BREAKING: Jude Bellingham and Levi Colwill expected to withdraw from England squad

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Jude Bellingham and Levi Colwill are expected to withdraw from the England camp today because of injuries.

They are still being assessed but they are likely to play no further part in the current international break

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30 thoughts on “BREAKING: Jude Bellingham and Levi Colwill expected to withdraw from England squad

  1. Bring Ward-Prowse and Sterling in their place, obviously not the same positions but they're the two most in form England players not there and deserve an opportunity to stake a claim to the EURO's squad.

  2. To hell with Southgate,am tired of this clueless manager,he is the reason England will never go far in a major tournament with all the talents he has,with the Euros he was lucky to go to the final,how on earth do you call Maquire and Calvin Phillip's to the England squad while they hardly play for their clubs,especially for Calvin Phillips,theee is James Ward-Prowse and he is not getting recognized,plus Raheem Sterling

  3. Southgate should have left his starting XI out of the squad completely. Think of the long term and give them all a total break and full rest.
    We're playing Malta and Macedonia ! Southgate could literally pick any team of PL Englishmen to easily win both games.

  4. Colwill was too injured for the game against City on Sunday. How on earth would he be fit enough two days later? It’s actually maddening that he even showed up at the camp.

    The next 2 games are winnable with an England E team, why would you call up injured and controversial players when you can fish around for new prospectives? England’s golden generation had issues due to club allegiance. This generation will suffer from a incapable headcoach…..

  5. England plays at most around 10 games a year as a squad with a handful of weeks worth of training during that time. So it makes sense that Southgate would prefer to call up regulars rather than rehash the squad at every international break. This way the "proper" squad gets the chance to play as a team semi-regularly rather than attempting to integrate fan wildcards solely for the sake of experimentation.

  6. Two dead rubbers aren’t they? Clubs pulling their power… maybe not all the drop outs but some will be, the bigger clubs! Can see why? Why risk it in a dead rubber if they’re not 100%?

  7. It's a shame in one way because it is beautiful to see jude play, but on the other hand i wanted to see southgate send out a b or c team and have players who rarely get a chance to play a shot of shining.

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