Now we’ve all probably already heard that English youth side manager Stuart Pierce is going to take over the senior squad for a while until the FA will decide on who is the best manager who can take over the squad.
You’ve also probably found out the fact that even though Pierce declared that he’s going to use a very young line-up, the likes of Sturridge, Cleverly and Campbell were called to the national squad, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was forgotten about.
Now my question to you is why? What did Cleverly do that Chamberlain didn’t? Cleverly just got back from an injury and even though he’s a talented young lad he’s far from the form which made him an international player in the first place. Campbell is indeed in a good form and his call-up is probably explainable, and so is Sturridge’s if we think about the amount of games he gets for Chelsea and the fact that he is one of the few in form Blues players, but what was the reasoning when he decided to leave the OX home?
From all of the above mentioned Chamberlain is by far the most in form player and his progress was incredible coming from Southampton to Arsenal and then proving to be one of the most promising players in English football, so why not call him?
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