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With the 2014 World Cup edging nearer and nearer, coaches of every national team is preparing their best players and formations which they are going to use for the worldwide competition.

Frank Lampard is a veteran player who has been featured in over 100 matches for England and is a consistent performer for Chelsea as well as being the club’s all-time leading goal-scorer but even after accomplishing doing so many feats in his career, Roy Hodgson warned the English midfielder that his place is not secured for the upcoming World Cup.

'I am very conscious of the fact that I could have to leave a big name out' he told

'It was a very different kettle of fish a couple of years ago; I don’t think there was much debate then. But I am pretty sure this time around when I name 23 there will be a lot of debate because there will be some important players about whom some people who miss out'.

‘’Of course, you are always trying to get that balance right between what am I getting from experience and losing on the other hand with someone who is younger and doesn’t have the experience but could bring something else to the team’’. Hodgson said.

The head coach of England, Roy Hodgson has to name a list of 23 players that he will be bringing to Brazil but he stated that some big name players might be missing out as he will take into consideration younger performers.

Jose Mourinho responded to the statements of Roy Hodgson by saying that Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole both have already earned their place onto Brazil as they are some of the most important players of England that have helped the country on getting where they are right now.