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Gareth Southgate names England squad and Ian Wright sends 'gutted' Twitter message to West Ham duo

Ian Wright has taken to Twitter to offer a massage of support to West Ham duo Jarrod Bowen and Aaron Cresswell after Gareth Southgate names England squad.

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The Three Lions boss included all of his old favourites like Harry Kane and Tyrone Mings when naming his latest squad.

Meanwhile, he ignored the likes of Hammers stars Jarrod Bowen and Aaron Cresswell who have both been absolutely brilliant this season.

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Hammers duo desperately unlucky

The West Ham duo have shone for David Moyes at the London Stadium.

And their omissions from the England national squad really was rather baffling.

Especially when Southgate insisted that he would pick his squads based on current form rather than reputations!

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Ian Wright sends Twitter message after Gareth Southgate names England squad

The England boss named his latest squad for the upcoming international fixtures.

And there really were some glaring omissions.

Wright took to Twitter and showed empathy to the likes of Bowen and Cresswell who missed out…

Southgate needs to remember his bold statement from three years ago.

If he is to get the England fans onside he needs to stick by his principles.

The Three Lions face World Cup qualifiers against Albania and San Marino over the course of the next couple of weeks.

The fact that we’re playing those two teams makes Southgate’s squad selection even more baffling. Why not try out unproven and untested players at international level rather than sticking with the same old faces?

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England can win both of those games with their second string B team.

Gareth Southgate names England squad amidst fierce criticism

The Three Lions boss is surely looking closely at the likes of Bowen and Cresswell.

The West Ham players can’t do much more than they’ve already done over the past 18 months.

Perhaps Southgate just doesn’t fancy them.

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If that is the case, then it’s very much England’s loss.

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