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Starting lineup - published: 08.04.19

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GK Jordan PICKFORD Washington

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GK Mathew RYAN Plumpton

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DC Chris SMALLING London

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DC Panagiotis RETSOS Johannesburg

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DC Winston REID Auckland

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DRC John STONES Barnsley

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DR/MR Kieran TRIPPIER Bury

10

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DR/MR Kyle WALKER Sheffield

15

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DR/MR Seamus COLEMAN Killybegs

6

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DL Andrew ROBERTSON Glasgow

17

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DL Danny ROSE Doncaster

10

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3

DL Luke SHAW Kingston upon Thames

11

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DRC/DMC Eric DIER Cheltenham

17

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DMC Jordan HENDERSON Sunderland

19

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DMC Viktor WANYAMA Nairobi

4

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DMC/DL Kwadwo ASAMOAH Kumasi

3

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3

MC Jack WILSHERE Stevenage

7

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8

MRLC Aaron RAMSEY Aaron

14

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AMC Adam LALLANA St.Albans

10

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AMC Dele ALLI Milton Keynes

21

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AMC Ross BARKLEY Liverpool

6

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3

AMRLC Alex OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN Portsmouth

12

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AMRLC Alex IWOBI Lagos

4

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AMRL Gareth BALE Cardiff

21

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AMRL Jadon Sancho Camberwell

10

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AMRL Raheem STERLING Kingston

14

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SS/FRLC Wayne ROONEY Liverpool

17

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FRLC Daniel STURRIDGE Birmingham

14

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FRLC Marcus RASHFORD Manchester

16

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FRLC Mohamed SALAH Basyoun

18

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FC Harry KANE Chingford

18

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4

(Today: Great Britain, Ireland, parts of Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zeeland)

The primary goal of 19th century British imperialism was to secure a monopoly on trade control, and the entire empire was created and existed solely for the private interest and material benefit of the numerically insignificant London monetary elite and its clients, who were behind the protection and support of the British Government. In their colonies, they used indirect rule, that is, by installing nominally independent local leaders, while British civilian administrators and the military practically controlled finance and military security. Its foreign policy was based on changing allies. As an island nation, they did not spend much on maintaining the mainland army, and looting the goods of distant parts of the world also enabled it to maintain a balance of power on the European continent.

It created and financed coalitions against any state that, in any historical period, was on the path to mastering European territory because the next step could endanger the British empire. To that end, she led and was involved in countless wars during the 19th and 20th centuries. At the end of the 19th century. changes its traditional anti-French, anti-Russian and pro-Ottoman policies to weaken the German Empire, and its effort to disrupt the Berlin-Baghdad rail project, which, if realized, would be potentially dangerous to its imperial dominance, would turn into one of the major causes of the outbreak of World War I war.

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