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Is Aston Villa's Fabian Delph The Next Englishman Making A Play For Roy Hodgson's World Cup Squad?

Is Aston Villa's Fabian Delph The Next Englishman Making A Play For Roy Hodgson's World Cup Squad?

Fabian Delph has been a first-team player at Leeds and then Aston Villa since 2006.

But the midfielder is yet to earn a call-up to the English national team despite emerging as a player with enormous potential.

A slow start to life at Villa Park hasn’t helped but it seems that the 24-year-old is now finding the consistency which could make Roy Hodgson sit up and take notice.

And this sensational strike – his third this season – against West Brom on Wednesday night will not have gone unnoticed by the England boss:

It follows this powerful effort from earlier in the season against Southampton:

Could someone like Delph have an outside chance of making the England squad if he keeps scoring important and impressive goals this these?

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Is Aston Villa's Fabian Delph The Next Englishman Making A Play For Roy Hodgson's World Cup Squad?

Is Aston Villa's Fabian Delph The Next Englishman Making A Play For Roy Hodgson's World Cup Squad?

Fabian Delph has been a first-team player at Leeds and then Aston Villa since 2006.

But the midfielder is yet to earn a call-up to the English national team despite emerging as a player with enormous potential.

A slow start to life at Villa Park hasn’t helped but it seems that the 24-year-old is now finding the consistency which could make Roy Hodgson sit up and take notice.

And this sensational strike – his third this season – against West Brom on Wednesday night will not have gone unnoticed by the England boss:

It follows this powerful effort from earlier in the season against Southampton:

Could someone like Delph have an outside chance of making the England squad if he keeps scoring important and impressive goals this these?

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