WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16
Spurs Lodge, 3pm
Scott Parker and Kyle Walker were brilliant in England's friendly wins against Spain and Sweden.
Scott’s really on top of his game and to pick up the Man of the Match award after a win like that against the world champions on Friday is something special.
He’s flying at the moment and hasn’t lost a match since he’s been at the club. That says it all.
He certainly makes a centre-back’s job easier, sitting there in front of the back four. He puts his body on the line every game, gets in his blocks and his tackles and hardly gives the ball away.
Everyone is raving about him after he did it for England against Spain, but he’s done exactly the same since he’s been at Tottenham and he’s been doing it for years.
Now everyone is talking about him and he’s getting the recognition he deserves.
Kyle followed up in Tuesday night’s 1-0 win against Sweden with another Man of the Match display from a Spurs player!
There is no better feeling than winning your first cap, he did that against Spain of all teams on Friday and once you do that, you want more.
Thankfully, he was straight in there with his first start on Tuesday night, so he’s onto two caps already.
He’s also done well for us this season and you have to play well at your club to get anywhere near the England squad.
Kyle impressed on loan at QPR and Villa last season, he’s come back, impressed everyone and he’s absolutely flying.
I don’t see why he shouldn’t stay in the England squad as we approach the Euro finals next summer. You’ve Kyle, Glen Johnson and Micah Richards all fighting for that right-back spot.
His performances at the moment are doing him no harm at all.