Made in England by Kevin Raftery
It's no surprise that England embarrassingly exited the Euro Championships 2012 as soon as they faced reasonable opposition (Italy in this case). But what is the way forward now for England?
One thing that is for certain is that the English team will never progress on an international stage whilst the players are enmeshed within the current apparatuses governing the English FA. Not just has the FA allowed the Premier League to be saturated with foreign players so our English players struggle harder to make the grade; greed and power has always personified its culture.
It can be argued that same culture of selfish and ruthless self-ambition has rubbed off on English footballers and because of it they do not and cannot play as a unit. The differing pay structures for different players can also engender resentments in a team. Even the continental teams for most part participate in the same realms of greed but they seem to still have the edge when it comes down to competition.
The obvious answer is regionalised football based on the academy where the ruling goes that you play for the area you are in born in. As in if one is born in North Staffordshire they can only opt to play for a local club like Port Vale or Stoke City. This and the restructuring of the wage for English footballers, say £1000 per week plus expenses, could be the only way England can ever hope to lift the World Cup again
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