Roy Hodgson insists that he will not ask John Terry to come out of international retirement after two poor performances against Chile and Germany.
England’s defence was the most criticised area of England’s squad after the back to back losses.
So there is a call for Hodgson to bring back a bit more experience into the England sqaud, but many reports are adamant that Terry will reject the call if he is asked to return to the squad.
John Terry has not played for England since September 2012, and sources close to Terry said ‘John only wants to concentrate on Chelsea. He is in good form, is fit and doing well. ‘He has retired from international football and has no plans to change that.
Former England right-back, Danny Mills is the man leading the charge to bring Terry back to the national side.
Hodgson however has dismissed the idea, ‘We’ve moved on from that. John retired. We’ve qualified with our 10 matches and 10 matches with (Gary) Cahill and (Phil) Jagielka. And we’ve seen a very good performance from Chris Smalling’.
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