first_img 29 29 29 29 29 24. Jon Flanagan – Senior England debut: 4 June 2014 29 20. Wilfried Zaha – Senior England debut: 14 November 2012 29 29 29 29 29 14. John Ruddy – Senior England debut: 10 August 2012 11. Rickie Lambert – Senior England debut: 14 August 2013 29. Ryan Shawcross – Senior England debut: 14 November 2012 29 25. Steven Caulker – Senior England debut: 10 August 2012 29 2. Ross Barkley – Senior England debut: 6 September 2013 29 18. Jamie Vardy – Senior England debut: 7 June 2015 4. John Stones – Senior England debut: 30 May 2014 29 16. Fabian Delph – Senior England debut: 3 September 2014 19. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Senior England debut: 26 May 2012 17. Danny Ings – Senior England debut: 12 October 2015 29 7. Jack Butland – Senior England debut: 15 August 2012 6. Nathaniel Clyne – Senior England debut: 15 November 2014 29center_img 29 29 29 13. Dele Alli – Senior England debut: 9 October 2015 29 29 28. Carl Jenkinson – Senior England debut: 14 November 2012 9. Jonjo Shelvey – Senior England debut: 12 October 2012 22. Leon Osman – Senior England debut: 14 November 2012 21. Jay Rodriguez – Senior England debut: 7 November 2013 12. Tom Cleverley – Senior England debut: 15 August 2012 getty 29 8. Ryan Bertrand – Senior England debut: 3 March 2015 29 29 29 23. Calum Chambers – Senior England debut: 3 September 2014 29 5. Luke Shaw – Senior England debut: 5 March 2014 10. Andros Townsend – Senior England debut: 11 October 2013 15. Fraser Foster – Senior England debut: 15 November 2013 29 29 26. Jake Livermore – Senior England debut: 15 August 2012 England made it out 10 of 10 after flawlessly completing their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign with a victory over Lithuania on Monday night.Now that the elimination process has been seen to, Roy Hodgson and his staff can now look fondly ahead to next summer’s championships.However, while Three Lions supporters are of course delighted with their progression, attention remains fixed on the team.Hodgson still doesn’t appear to know what his preferred, or even strongest – starting XI is – which is summed up by the knowledge that the former Fulham, West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool manager has handed a huge 29 players their debut over the past few years.In light of this, we’ve decided to rank every Hodgson debutant, starting with the least memorable. Take a look by clicking the yellow arrow above, right. 27. Ryan Mason – Senior England debut: 31 March 2015 3. Adam Lallana – Senior England debut: 15 November 2013 1. Harry Kane – Senior England debut: 27 March 2015last_img

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