Ahead of England friendlies, an entire pile of players have been ruled out of the England squad for up coming matches against Germany and Brazil through injury problem.
The vast majority of them are in midfield and that has seen Burnley midfielder Jack Cork gain his first England call up after an amazing start to the season with the Clarets.
The 28-year-old joined Burnley for £4m from Swansea for £8m and has been a key part to their great start to the League season under manager Sean Dyche.
The most recent withdrawal for Gareth Southgate’s squad were Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling with a thigh issue alongside Fabian Delph who is likewise harmed.
Jordan Henderson is likewise out and that has just observed Jake Livermore of West Brom drafted into the squad, with Cork now going along with him however there is one name missing in there – Jack Wilshere.
The Arsenal man – while short on game time this season – has been extremely amazing when he has been on the pitch and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger also touted the midfielder for an England invite.
It appears that the response via web-based networking media is much the same, with fans left inquisitive concerning why Cork was brought up ahead of Wilshere. We presume the measure of game time played will obviously come into it however as far as ability? It’s a no challenge.