Jose Mourinho names England XI he'd play at Euro 2020 with some controversial calls
Jose Mourinho has named the England XI he'd play at Euro 2020 - and it's fair to say he's made some rather controversial calls.
The Portuguese manager has worked with some of the world's best players, including a handful in contention to feature for England in this summer's competition.
But just because Mourinho knows these individuals by name, doesn't mean to say he gave them preferential treatment.
To get his team started, Mourinho, who was speaking on talkSPORT, named a man he does know well in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Between the sticks is one of England's weaker positions and Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate is expected to remain loyal to his preferred choice of Everton shot-stopper Jordan Pickford.
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But Mourinho believes Henderson would offer England a bit more.
In defence, assuming Red Devils captain Harry Maguire is still out injured, Mourinho has selected Manchester City centre-back John Stones and Aston Villa's Tyrone Mings.
England are spoilt for choice at right-back and Mourinho has selected Kyle Walker over …
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