Joe Hart needs more nastiness as England goalkeeper - Stuart Pearce

Posted October 08, 2017

Hart's experience gets him a spot, we know what he can do.

"Well, you're always there to win football matches, but you also have to be thinking what is realistic as well", he said.

Wilshere spent last season on loan at Bournemouth as he looked to build match fitness following nearly a year out with injury, but after an impressive first-half of the campaign, his season ended pre-maturely when he suffered a fracture. Kane poked home Kyle Walker's cross in the fourth minute of stoppage-time.

"I can't remember Joe getting questioned too much until Pep went into Man City and started questioning if he could play on the floor". Marcus Rashford, England's brightest player against Slovenia, would struggle to find a place, but ultimately he doesn't look entirely comfortable out wide and probably will be a backup to Kane regardless of the system.

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Joachim Low's men have secured their spot in Russian Federation next year by winning all their nine qualifiers.

Glenn Hoddle was asked to pick a Man of the Match in the 87th minute, and his puzzled response said it all.

"England players do not travel well".

"We have got goalscorers and we have got some attacking players that we think will cause problems to any team in the world". England has no one like Toni Kroos, Luka Modrić, Marco Verratti, Andrés Iniesta, Eden Hazard or N'Golo Kante who can dominate and control midfield (and that's just in Europe).

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Hart made his senior England debut under Fabio Capello and has been the national team's established number one since Euro 2012, when his antics during a penalty shoot-out against Italy failed to put off Andrea Pirlo.

"The main thing we needed to take out of the Euros (where England lost to Iceland at the last-16 stage) was that we have not been leading-edge in terms of psychological support for our senior team", Glenn told the Leaders in Sport conference in London.

"Kane is in extraordinary form", said Slovenia coach Srečko Katanec who claimed with some justification England did not deserve to win at Wembley.

As England prepares for Russian Federation, it is becoming a team that relies nearly exclusively on one player.

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Joe Hart has conceded 13 Premier League goals for West Ham this season.