Best XI of players missing out on World Cup with France without three key stars

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A host of star-studded payers will be absent from the World Cup in Qatar with may fans gutted not to see their heroes in action. Whether it be due to injury or their country failing to qualify, som…

England will be without first-choice right-back James at the World Cup Sergio Ramos – centre-back – Spain Despite Spain qualifying for Qatar, boss Luis Enrique surprisingly decided against calling up Sergio Ramos.FIFA World Cup 2022 World Cup Extra: Belgium v Canada Watch alternative content with FIFA build-up from the stadium, 5 live commentary, extended BBC TV post-match reaction and World Cup documentaries as Canada meet fancied Belgium.Switzerland boss fancies chances at World Cup – ‘We are the best Swiss team to exist’ Switzerland boss fancies chances at World Cup – ‘We are the best Swiss team to exist’ Date published: Wednesday 23rd November 2022 6:32 - News Desk Speaking ahead of their World Cup opener against Cameroon on Thursday, Switzerland boss Murat Yakin has said the current national team is the greatest to exist in the country’s history., resulting in Eintracht Frankfurt’s Randal Kolo Muani being called up.

That is despite the 36-year-old being in great form for PSG having featured in 20 games this term – seven more than he managed last season.Advertisement Ramos, who won the 2010 World Cup along with two European Championships, is Spain’s most capped player of all time with 180 appearances.Getty - Contributor Ramos has 180 caps for Spain but won’t be adding to them in Qatar David Alaba – centre-back – Austria One of the best defenders of his generation, Real Madrid ace Alaba has won ten Bundesliga titles, one LaLiga and three Champions Leagues.“I think we have a great team with a great team spirit that has been built for the last couple of years.Advertisement But he has never appeared at a World Cup, with Austria’s last appearance coming in 1998.His former Real teammate in the playoff semi-final after banging in a delightful double.You can tune in to talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 via our free online streaming service at.

Getty Madrid defender Alaba has never appeared at a World Cup with Austria Andy Robertson – left-back – Scotland Advertisement losing to Ukraine in the summer.But while Xhaka admitted his experiences with his club have boosted preparations for the tournament, he will not let success with the Gunners deflect from what he hopes will be more glory on the international stage.Recognised as one of the world’s best left-backs, the Liverpool defender is yet to play in a World Cup.Liverpool left-back Robertson couldn’t help Scotland qualify for the World Cup Paul Pogba – centre midfield – France Advertisement helping Les Bleus defend their World Cup crown.Pogba is yet to feature this season since joining Juventus on a free transfer after running his contract down at Manchester United.” Switzerland will face a Cameroon side who have failed to pick up a point in either of their previous two finals appearances – campaigns which were often racked by in-fighting or rows over financial reward.The four-time Serie A champion suffered the blow in July after tearing his meniscus.

Getty Pogba is still recovering from a knee injury which has kept him out of the France squad Advertisement N’Golo Kante – centre midfield – France Just like Pogba, the Chelsea cult hero will play no part in Qatar due to a hamstring injury.The ex-Leicester man was forced to undergo surgery with the 31-year-old to be out of action until 2023.“We are very pleased that after all the mistakes we’ve made in the past, we haven’t had any problems or disputes about wages or money, and things have changed,” said Song.He hasn’t featured for the Blues since the dramatic 2-2 draw against Tottenham in August.Advertisement.

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Imagine Fifa threw a world 11 in every tournement as a wild card No Haaland very interesting. Considering this station hype that tap in merchant as the best striker in premier league history 🤔 I can just about see the point of this for players unable to go due to injury but oh me you are grasping now when including players from countries not qualifying!

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Switzerland boss fancies chances at World Cup - 'We are the best Swiss team to exist'Speaking ahead of their World Cup opener, Switzerland boss Yakin has said the current team is the best to exist in their history.

France injury curse continues as Lucas Hernandez ruled out of World Cup with ACLFrance are down to just 24 players in Qatar after Lucas Hernandez was ruled out of the World Cup after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament. The Bayern Munich defender picked up the serious kne… As long as they have Mbappe they're in contention. Blessing in disguise. Theo is better.

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Switzerland boss Murat Yakin hails 'mature performance' after World Cup Group G winSwitzerland boss Yakin said his side put in a 'mature performance' as they beat Cameroon 1-0 in their opening World Cup fixture.

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