Kyle Walker has declared himself fit for the Euro 2012 tournament in Poland and the Ukraine just two days after an injury scare seemed to put his participation in some doubt.

Kyle was withdrawn with an ankle problem in the second half of our 2-0 win over Fulham on Sunday but it seems that the action was taken as a mere precaution on behalf of Harry Redknapp.

Speaking in the Daily Star, Walker was focussed on selection for the Euros,

“It is down to football and if my football ability is there and it is what he likes, then hopefully I am on the plane,” he said.

“Personally I have never worked with Roy, but I’ve heard very good things about him.

“I have been to the Ukraine with the Under-19s and we got to a final, where we lost to the host nation.

“Hopefully I can do that again and go a step better this time.”

There are more serious concerns over Scott Parker but for now, it looks as if we will have at least one man on the England plane for the Euros.



  1. Hope he’s in the squad. Gary Neville has been singing his praises all season, so to get a chance to work with one of englands best right backs for a number of years is going to help bring his game on no end, especially the defensive side.


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