One for the future;

Raheem Sterling;

A product of the QPR youth system, he moved to Liverpool at the age of fifteen. From there he worked his way up to the first team. On 24 March 2012, Sterling made his senior Liverpool debut as a substitute in a league match against Wigan Athletic aged 17 years and 107 days, becoming the second-youngest player ever to play for the club. On 1 May he made his second appearance, again as a substitute, against Fulham. On the final home game of the season, he made another substitute appearance in a 4-1 win against Chelsea.


    Now with Brendan Rodgers at the helm at Liverpool I can see nothing but a very bright future for the man from Kingston, Jamaica. The better news is he plays for the England youth set up and I can see him taking both the Premier league and the international stage by storm!

Ross Barclay;

Ross Barclay will become a future England international and get well over fifty caps! It's a bold statement to make but the young Evertonian has the lot for me. He's mature way beyond his years and sometimes it's easy to forget he's only eighteen years old.

  He is one of England's brightest young propects and currently on loan at Sheffield Wednesday for a month. I don't think he'll be loaned again as he's certain to be a first teamer at Goodison Park.

He will devolop well at Everton and under a good Manager in David Mayes I can see him going from strength to strength.

A future England Captain? I wouldn't rule it out but as the saying goes, 'It's a funny old game'. 

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