Peter crouch chance to England national team
March 27, 2012 9:16am CST
We have seen the beautiful goal from Crouch when stoke city held City 1-1 draw on last weekend match. He volleyed the ball right away and the ball rush beautifully on the back of the Joe hart's net. I can see this one of the best goal of this season in EPL. He showed not only strong on the air but also skillful on the ground. We still remember Crouch performance couple of years back in the national team. He has been opportunities striker in front of penalty area and score with many ways and tricks for England. Understand there will be many young players in England strikers nowadays and very hard to shift rooney place as well..so what do you think about Crouch chance back as England striker?
27 Mar 12
Crouch's goal is indeed a beauty but everyone knows his strongest asset is heading of the ball. He should be in the England squad for the Euro. His presence will give them another option when plan A fails. As pointed out, Rooney and Defoe should be the first choice pairing.
27 Mar 12
That was an amazing goal. As I posted about it, I think it's the best goal in my opinion it is the best goal of the season. I think he deserves a position in England's Euro2012 squad but i'm not sure he can become a starter. Rooney and Defoe would be my choices in a 4-4-2 with Crouch as the 1st striker substitute.
16 Jul 12
I think Peter Crouch will make a significant impact on the team. Not only does he have the experience needed to push Stoke City further, empowering their spirits, thus enriching the overall team attitude. Give him 2 months and you should a major change in how the team reacts to each other and the unity they bring about.
29 Mar 12
I would like to see Crouch back in the England squad. His height, skill and work rate are all quality assets that England can use when their team A is not effective or has a bad day. His score rate is quite decent too. But I can not see him getting so much play time as I feel that England, with the group of young players coming up, will want a strike force that is with pace and speed which Crouch lacks.