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England Release World Cup Numbers

England Release World Cup Numbers

England have today released the shirt numbers that players will wear at this year's World Cup in Brazil.

With the squad now in Portugal on their mini training camp as we prepare for the Wembley send off against Peru on Friday May 30th, before heading out to South America, the squad numbers have now been confirmed by manager Roy Hodgson.

1. Joe Hart
2. Glen Johnson
3. Leighton Baines
4. Steven Gerrard
5. Gary Cahill
6. Phil Jagielka
7. Jack Wilshere
8. Frank Lampard
9. Daniel Sturridge
10. Wayne Rooney
11. Daniel Welbeck
12. Chris Smalling
13. Ben Foster
14. Jordan Henderson
15. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
16. Phil Jones
17. James Milner
18. Rickie Lambert
19. Raheem Sterling
20. Adam Lallana
21. Ross Barkley
22. Fraser Forster
23. Luke Shaw

Not sure the numbers mean much in terms of Roy Hodgson's plans outside of the obvious and the likely starting players carrying the lower numbers, with those there mainly for experience being in the double figures.

At least fans know what to get on their backs now should they wish.

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday May 22 2014
Time: 9:29PM

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