England boss Roy Hodgson has been warned not to pick any Manchester United players if he has a fully fit squad ahead of the World Cup in Brazil, by former Three Lions international, Alan Hudson.  The dwindling form of United’s representation poses the manager’s biggest problem, according to the former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder. Hudson pointed to United’s poor run in both European and domestic competitions this season as the basis for his argument.
He told FootballDirectNews.com: “I bumped into Roy Hodgson, it was the day after Man United were beaten by Olympiacos, and I said: ‘Did you see that load of trash last night?  He said: ‘Alan, I’m having a turn’. I said: I think you will be, you got a lot of them in your squad’. ”He added: “I didn’t want to sound rude, but I wanted to say: ‘You want to think twice about putting any Manchester United players in your squad at the moment’. ”Hudson said the outlook is bleak for England as there is simply not the quality available for selection in this country as a whole. “I doubt they will get out of the group stage” he said, “It’s not Roy Hodgson’s fault, if he hasn’t got the players, he can’t pick them. ”The Three Lions are due to play tomorrow in an international friendly match against Denmark. Although the team is yet to be announced, Hodgson has confirmed Southampton’s in-form young left back, 18-year-old Luke Shaw, will make his debut and Liverpool defender Glen Johnson is set to win his 50th cap for England.