At the team meeting, would Roy Hodgson or Chris Coleman ask you to point out weaknesses in each other before a game like this?
DW: Well, Milner is on the other side of the hill now. To put it politely he’s a seasoned campaigner.
JM: If that’s the worst thing you can say I’m happy with that.
DW: Adam – great feet, good footballing brain, but he just lacks that half-yard of pace. Not sure he’s got that.
JM: I’ve had it a couple of times when the manager has asked what the weaknesses of team-mates are, but that is more likely to be players who don’t play in the Premier League week in week out. Gary Neville goes through the strengths and weakness of practically every player on the planet anyway. He is always very well prepared.