We're edging closer and closer to our new manager [Roy Hodgson, who saw that coming?] and with that crucial decision nearing completion, it's time to focus on the major problems facing the squad ahead of the European Championships this summer. The main problem being Wayne Rooney's impending two-game ban, so who will be replacing Wazza at the top of the tree in Poland and Ukraine?
Who Should Replace Wayne Rooney For The First Two Games Of Euro 2012?
Wayne Rooney's ridiculous red card against Montenegro last year leaves England in a sticky spot, so who's getting us out of it?
He scores when he wants, he scores when he wants, Andy Carroll, he obviously doesn't like scoring. An open target for mockers, Andy Carroll is capable of scoring regularly and he's capable of scoring well. A dangerous target-man who would give any central defender a tough-time, is he worth the risk?