The England team that will win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
There's no doubt Jack Wilshere will be leading the team - but who will be managing them, and who else makes the starting XI?
After 56 years of hurt - England will win the World Cup in Qatar - or at least that's the target FA chairman Greg Dyke has set today.
Aside from the question over whether Sepp Blatter still be in charge of Fifa come the time England finally win something - who will be in the team that leads the Three Lions to glory? And who might be the manager?
We pick out England's starting XI for their victorious World Cup final in the heat (or perhaps winter) of the Middle East.
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