Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Liverpool best represented club at Euro 2016 with 12 players......Compare toother rivals.

They may have not topped the 2015-16 Premier League standings but Liverpool lead the way from England's top-flight going into this European Championship.
The Reds are most represented team at Euro 2016 with 12 players putting their club allegiances aside for their countries later this month.
Tuesday saw the 24 nations competing in France having to name their final 23-man squads.
Daniel Sturridge is one of 12 players from Liverpool competing at Euro 2016
As is Adam Lallana
Daniel Sturridge (top) and Adam Lallana (buttom) are two of 12 players from Liverpool competing at Euro 2016
The pair are joined by James Milner as three of five England players selected in Roy Hodgson's squad
The pair are joined by James Milner as three of five England players selected in Roy Hodgson's squad
England manager Roy Hodgson included five Liverpool-based stars in his squad with Nathaniel Clyne, James Milner, Adam Lallana, Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge the lucky quintuplet.
The Three Lions face Wales in Lens on June 15 and that Group B clash could see the aforementioned five face club team-mates Danny Ward and Joe Allen.
Divock Origi, Simon Mignolet and Christian Benteke are three Reds selected in the Belgium squad while Emre Can (Germany) and Martin Skrtel (Slovakia) complete the 12 players called up from Anfield.
The Merseyside outfit's bitter rivals Manchester United are the next best represented Premier League club at this month's European Championship with 11 players competing.
The trio could face club team-mate Joe Allen when England take on Wales in Group B in Lens on June 15
The trio could face club team-mate Joe Allen when England take on Wales in Group B in Lens on June 15
Divock Origi (right) is one of three Liverpool-based players selected for Marc Wilmots' Belgium squad
Divock Origi (right) is one of three Liverpool-based players selected for Marc Wilmots' Belgium squad
United captain Wayne Rooney leads England in France and he has been joined by Chris Smalling and surprise inclusion Marcus Rashford. Rashford, at just 19 years and 214 days, is the youngest player at the tournament with Bayern Munich new boy Renato Sanches is 75 days older.
Joining United with 11 Premier League players at the Euros are Tottenham. Like Liverpool, Spurs have five in the England squad (Kyle Walker, Danny Rose, Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Harry Kane) and three in Belgium's (Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Mousa Dembele).
Tottenham were pipped to second place by Arsenal but it is the latter who falls behind in the number of players at the Euros.
Arsene Wenger's contingent have 10 going to his homeland - including £35million new signing Granit Xhaka.
Premier League new boys Middlesbrough are the only top-flight side to have no players at the European Championship.
Marcus Rashford is one of of 11 Manchester United players competing in France
Rashford will be joined by United captain Wayne Rooney who leads the Three Lions in France too
Marcus Rashford (left) and Wayne Rooney are two of 11 Manchester United players competing in France
Like United, Tottenham have 11 players representing at the European Championship including Jan Vertonghen
Like United, Tottenham have 11 players representing at the European Championship including Jan Vertonghen
Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka is one of 10 players from the club called up by their respective countries
Arsenal new boy Granit Xhaka is one of 10 players from the club called up by their respective countries
This contrasts differently with several Championship clubs with Norwich City and Reading the most represented with four players each.
Even in League One, Chartlon, Fleetwood, Millwall and MK Dons have a sole representative in France. The same for League Two outfit Doncaster Rovers.
Looking wider across Europe, Italian giants Juventus match Liverpool's feat with 12 players selected.
The two clubs are the most populated with Juve's bulk coming from Italy. Outgoing manager Antonio Conte has selected six players from the Serie A champions with goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon his captain.
The 38-year-old made his Azzurri debut two days before Rashford was born.
Republic of Ireland defender Ciaran Clark is one of several Championship players selected at Euro 2016
Republic of Ireland defender Ciaran Clark is one of several Championship players selected at Euro 2016
Gianluigi Buffon (left) is one of six Juventus players chosen by outgoing boss Antonio Conte for Italy's squad
Gianluigi Buffon (left) is one of six Juventus players chosen by outgoing boss Antonio Conte for Italy's squad

CLUB BY CLUB GUIDE OF PREMIER LEAGUE PLAYERS PLAYING AT EURO 2016

ARSENAL (10)
Olivier Giroud (France), Laurent Koscielny (France), Hector Bellerin (Spain), Granit Xhaka (Switzerland), Petr Cech (Czech Republic), Tomas Rosicky (Czech Republic), Jack Wilshere (England), Mesut Ozil (Germany), Aaron Ramsey (Wales), Wojciech Szczesny (Poland).
BOURNEMOUTH (1)
Artur Boruc (Poland).
BURNLEY (3)
Tom Heaton (England), Sam Vokes (Wales), Stephen Ward (Republic of Ireland).
CHELSEA (4)
Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain), Cesc Fabregas (Spain), Pedro (Spain), Gary Cahill (England).
CRYSTAL PALACE (4)
Wayne Hennessey (Wales), Jonny Williams (Wales), Joe Ledley (Wales), Yohan Cabaye (France).
EVERTON (6)
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), John Stones (England), Ross Barkley (England), Seamus Coleman (Republic of Ireland), Aiden McGeady (Republic of Ireland), Shani Tarashaj (Switzerland).
HULL CITY (1)
David Meyler (Republic of Ireland).
LEICESTER CITY (4)
Andy King (Wales), Christian Fuchs (Austria), Jamie Vardy (England), N'Golo Kante (France).
LIVERPOOL (12)
Simon Mignolet (Belgium), Christian Benteke (Belgium), Divock Origi (Belgium), Nathaniel Clyne (England), Jordan Henderson (England), Adam Lallana (England), James Milner (England), Daniel Sturridge (England), Emre Can (Germany), Martin Skrtel (Slovakia), Danny Ward (Wales), Joe Allen (Wales).
MANCHESTER CITY (7)
Jason Denayer (Belgium), Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium), Joe Hart (England), Raheem Sterling (England), Bacary Sagna (France), Eliaquim Mangala (France), David Silva (Spain).
MANCHESTER UNITED (11)
Marouane Fellaini (Belgium), Chris Smalling (England), Wayne Rooney (England), Marcus Rashford (England), Anthony Martial (France), Morgan Schneiderlin (France), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany), Matteo Darmian (Italy), Paddy McNair (Northern Ireland), David de Gea (Spain).
MIDDLESBROUGH (0)
N/A
SOUTHAMPTON (5)
Fraser Forster (England), Ryan Bertrand (England), Graziano Pelle (Italy), Cedric Soares (Portugal), Jose Fonte (Portugal), Shane Long (Republic of Ireland).
STOKE CITY (5)
Marko Arnautovic (Austria), Shay Given (Republic of Ireland), Glenn Whelan (Republic of Ireland), Jonathan Walters (Republic of Ireland), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland).
SUNDERLAND (2)
John O'Shea (Republic of Ireland), Sebastian Larsson (Sweden).
SWANSEA CITY (4)
Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland), Lukasz Fabianski (Poland), Ashley Williams (Wales), Neil Taylor (Wales).
TOTTENHAM (11)
Kevin Wimmer (Austria), Toby Alderweireld (Belgium), Jan Vertonghen (Belgium), Mousa Dembele (Belgium), Kyle Walker (England), Danny Rose (England), Dele Alli (England), Eric Dier (England), Harry Kane (England), Hugo Lloris (France), Ben Davies (Wales).
WATFORD (4)
Sebastian Prodl (Austria), Craig Cathcart (Northern Ireland), Costel Pantilimon (Romania), Valon Behrami (Switzerland).
WEST BROM (4)
Jonny Evans (Northern Ireland), Gareth McAuley (Northern Ireland), James McClean (Republic of Ireland), James Chester (Wales).
WEST HAM (4)
Dimitri Payet (France), Angelo Ogbonna (Italy), Darren Randolph (Republic of Ireland), James Collins (Wales).
 
CHAMPIONSHIP
Aston Villa (1), Birmingham (1), Blackburn (2), Brighton (1), Cardiff (1), Derby (3), Fulham (2), Ipswich (1), Leeds (1), Nottingham Forest (3), Norwich City (4), QPR (1), Reading (4), Sheffield Wednesday (3), Wigan (1), Wolves (1).
LEAGUE ONE
Charlton (1), Fleetwood (1), Millwall (1), MK Dons (1).
LEAGUE TWO
Doncaster Rovers (1).
 
BEST OF THE REST
Atletico Madrid (4), Barcelona (9), Bayern Munich (9), Juventus (12), Paris Saint-Germain (4), Real Madrid (8).



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