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World and European champions Spain are the greatest national team of all time, says Paul Merson.
Merse says Roy Hodgson is too inflexible with his tactics - and that England CAN'T win the World Cup.
Paul Merson says England fans couldn't have asked for more after the first three games of Euro 2012.
Andy Carroll netted a bullet header against Sweden, but Merse expects him to be benched against Ukraine.
Paul Merson is happy with England's opener, but isn't sure about Ashley Young in the No.10 role.
Paul Merson says England will accept a draw on Monday - and France will feel the same way.
With big injuries and questions over selection, Paul Merson looks at the state of the England team.
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"Lads, it's Tottenham."