So much is being talked about who Capello should take to the WC & who he shouldn't, I just wondered what the people on this forum felt. Personally, I would take 3 keepers, 5 CD's & 4 Full-backs, 6 midfielders & 5 strikers. That for me would be: Goalkeepers: David James, Joe Hart & Paul Robinson Full-Backs: Cashley Cole, Stephen Warnock, Glenn Johnson & Gary Neville Central Defence: Rio Ferdinand, John Terry, Michael Dawson, Ryan Shawcross & Ledley King Midfield: Steven Gerrard, Aaron Lennon, Frank Lampard, James Milner, Ashley Young, Gareth Barry Strikers: Wayne Rooney, Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe, Emile Heskey & Gabby Agbonlahor I really don't think Matty Upson, Theo Walcott & Rob Green have done enough to deserve a place ahead of these players. If Capello absolutely has to take Walcott, then I would take him as a 5th striker in place of Agbonlahor. That way you have him being able to play thru the middle if needs be or on the right. Milner is a must as he can play all over the pitch & has been superb this year. Lennon has to get that RW spot tho & hopefully he can get a few games before the season is over. I just have a feeling that he will take this WC by storm - & don't forget that, unlike Theo, SWP & the rest, Aaron has played in a WC before. I think that squad has a great mix of youth & experience; flair players & utility players; speed & creativity. I think having Neville in there (altho I'm doubting he will be) is very important. He has been solid as ever for United this season so will have no problem as a backup for Johnson & his attitude is superb & his experience & winning mentality in the dressing room will be vital to the likes of Johnson.