Roy Hodgson claimed Comfortable Victory against Scotland

England’s latest match witnessed the team of Roy Hodgson claiming a comfortable 3-1 victory over Scotland in a friendly encounter.

A few days before the game had started; Hodgson revealed that he would make a change in the goalkeeping position of England with Joe Hart being dropped from the main squad.

The manager of the English national football team Roy Hodgson announced that he wanted to give Manchester City’s Joe Hart a break from playing at the international stage and would allow either Ben Forster or Fraser Forster on playing from the start of their friendly match against Scotland.

After hearing the news about Joe Hart being given a break from playing at the international stage, West Bromwich Albion’s Ben Foster unveiled his desire to play for England as he would have a genuine chance of representing his country even though it’s only on a friendly game. You can get good odds opn him being selected, and even better ones if you use a W. Hill promotional code.

“It will be nice, nice to play any game for England to be honest. But the same goes for Fraser. When you’re sat on the bench, watching, you’re always thinking that you want to be playing’’ West Bromwich Albion’s Ben Forster said as he displayed his interest in playing for England.

Ben Forster continued on telling the media that the English national team is lucky to have a player such as Joe Hart at their disposal as the shot-stopper of Manchester City had secured his place in the starting lineup of his country and Forster had nothing but praise concerning Joe Hart.

“But fair play to Joe, I think he is cemented as England’s No.1 now. He’s a fantastic guy and we’re lucky to have him. It’s frustrating at times, but you know the score and that’s why we get on so well and keep getting selected in the squad together. We all know the roles and it’s as simple as that.” Ben Forster added on.

Despite Joe Hart not being featured in England’s friendly match against Scotland, unfortunately for West Bromwich Albion’s Ben Forster he had to sit on the sidelines and watch how Fraser Forster was picked ahead of him.