October 17, 2005

Reasons Sven should drop Beckham

1. Beckham slows the game down – he's too used to the Spanish style now, not the fast paced counter attacking game the England team should be playing.

2. He's not the best captain – his display of petulance demonstrates that – give the armband to Terry.

3. He tends to drift and chase the game rather than stick to the plan

4. It would keep his wife busier and thus out of the recording studio

5. He is one of the leaders of the England players mafia that seems to rule the roost – this needs breaking up to reassert the managers credibility (not that there is much of that now anyway)

6. Too much long ball when Rooney et al want ball to feet

7. There are other players in the side who can deliver from dead ball situations – he's already given up the penalty taking.

8. There are better players at running with the ball at defenders

9. More quality time to spend with the nanny

10. It would free him up to pursue more cash around the world.

Please Sven, drop him.

Oh, and you can probably can Gerrard as well.


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  1. clericuzio

    only ten ? :)

    08 Jan 2006, 20:32


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