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There’s been much talk on and off the pitch
For the past year or so, Capello has been experimenting with different players, formations, and blending the old in with some new. But, now’s the time for the Italian Stallion to stop dithering, up his game, and come up with a solid team for Euro 2012.
And not only that, it is defense that
It could be time to dump the likes of the
aged-midfielder Frank Lampard, who, in the Welsh game, was disappointing to say
the least. Wayne Rooney, while looking dapper with his new short haircut, and
often delivering the goods for Man U, looked out of kilter in that particular
The likes of old-hat defenders such as John Terry, and Rio Ferdinand will not be around forever. Young blood is needed at the back.
One such potential that Fabio Capello could
take a look at is 21-year-old
He’s played for the
It was only Capello’s poor World Cup showing that led to him being forced into radically changing the scope of the British team. Up until that point, Capello was quite stubborn in his approach.
Cameron, like most up and coming young players is hoping to one day push into
He told me: “My aim is to try and push into the under 21 set-up this season and consolidate a place in that squad.”
“There are a few boys that have very good quality and have played well so far this season but next summer maybe a bit too early for them.”
Cameron is adamant about which team he would love to play for in
the premiership, which is
He told me he moulds himself on Man U’s Rio Ferdinand, and if he
achieves half of what
He thinks Fabio Capello has got the tone right at
“I think he's done a decent job ever since he became manager and the results so far in the European championship qualification games have proved his selection to be right.”
He thinks English players Phil Jones and Chris Smalling, who play for Man U have come in and made a strong impression and are strengthening Capello's defensive options.
“They’ve been a revelation ever since joining the club and I'm
sure they'll be mainstays in the
Hopefully, he said, he’ll be in the back four in some time to come.