Ok, after a dismal world cup, the world, the press and their dogs in Italy and more close to home, England, have decided that it's grass roots issues that affected the lazy performances of overpaid players. So, in England we blame the lack of English players playing at the top clubs. Putting aside that Rooney, Carrick, Scholes, Rio, Brown, Foster, Neville, and Smalling are or were last season part of the United squad, which English players, in your opinion, are good enough to step up to the big teams? Putting money issues aside, what English players would you sign in order to make United and England better. A quick list of potentials (based on players under 26 or so, who would leave their clubs)- Cahill of Bolton, Green of West Ham, Hart of City, O'hara of Spurs, Shawcross of Stoke, Mancienne of Chelsea/West Brom (like Chelsea will ever play him!), Warnock of Blackburn, Wheater of Middlesborough, Rodwell (Ok, we all want him!), Vaughan, Leon Osman, Leighton Baines, Tony Hibbert, Gosling all of Everton, Young, Agbonlahor and James Milner of Villa, Micah Richards of Manchester City, Jay Spearing of Liverpool (He might as well leave now unless Hodgson changes things), Carlton Cole of West Ham, Tom Huddlestone of Spurs, Steven Taylor of Newcastle. The list is long, and I'm sure I'm missing some young guns off. They all have their merits, overpriced in some cases (Milner, Young etc), but talented they are. Could you see any of them improving at United and improving our squad? An outdated list of names from 2007/9 can be found below - I'm sure I've missed some new stars off. http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/foot ... 08998.html http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/footba ... eague.html My list of England Squad future stars would be Mancienne, Shawcross, and Cahill - all set to become future England Squad defenders (Mancienne may replace Rio eventually for country). Jay Spearing deserves a proper crack at the EPL, sadly for the player it won't be at his hometown club. He has the skill to become a regular for country but really needs games to start avoiding turning into a Keiron Richardson. And Rodwell, the real true gem in the pack and the one who would be best staying at Everton in order to keep his feet on the ground and become an England legend (example - Wayne Rooney and his rant at the fans).