Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has insisted that England have plenty of leaders in their squad following his impressive captaincy debut against Scotland in a World Cup qualifier this month.


The Spurs striker was awarded the armband for the game at Hampden Park with Gareth Southgate yet to decide on who would be handed the permanent leader position.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is of the opinion that striker Andy Carroll has the capability to impress England manager Gareth Southgate anytime.


The striker has recently returned to form with four goals in as many appearances. Even though the former Newcastle United striker made his debut for the England national team back in 2010, he has only featured on nine appearances to date. He has not been the preferred choice for managers like Roy Hodgson and Sam Allardyce. This has resulted in Carroll last featuring for the England national team back in 2012.

West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is confident that striker Andy Carroll will be able to make a positive impression on Gareth Southgate’s mind before the start of the World Cup qualifiers in March.


Carroll has been in an international wilderness since making his international debut in 2010. Even though he is one of the best options at holding up the ball available for the England national team, several managers have overlooked him due to poor form of several injuries. Carroll last made more than 45 appearances in a single season back in the 2011-12 campaign.

While the qualification standings suggest that there is absolutely no problem for the Three Lions to earn their ticket to Russia, they are actually in danger of missing out on the World Cup and it’s because of an off the field reason.


FIFA has strictly prohibited the domestic federation of the countries to share their control with any other body, not even with the government of the country. The federation has to be run by itself with all the decisions being made by its own board.

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