Many Wolves fans have been left to buzz as the Midlands club confirmed on their official website that Conor Coady is in England’s provisional Euros squad.
Gareth Southgate has named 33 players in his provisional squad for Euro 2020 which will have to be cut down to 26 and named on the 1st June.
Should Wolves start Coady?
It is always good to see a player from your team represent their country at international level, and Coady may be able to do just that for the Molineux faithful should he make the final cut.
The central defender averaged the most blocks (0.9) and long balls (6.7) per game in the Premier League in the 2020/21 term out of any of his teammates, and he also ranked highly in terms of clearances (3.5), average passes (50.2) and pass success percentage (88%) (Whoscored).
With the competition for places at centre-back for the Three Lions, Coady has certainly done well to earn his spot.
Wolves fans on Coady call-up
These WWFC supporters buzzed as Coady’s call-up was shared on Twitter, with one fan claiming that they were ‘so happy’ while a couple labelled the news as ‘brilliant’:
“Brilliant news! #ourcaptain so proud of him! xx”
“Thank goodness for that”
“No brainer ..Southgate loves his leadership qualities on and off the pitch. Well done skipper”
“So happy for him”
“Yess Coady captain fantastic”
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