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Two starting Man Utd players could miss out on the World Cup

By Harry Smith

Two starting Man Utd players could miss out on the World Cup

Gareth Southgate is England manager and is on a mission to win the World Cup. 

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The controversy was not long in the recent call-up of players for the last FIFA date previous to Qatar 2022, the coach called players who have no activity in their respective teams and left out others who do have an active role in their clubs.


Comments on social networks and in the media have been critical, with names appearing that fans do not agree with Southgate's decision. England's Nations League double-header will see them face Italy and Germany.

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This list details what could be the final list to go to Qatar, as we are two months away from the start of the World Cup, names like Jack Grealish who since his arrival at Manchester City has been far from the level that led him to be one of the best players in the Premier League.


There are two Manchester United players in this list, and they are two defenders who have not seen activity as they used to have in previous seasons, the case of Luke Shaw who has had little participation in the team of Erik ten Hag. And on the other side, the controversial player who has not been consistent, and who Red Devils fans do not support, is Harry Maguire, who has a secondary role in his team's plans this season.


Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho are starting for Man Utd and are not in the roster


Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford have risen to the occasion, as they have taken a leading role in Manchester United's starting line-up, even playing a direct part in attacking production. They are two youngsters who have already been part of the England National Team, and who may be left out for no apparent reason.


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