Now here's the REAL England team to smash Spain and frighten the life out of Europe: Hart Kyle Walker Ledley King Michael Dawson Danny Rose Scott Parker Tom Huddlestone Jake Livermore (Capt.) Aaron Lennon Wayne Rooney Jermain Defoe Now I know what you're thinking here. Is he MAD? Has he been ridiculously BIASED? Look guys, I HAD to include a couple of players from the Manchester area, and it was difficult to leave out Rooney even in spite of his disciplinary record. I have quite unashamedly made Scott Parker the Captain. He was West Ham's most influential player for years, was man of the match when we played Spain on Saturday, and with just a handful of games for Spurs is fast becoming one of our legends. Also, before he turned to professional football I was an avid reader of his Car Price Guide. In fact, if it wasn't for Scott I wouldn't have bought my first Skoda in 1986. Sometimes, when I look at Football Management I wonder if I missed my true vocation even though only about half a dozen of you on this overrated blog will recognise the subtle genius of my incredible line-up. Basically, assuming Ledders knees hold out, he and Daws can shore up the defence and nobody will win a ruddy ball in the air. Daws simply HAS to play, not only because he and Ledders complement each other, but because all the other centre-halves are racists. I'll give you an example of this when I was behinds Daws in a London shoe shop: Daws: Can I have a tin of boot polish please? African shopkeeper: What colour would you like? Daws: Er...... Any colour but brown. A day later I was in the same shop behind John Terry. JT: Can I have a tin of boot polish please? African shopkeeper: What colour would you like? JT: Golly, I'm not sure. African shopkeeper: Oi! Who are you calling a golly? See what I mean? Anyway, back to the genius of the formation: Kyle and Danny will take them apart on the wings. Scott and Jake will win all the tackles in midfield leaving Thud to spray the ball all over the park. Then we've got Lennon flying into the penalty area to centre it for Rooney to play in Defoe. They'll never hold us. Simples. SORTED. That's all for now, I've got to get back to the bar.