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England 2018-2022

For those of you who don’t know anything about or care about football (soccer, ugh), this post will most likely mean absolutely nothing to you. But I have to get this off my chest, because I just recently realized that the English National Football team, in 4 to 8 years, will be unbelievably good!

Here’s the player lineup and formation that will definitely be considered for the next World Cup, and also the lineup and formation I think would be the best. Holy Shit, English football is in for a bright future.

GK – Jack Butland

RB – Calum Chambers     CB-John Stones     CB-Phil Jones     LB-Nathaniel Clyne

DM-Jack Wilshere     DM-Jordan Henderson

RW-Jordon Ibe          AM-Ross Barkley          LW-Raheem Sterling

ST-Daniel Sturridge/Harry Kane(too close to call)

On the substitutes bench though…………Adam Lallana, Patrick Roberts, Keiran Gibbs, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott and many many more…..Good Lord, what a team.

That’s fuckin’ it, I’m calling it. England will win the World Cup in 2018…..OR 2022, probably the latter.

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