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With the rise of Luke Shaw, England is now a haven for struggling stars

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Dominic King: England is now a haven for struggling stars like Luke Shaw who have welcomed the opportunity to swap Carrington for St George’s Park.

  • England Duty is giving undefeated players a chance to make an impact at the club level
  • Defender Luke Shelley claims to be enjoying his football with the Three Lions
  • The Manchester United defender, 26, is grateful to be playing for his country

In the distant past, the arrival of a round of international fixtures on the horizon will leave some managers with players having ‘words’.

Club owners have always despised the possibility of losing key men in situations beyond their control during crucial seasons. As a result, there are always stories within the game of players missing call-ups behind their manager.

“During my time at Liverpool, I can guarantee that three or four guys – with a manager’s nose – were injured when they were fully fit,” Jamie Carragher once wrote in a column for Sportsmail. “I bet the same thing happens at other clubs.”

Luke Shaw scored in England’s 2-1 win over Switzerland at Wembley on Saturday afternoon.

The Manchester United defender claims that he enjoyed the change of scenery

The Manchester United defender claims that he enjoyed the change of scenery

After England beat Switzerland 2-1 on Saturday night, Luke Shaw started talking from the heart.

Manchester United left-back did not always jump at the chance to participate in national service but now accepts the opportunity to swap Carrington for St George’s Park. It’s been a frustrating time for United and Shaw has suffered a concussion – while he thrives on confidence but the weather at Old Trafford has seen him drain.

“When I come here, it’s just a matter of having fun and playing games with a smile on my face,” he said. “We all love to play for our country and when we’re here, we’re all focused.”

ENGLAND – Who would have thought that a setup that is often seen as equivalent to community service football could provide shelter? It shows how the landscapes for a particular club and country have changed dramatically.

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