Date: 21st June 2010 at 4:40pm
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Somebody, on the television last night, mentioned that there had never been a World Cup like this one!

Not sure whether that statement was because of the controversy surrounding it or simply because so many teams have failed to excite the watching millions.

Our very own England fall into that latter category and as rumours emerge that Fabio Capello is running the training camp almost under prisoner of war conditions with the players being bored out of their minds, one of our own more experienced players, and also a seasoned international, has given the media a few thoughts on why England are struggling.

Gary Neville, who many think should have been on the plane to South Africa, has strong views about what has been going on in 2010 and has called for Capello to move away from his current ploy of sticking square pegs in round holes remarking,

“Our best player against Algeria – Steven Gerrard – was sacrificed to the left.”

“Rooney is a centre forward who has played up front on his own all season – and Gerrard plays off the front for Liverpool.”

“So let`s play them where they are most comfortable and the rest of the players can fall into place.”


You make it sound so simple Gary but then again are not the most difficult of problems often solved by a simple solution?

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