Bale is gash always has been always will be. Somehow he pulls the wool over people's eyes like Beckham did into thinking he's a half decent player.
Agree about Coutinho on his consistency, but his heights far eclipse both of the others and thats why Liverpool should persevere with him.Beckham wasn't in the same realm as Bale in terms of quality. Still a cracking player mind, both shit on Coutinho, the most patchy player in the Premier League. I wish he'd make his mind up, world class for a couple of weeks, useless for a month. Rinse, repeat.
Pagnell. Have you been drinking?
You're making a complete C U Next Tuesday of yourself.
Well, Ramsey wouldn't be playing out wide for a start so no - he wouldn't get in ahead of Lallana. Even if we were playing a midfield four like we should be doing - no, Ramsey wouldn't get into the side ahead of Dier, Rooney, Alli and Wilshere.So Williams isn't on Stones' or Smalling's level? Ramsay and Allen aren't on Lallana's.
Leave it out.
He embarrassed one of the best right backs of his generation.Your posting that against a team that was a bunch of has-beens then?
Well, Ramsey wouldn't be playing out wide for a start so no - he wouldn't get in ahead of Lallana. Even if we were playing a midfield four like we should be doing - no, Ramsey wouldn't get into the side ahead of Dier, Rooney, Alli and Wilshere.
As for Williams - there's a reason he's been at Swansea City for eight years, and there's also a reason why Smalling and Cahill have been snapped up by two of England's 'big boys', taken from clubs similar to Swansea.
Neither would get into England's side.
Rooney hasn't been a striker for years - he's been playing in behind until the latter parts of this season, where's he's dropped deeper into the centre and has been a calming influence there for both United and England.Ramsay has played football at a higher level than Dier or Alli. On a much more consistent basis too.
Rooney is a second striker being asked to do a job in midfield. It isn't his regular gig.
Ramsay might just squeeze past the injury prone Wiltshere, into the England squad (if he were eligible).
As for Cahill and Smalling, they're good, but they aren't a world away from Williams. In fact many have lamented the lack of good English centre halves. I don't share this view, but it gives you an idea how hard it would be to walk into those positions, from some quarters.