Raheem Sterling

Jamaican born winger who spent much of his youth career at QPR before moving to Liverpool. He was handed his first team debut by Liverpool in 2012 and was handed his first England cap in the same year. He has developed into one the most promising talents for both club and country, and was selected for England's World Cup squad for the 2014 tournament in Brazil.

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7 Reasons to be Optimistic About England at the World Cup

Harry Kane of England looks on during the England training session at St Georges Park on June 6, 2018 in Burton-upon-Trent, England.

There seems to be an awful lot of doom and gloom around England these days, and I don’t really go in for it myself. Sure, the so-called Golden Generation never got any further than the Quarter-Finals, but so what? When your club side is down in the dumps, you don’t toss them to one side and boast of how you are no longer interested in them.

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Five 'Englishmen' with dual nationalities and split loyalties

Dual nationalities are a popular subject in the world of Athletics; with Mo Farah a prime example. But it is nothing new in football with Puskas, Zidane, Gullit, Di Stefano and Messi amongst those who could play for another country. But who may never play for England? Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea players feature.

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