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Phil Foden 06:29 - May 5 with 513 viewsJaySaint

He is quite good isn't he.

Got to be a starter for England in the front 3. I am sure Southgate can screw it up.
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Phil Foden on 07:23 - May 5 with 480 viewsSalisburySaint

he is a superb player and Pep has done well to develop him slowly, and has to start for England, whereas Sterling seems to have lost his way and shouldn't start for England imo
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Phil Foden on 08:21 - May 5 with 436 viewssolent_toffee

He’s a fantastic player and has to be a starter for England, build the team around him.

City have done a brilliant job with him ever since he was a kid and Guardiola has handled his progress brilliantly.

He’s a nice lad with a nice family by all accounts, hopefully as our vile press keep away from them and let him be more Xavi and Iniesta and less Gazza and Rooney.
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Phil Foden on 11:25 - May 5 with 362 viewsSonicBoom

Phil Foden on 07:23 - May 5 by SalisburySaint

he is a superb player and Pep has done well to develop him slowly, and has to start for England, whereas Sterling seems to have lost his way and shouldn't start for England imo


Sterling is a very good player but it does show that making the right decision at the right moment just cannot be taught or coached. It's natural.
Look at Kevin De Bruyne, if he has the ball he does the right thing 99% of the time. Sterling gets in great situations but you never know if he is going to do something great or fluff a simple pass. Same goes for finishing I suppose. Sterling has the entire might of the Man City coaching set up behind him, but you still wouldn't call him a reliable finisher.
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Phil Foden on 11:47 - May 5 with 351 viewsTimSaint

Phil Foden on 07:23 - May 5 by SalisburySaint

he is a superb player and Pep has done well to develop him slowly, and has to start for England, whereas Sterling seems to have lost his way and shouldn't start for England imo


Rumour is that as he isn't first choice, he wants out. Real Madrid for £75m.

TimSaint

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