Manchester United’s Rashford, Tottenham’s Kane different versions of the new English striker

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The FC crew share their thoughts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly naming Marcus Rashford a starter at the No. 9 position over Romelu Lukaku. Referee expert Peter Walton shares his thoughts on VAR's decision to rule Tottenham's Harry Kane onside against Chelsea in the Carabao Cup. Once upon a time, English football used to develop a particular type of striker. He was big, tall, strong and a perfect target for long balls and crosses.
Look through England squads at major international tournaments over the past 15 years and you'll find Peter Crouch (2006), Emile Heskey (2010) and Andy Carroll (2012). In 2014, there was Rickie Lambert, who actually specialised at linking play from deep, but by virtue of coming from the lower leagues, he was automatically considered a target man…

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