Shaw preparing for England senior call up as Hodgson seeks right balance ahead of World Cup

Basingstoke Gazette: Luke Shaw Luke Shaw

Roy Hodgson will try to strike the right balance between youth and experience later today when he names his squad for the final friendly before he decides who goes to the World Cup.

Hodgson will name an enlarged squad of around 30 players for next Wednesday's home friendly against Denmark at Wembley.

Those players will convene in Watford on Sunday night and will then spend the following 72 hours trying to convince the England manager that they deserve to be on that plane to Brazil in June.

While much of the talk has been of a possible inclusion for the likes of Saints starlet Luke Shaw, Wilfried Zaha and Raheem Sterling, Hodgson acknowledges he cannot put all his faith in relatively untested youngsters for the World Cup.

"We can't just throw every senior player aside because maybe in 2016 there will be even more youngsters coming through," the England manager said recently after the Euro 2016 qualifying draw.

"But we always want to make certain that we do select some young players."

Shaw has been widely tipped to be called up for the friendly against Denmark.

Given that Ashley Cole has not been playing regular first-team football, Shaw's call-up may come at the expense of the Chelsea left-back.

Hodgson has been impressed with the form of Norwich's Nathan Redmond, Sunderland winger Adam Johnson and the rejuvenated Zaha in recent weeks so they may be included.

Phil Jones and Kyle Walker are both struggling with hip injuries so another Saints defender, Nathaniel Clyne, and Jon Flanagan could be given a chance for the first time.

There are others who could receive a call-up. Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore have been playing well for Hull while Gareth Barry has also been in superb form for Everton.

West Ham striker Andy Carroll - who is battling with Saints striker Rickie Lambert for one place on the plane to Brazil - and West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster are fit again following long lay-offs.

Whoever is called up, they will be given a taste of what to expect if they make the plane to Brazil as Hodgson is hoping to relay some of the plans he has made as a result of his fact-finding trip to South America last week.

"Even though the focus is on Denmark we also want to introduce some ideas to the players that we have with regard to going to Brazil, about how we are going to do things logistically," Hodgson added.

The Football Association has confirmed that there will be a minute's applause before kick-off next Wednesday for former England international Sir Tom Finney, who died on February 14.

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8:23am Thu 27 Feb 14

Sammy2sheds says...

Roy play it safe and choose hard working robots with no flair
C'mon it's worked so well in the past
Let's bore everyone to tears again
Hate to say it but old arry should have been given one World Cup
But Roy is safe and that's what we want
Roy play it safe and choose hard working robots with no flair C'mon it's worked so well in the past Let's bore everyone to tears again Hate to say it but old arry should have been given one World Cup But Roy is safe and that's what we want Sammy2sheds

8:37am Thu 27 Feb 14

JohnItaly says...

My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected. JohnItaly

8:46am Thu 27 Feb 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB. Seedhouse the Unrepentant

8:58am Thu 27 Feb 14

Puddletown Saint says...

In theory should be a very fresh squad. I personally would not have picked the certs for Brazil and played almost a B team. This would give the likes of Adam another start to cement his place - but alas as Sammy hinted at it is likely to be the same tried tested and FAILED players such as Barry Milner Johnson and Cole and the potential from the BIG CLUBS who may have put two good games together - Zaha, Sterling, Gibbs, Ox and Flanagan.

With my rose tinted glasses with include Shaw Clyne and CORK. Clyne is the best English right back in the country (Chambers is second) whilst Cork beats the likes of a Huddlestone Livermore Barry hands down.

Lets see. I would have six Saints but suspect only two :( COYR
In theory should be a very fresh squad. I personally would not have picked the certs for Brazil and played almost a B team. This would give the likes of Adam another start to cement his place - but alas as Sammy hinted at it is likely to be the same tried tested and FAILED players such as Barry Milner Johnson and Cole and the potential from the BIG CLUBS who may have put two good games together - Zaha, Sterling, Gibbs, Ox and Flanagan. With my rose tinted glasses with include Shaw Clyne and CORK. Clyne is the best English right back in the country (Chambers is second) whilst Cork beats the likes of a Huddlestone Livermore Barry hands down. Lets see. I would have six Saints but suspect only two :( COYR Puddletown Saint

8:59am Thu 27 Feb 14

JohnItaly says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.
I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.[/p][/quote]I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong! JohnItaly

9:13am Thu 27 Feb 14

Seedhouse the Unrepentant says...

JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.
I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong!
Ok. Don't forget Chambers then!
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.[/p][/quote]I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong![/p][/quote]Ok. Don't forget Chambers then! Seedhouse the Unrepentant

9:20am Thu 27 Feb 14

JohnItaly says...

Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.
I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong!
Ok. Don't forget Chambers then!
Now there's a thought Clyne & Chambers vying for England's RB position in the years to come!
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Unrepentant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]Don't forget Clyne. Everyone focuses on Shaw but with Cole and Baines in the squad LB is covered far better than RB.[/p][/quote]I did not forget Clyne but as he has not been automatic choice thought he would not be considered. It appears to me that not playing regularly for one of the "fashionable" clubs has little bearing on England selection which is not the case for "smaller" clubs. Again would be very happy to be proved wrong![/p][/quote]Ok. Don't forget Chambers then![/p][/quote]Now there's a thought Clyne & Chambers vying for England's RB position in the years to come! JohnItaly

9:23am Thu 27 Feb 14

killared says...

@Puddletown Saint

I don't know if you watch football but Sterling, Gibbs, Ox and Flanagan are doing really well for their clubs on the daily basis so you saying that they put two good games together it's a bit odd !. I do support Saint but between Rodriguez and the OX and Sterling I'll pick the OX and Sterling. Don't get me wrong Rodriguez is good but these two are just way better than him at the moment.
@Puddletown Saint I don't know if you watch football but Sterling, Gibbs, Ox and Flanagan are doing really well for their clubs on the daily basis so you saying that they put two good games together it's a bit odd !. I do support Saint but between Rodriguez and the OX and Sterling I'll pick the OX and Sterling. Don't get me wrong Rodriguez is good but these two are just way better than him at the moment. killared

10:24am Thu 27 Feb 14

Confucious says...

JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My take is:

Lallana - certainly

Shaw - definitely

Lambert - unquestionably

Rodriguez - unequivocally

Clyne - obviously

Chambers - categorically

I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.
[quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]My take is: Lallana - certainly Shaw - definitely Lambert - unquestionably Rodriguez - unequivocally Clyne - obviously Chambers - categorically I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book. Confucious

10:30am Thu 27 Feb 14

JohnItaly says...

Confucious wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My take is:

Lallana - certainly

Shaw - definitely

Lambert - unquestionably

Rodriguez - unequivocally

Clyne - obviously

Chambers - categorically

I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.
What I can say unequivocally it is an awful long time since I have so eagerly awaited the naming of an England squad.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]My take is: Lallana - certainly Shaw - definitely Lambert - unquestionably Rodriguez - unequivocally Clyne - obviously Chambers - categorically I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.[/p][/quote]What I can say unequivocally it is an awful long time since I have so eagerly awaited the naming of an England squad. JohnItaly

10:40am Thu 27 Feb 14

el caballo santos101 says...

I hope that with all the talk of shaw being picked his hopes aren't dashed and roy sees sense and does pick him. luke is still young and his time will come, he`s that good, but if he`s been listening to the hype around this squad and his potential inclusion and he`s not picked it could be a knock to his confidence and he might feel he will get picked f he plays for a `big` team. hopefully though we have instilled the right attitude in him and if he isn't in this squad he will see it as a challenge to improve for the next squad.
clyne or chambers could get the call because as seed said England`s current right backs aren't that good.
lalla? cant see him not being picked
SRL? well its him or donkey and who in their right mind would pick donkey?
J-rod? would like to see him given another chance although I think he will have to convert more chances for us first.
cant see cork being picked, hasn't made enough of a name for himself outside of Southampton, that's a criticism of the media not cork!
and for a `outside of the box pick` how about spider, he qualifies for England due to time spent playing here, I don't think he has played a competitive game for France yet. not sure he would want to play for England but worth asking.
I hope that with all the talk of shaw being picked his hopes aren't dashed and roy sees sense and does pick him. luke is still young and his time will come, he`s that good, but if he`s been listening to the hype around this squad and his potential inclusion and he`s not picked it could be a knock to his confidence and he might feel he will get picked f he plays for a `big` team. hopefully though we have instilled the right attitude in him and if he isn't in this squad he will see it as a challenge to improve for the next squad. clyne or chambers could get the call because as seed said England`s current right backs aren't that good. lalla? cant see him not being picked SRL? well its him or donkey and who in their right mind would pick donkey? J-rod? would like to see him given another chance although I think he will have to convert more chances for us first. cant see cork being picked, hasn't made enough of a name for himself outside of Southampton, that's a criticism of the media not cork! and for a `outside of the box pick` how about spider, he qualifies for England due to time spent playing here, I don't think he has played a competitive game for France yet. not sure he would want to play for England but worth asking. el caballo santos101

11:07am Thu 27 Feb 14

There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire says...

C'mon Morgan. You've lived here long enough. Declare yourself English. You know you want to
C'mon Morgan. You've lived here long enough. Declare yourself English. You know you want to There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire

11:23am Thu 27 Feb 14

killared says...

@There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire

I agreed He need to get real!. Morgan will never play for France there's too many players ahead of him and they have some youngsters coming through who are better than him e.g Rabiot, Kongdogbia, Eyserric. Why not playing for England and steal the place of Cleverley
@There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire I agreed He need to get real!. Morgan will never play for France there's too many players ahead of him and they have some youngsters coming through who are better than him e.g Rabiot, Kongdogbia, Eyserric. Why not playing for England and steal the place of Cleverley killared

1:24pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Costa Baz says...

What time is it announced?
What time is it announced? Costa Baz

1:25pm Thu 27 Feb 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My take is:

Lallana - certainly

Shaw - definitely

Lambert - unquestionably

Rodriguez - unequivocally

Clyne - obviously

Chambers - categorically

I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.
That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]My take is: Lallana - certainly Shaw - definitely Lambert - unquestionably Rodriguez - unequivocally Clyne - obviously Chambers - categorically I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.[/p][/quote]That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though. OSPREYSAINT

1:29pm Thu 27 Feb 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Costa Baz wrote:
What time is it announced?
BBC Sport say it is to be announced at 15:00 GMT. 3 o'clock p.m. in real time.
[quote][p][bold]Costa Baz[/bold] wrote: What time is it announced?[/p][/quote]BBC Sport say it is to be announced at 15:00 GMT. 3 o'clock p.m. in real time. OSPREYSAINT

1:58pm Thu 27 Feb 14

Confucious says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My take is:

Lallana - certainly

Shaw - definitely

Lambert - unquestionably

Rodriguez - unequivocally

Clyne - obviously

Chambers - categorically

I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.
That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though.
Get some more syllables or you could be mistaken for a skate eg Shatton chant last Saturday: "Fukc me, we're just cr@p".
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]My take is: Lallana - certainly Shaw - definitely Lambert - unquestionably Rodriguez - unequivocally Clyne - obviously Chambers - categorically I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.[/p][/quote]That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though.[/p][/quote]Get some more syllables or you could be mistaken for a skate eg Shatton chant last Saturday: "Fukc me, we're just cr@p". Confucious

1:59pm Thu 27 Feb 14

lowe esteem says...

killared wrote:
@There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire

I agreed He need to get real!. Morgan will never play for France there's too many players ahead of him and they have some youngsters coming through who are better than him e.g Rabiot, Kongdogbia, Eyserric. Why not playing for England and steal the place of Cleverley
They certainly seem to have a more parochial selection mandate than the English.
[quote][p][bold]killared[/bold] wrote: @There's only one 'H' in 'Ampshire I agreed He need to get real!. Morgan will never play for France there's too many players ahead of him and they have some youngsters coming through who are better than him e.g Rabiot, Kongdogbia, Eyserric. Why not playing for England and steal the place of Cleverley[/p][/quote]They certainly seem to have a more parochial selection mandate than the English. lowe esteem

2:00pm Thu 27 Feb 14

killared says...

As expected Morgan is not included in the French national side. As I said in my previous post Morgan should try his luck with the English national side he's way better than Carrick,Cleverley, Milner
As expected Morgan is not included in the French national side. As I said in my previous post Morgan should try his luck with the English national side he's way better than Carrick,Cleverley, Milner killared

2:04pm Thu 27 Feb 14

killared says...

@lowe esteem

You wrong for your national side you have to pick the best. Morgan is good but not better than Pogba or Sissoko That's why is not picked.
@lowe esteem You wrong for your national side you have to pick the best. Morgan is good but not better than Pogba or Sissoko That's why is not picked. killared

2:47pm Thu 27 Feb 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Confucious wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Confucious wrote:
JohnItaly wrote:
My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:-

Lallana - certainty
Shaw - probable
Lambert - possible
Rodriguez - no

Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.
My take is:

Lallana - certainly

Shaw - definitely

Lambert - unquestionably

Rodriguez - unequivocally

Clyne - obviously

Chambers - categorically

I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.
That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though.
Get some more syllables or you could be mistaken for a skate eg Shatton chant last Saturday: "Fukc me, we're just cr@p".
I had to Google syllable as I couldn't remember how to spell it, that is what happens when the old grey cells deteriorate. I can assure you no one could mistake me for a skate, for many, many reasons.
[quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Confucious[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnItaly[/bold] wrote: My own take on this whilst awaiting Roy Hodgson's selected 30 is:- Lallana - certainty Shaw - probable Lambert - possible Rodriguez - no Like to think I'm wrong but just cannot see all four being selected.[/p][/quote]My take is: Lallana - certainly Shaw - definitely Lambert - unquestionably Rodriguez - unequivocally Clyne - obviously Chambers - categorically I have no idea who else he will pick from other clubs as they are all much of a muchness in my book.[/p][/quote]That's easy for you to say, I struggled with words of two syllables. Their only possible handicap is the fact that they play for SFC! It is great just even to consider the possibilty though.[/p][/quote]Get some more syllables or you could be mistaken for a skate eg Shatton chant last Saturday: "Fukc me, we're just cr@p".[/p][/quote]I had to Google syllable as I couldn't remember how to spell it, that is what happens when the old grey cells deteriorate. I can assure you no one could mistake me for a skate, for many, many reasons. OSPREYSAINT

3:03pm Thu 27 Feb 14

el caballo santos101 says...

SRL in, J-rod in, Lalla in, LUKE IN!!!!!!!!
4 players in the squad!!!!!
SRL in, J-rod in, Lalla in, LUKE IN!!!!!!!! 4 players in the squad!!!!! el caballo santos101

3:05pm Thu 27 Feb 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Who was it that said that Rickie would never get called up again? 4 of the best, what an honour.
Who was it that said that Rickie would never get called up again? 4 of the best, what an honour. OSPREYSAINT

3:11pm Thu 27 Feb 14

ctsaint says...

Its official we have 4 players in the England Squad! Who would have thought!
2 home grown and 2 adpoted ! Thats just the senior squad - we really do need to take a step back and look at what the club has achieved and admire all the work from everyone who has contributed - COYR's the confidence lift this will give the rest of the Saints (and England :-) ) squad is huge!
Its official we have 4 players in the England Squad! Who would have thought! 2 home grown and 2 adpoted ! Thats just the senior squad - we really do need to take a step back and look at what the club has achieved and admire all the work from everyone who has contributed - COYR's the confidence lift this will give the rest of the Saints (and England :-) ) squad is huge! ctsaint

6:52pm Thu 27 Feb 14

justaSaintsfan says...

On balance, Roy, I think my balanced view is that you won't leave all four Saints players you have picked in your squad of 30 out of your final 23!!!

COYR!!!
On balance, Roy, I think my balanced view is that you won't leave all four Saints players you have picked in your squad of 30 out of your final 23!!! COYR!!! justaSaintsfan

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