England: Picking a Starting XI for Euro 2012

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England: Picking a Starting XI for Euro 2012
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We are exactly three months away from Euro 2012, and much is up in the air for the England national team.

They don't have a manager, and the starting 11 is almost just as much up in the air. Here is an attempt to solve the selection problem.

It wouldn't be the buildup to an international tournament for England without some controversy.

It came in the form of John Terry's alleged racial abuse of Anton Ferdinand. The saga cost Terry the captaincy and led coach Fabio Capello to quit.

Scott Parker is the temporary captain and Stuart Pearce has taken over as national team coach. The FA is going to wait until after the season is over to select a more permanent replacement.

In order to possibly help the next coach, here is a what the England starting 11 could look like in a 4-3-3 formation.

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