s inclusion on the original longlist means he could use the weekend’s game against Everton to try and convince Southgate. City trip to Goodison Park for Saturday night’s start at 5:30, a game likely to be followed by the England manager with the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Jordan Pickford and Conor Coady likely to play for Butterscotch.

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As the list of 55 is not required to be made public, it is unknown if other City players such as Harvey Barnes and James Justin were included. Both have played for England from Southgate for the last couple of years. Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze, Newcastle’s Callum Wilson, Brighton duo Lewis Dunk and Danny Welbeck and Chelsea players Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Trevo Chalobah are also on the initial roster of 55. For more know about England Vs IranTickets.

England vs USA – Nine players you completely forgot ever played for Southgate’s England

During Gareth Southgate’s tenure with the England team, he played a total of 88 players. We’ve gone through the archives and picked nine players you’ll probably forget who ever played for the Three Lions under him.

Southgate will soon have to name their last England squad ahead of the Football World Cup in Qatar. The England manager now has the luxury of naming a 26-man squad, but those names are likely to be gone by the end of this month.

Jake Livermore

Given how complicated England’s midfield is now, it’s easy to forget where we were just a few years ago. Jake Livermore made his England debut back in 2012, but Roy Hodgson only gave him one cap per game. Five years later, Southgate awarded him a six cap cap. In 2018, Livermore was even named one of the five players in England’s Football World Cup reserves.

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Andros Townsend

You may remember Townsend’s purple patch on the England jersey, but that was long before Southgate. The winger managed to infiltrate Southgate’s England first team and made two bench appearances. Under Southgate he played a total of 53 minutes and made his last appearance in November 2016 in a 2–2 draw with Spain.

Patrick Bamford

After his most productive season at Leeds United, Patrick Bamford managed to earn a single cap for England. The Leeds striker has scored 17 Premier League goals in 2020/21. His debut in England came against Andorra, where he started and played a total of 62 minutes. The following season, an injury undermined Bamford and subsequently his chances of returning to the England squad.

Lewis Cook

Lewis Cook was destined for a bright international career after captaining the Young Lions at the 2017 Under-20 World Cup. The central midfielder earned his first cap for England in 2018 in a friendly against Italy. Cooke was named to Southgate’s reserve team for the 2018 Football World Cup but ultimately failed to qualify. As a result of a series of injuries and Bournemouth’s relegation, Cooke was no longer given a chance to play for England.

Alex McCarthy

Prior to Southgate’s appointment as England manager, McCarthy was involved in the formation of the national team but never received the cap. Nearly five and a half years after his first England call-up, McCarthy made his England debut in 2018 against the United States.

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Nathaniel Chalobah

You would be forgiven if you did not remember Chalob’s short stay in England. Southgate has been a huge supporter since his under-21 days, but unfortunately Chalobah’s club career has developed in such a way that he is unlikely to ever play a prominent role in the senior squad. You can get England Vs USA Tickets from our website.

The midfielder played a total of six minutes and 54 seconds for his country when he was substituted in stoppage time against Spain back in 2018. Martin Kelly holds the record for the shortest time in England history at six minutes and 53 seconds. , one second less than Chalobah managed. After spending the last two seasons playing in the Championship, Chalobah did not play for England again.

Jack Cork

We don’t have any memories of it either. Jack Cork won his only cap for England in November 2017 against Germany. The Burnley midfielder came on as a substitute in the 86th minute and never played for England again.

Lewis Dunk

Given his years of stability in the Premier League, Lewis Dunk can probably consider himself very unlucky as he only managed one cap for England. By the end of 2018, Southgate was handing out a handful of debuts and that’s when Dunk made the list. The Brighton defender played the full 90 minutes in a single game as England beat the United States 3-0.

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Ainsley Maitland-Niles

Ainsley Maitland-Niles was involved in the England squad from under-17 level. The Arsenal player first got his chance with the senior team in August 2020 and has since made five appearances for England. Four of his five matches have been substitutes, all of which he has played in 2020.

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