Should the 6-5 rule be soon introduced into the English Premier League?
thus making it a much better battlefield where English talents are developed?
Ever since the Premier League was Sky jacked , we have never reached the semi finals of the World Cup let alone win it.
The so called Golden Generation with the likes of World Class players like Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand etc also failed to deliver the World Cup or at least a Euro.
The FA's recent intervention is a good move..ie putting in the academy facilities in grass root levels of English Football but honestly how long will it take to get implemented?
and for all we know by the time England do play addictive passing total football , the total football itself might be past its sell by date
Its a vicious circle...I want to see England win a World Cup and I can see a talented group of English Youngsters now who are not far different from the Great Golden Generation itself
If Adam Johnson is played regularly (which the 6-5 rule would inevitably force Manchester City to) then I can see the Mancunian Messi winning us the World Cup...it won't be easy...but that kid is too talented
Also a 6-5 rule would have forced Sir Alex Ferguson to think in terms of Ben Amos or Ben Foster rather than a Sketelenburg and Neuer to replace Edwin Van Der Sar...
OQ- Name your team's strongest line up with a 6-5 ?
Ours- Ben Amos, Rafael, Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra, Fletcher, Scholes, Carrick, Rooney, Cleverley, Berbatov
Miss Amy- Aaron Ramsey is Welsh
- Anonymvor 10 JahrenBeste Antwort
Distin Neville Baines Jagielka
Cahill Arteta Fellaini Rodwell
- Anonymvor 4 Jahren
confident, been very consistent for the previous 4 or 5 seasons so thoroughly deserve merchandising. Being a Welsh club has no longer something to do with it; they have continuously performed interior the English League equipment and the club have been formed in the previous the Welsh League besides, as have been Swansea.
- Anonymvor 10 Jahren
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Lennon Huddlestone Modric Pienaar
I think it should because some teams have a ridiculously low amount of English...(or even British) players and it's killing any chance for the national team.
But on the other hand....almost all SPL clubs have at least 50-60 percent of their squad who are Scottish and clearly that doesn't work much either.
- NumbLv 6vor 10 Jahren
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- Strawberry_LynnLv 5vor 10 Jahren
I'm totally against it. It'll mean that Welshmen, Scots, & N. Irish will be classified as "foreigners" in their own country, i.e. the UK
And it's very insulting
- vor 10 Jahren
im Against it 100%. I rather have foreigners play for Arsenal. Ridiculous rule.
- Anonymvor 10 Jahren