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James, Hart Or Green - You Decide?

England has taken Portsmouth keeper David James, Manchester City's Joe Hart and West Ham's Robert Green to this years World Cup finals in South Africa, but the question is, who should start?

The following videos do not represent either shot-stoppers talent, moreover and on occasion they display varying other attributes, nevertheless one of them will have to start the World Cup campaign against the USA, but whom?

If you have an opinion and you want to share it with us on Vital Manchester City then please, feel free to do so in in the comments section directly below this article.

We begin with David James...



Joe Hart strutting his stuff...



I chose the following Robert Green video simply because of the backing track. I could of course chosen others!



You decide.




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 4 2010

Time: 12:17AM

Your Comments

Green or James - no real difference. Hart's third choice just because of his age. On form, it's hard to argue against any of them. I'd go with Green.
Teddy_KGB
David James mainly because of that outrageous barnet which will put any striker off!!!
Johnny Baguette
I would have gone with Hart if he had had some more time on the pitch with England.
SFC Forever
Rob Green for me folks!
merlin
I think Joe Hart is the best of thre three of them but that Capello will go for experience with David James
Wswilly3
James too clumsy when it matter, makes great saves, makes even bigger boobs. Joe hart don't know what his temperament would be like in major matches and his inexperience is against him. Green looks the deal.
Buzz Lightyear
Think it should be James, he's a much better keeper than Green, despite his odd cock up. Hart will be England's no.1 soon and for many many years to come.
bluedub
Come on give Joe the chnace - you won't be disappointed
Wswilly3
 

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