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Glen Johnson highly appreciates defender Reece James


Friday 20/08/2021 06:17(GMT+7)

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England have too many good options at right-back, and according to former Liverpool star Glen Johnson, defender Reece James is the most comprehensive.

Glen Johnson appreciates Reece James

At the moment, England have a lot of good options at right-back, such as Trent Alexander Arnold, Kyle Walker, Reece James, Kieran Trippier or Aaron Wan-Bissaka. In the last Euro 2020 final, coach Gareth Southgate eliminated MU player – Wan-Bissaka, Liverpool star – Alexander Arnold was then also absent due to injury.
England's top right-backs

England’s top right-backs

The players mentioned above all maintain high performance, and it is difficult for Gareth Southgate to choose the starting player. According to former Liverpool star – Glen Johnson, defender Reece James is the most comprehensive. I said:

“If I had to choose the number one player for England’s right-back position, I would fill in the name Reece James. I think he is the most comprehensive. The Chelsea star can play midfield or full-back, he’s perfect in defense.”


“I think he defends better than Alexander Arnold and his attacking ability is not inferior to the Liverpool star, he also crosses the ball very well. Aaron Wan-Bissaka defends well, but does not bring a surge in high situations. Reece James is different, he impresses both in attack and defence.”


“If you’re playing against a winger with speed, you’d pick Wan-Bissaka. When the team is attacking, you’d pick Alexander Arnold. But for me, the first choice has always been Reece James. I believe he can be even better.”

Last season, Reece James played quite prominently in the Chelsea shirt. This season, he promises to continue to be an important player in the tactical system operated by coach Tuchel.



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