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Following England’s nightmare World Cup exit, which has made tonight’s match against Costa Rica basically irrelevant, fans can only look forward to the next major tournament in Euro 2016.
With Roy Hodgson, who’s being allowed to remain in the job, set to make some serious changes goign forward, here’s how the Three Lions could start in two years’ time – should they qualify for the tournament in the first place!
The average age of this XI is just 24.5…
(Players ages in 2016 are shown in brackets)
GK) Joe Hart (29-years-old)
No English keepers are seemingly anywhere near challenging Hart for the no.1 spot yet. The Manchester City man will be entering his peak years in 2016, and could possibly even captain the side if Steven Gerrard retires.