Yesterday, England’s Euro 2016 was accidentally uploaded to the FA website, only for it to be taken down soon after.
However, many outlets, such as Euro Sport, picked up on it – and reported Roy Hodgson’s chosen 23 along with his standby selections.
According to the leak, here’s the full England squad for this summer’s tournament in France:
The 23-man England squad is out apparently (unverified, of course…)
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— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) May 9, 2016
Nathaniel Clyne is the only natural right-back in the squad, while Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana and James Milner fill nine of the midfield spots.
Despite Henderson’s recent absence, it’s clear the England boss thinks he’s worth the risk.
Up top, Daniel Sturridge gets the nod at the expense of Theo Walcott, while Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck similarly misses out due to injury. Wayne Rooney travels, along with the top flight’s hotshot strikers Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy.
Unbelievably, Hodgson supposedly has gone with Luke Shaw, who’s been injured the entire season, ahead of Tottenham’s in-form left-back Danny Rose.
He’s also selected Jack Wilshere, who’s played 72 minutes of Premier League football all season, ahead of West Ham’s Mark Noble and Manchester City’s Fabien Delph.