England won the UEFA Under-17 European Championships back in 2010, but where are the members of the England squad now?
Read on as we take a look at the 18-man squad who achieved success at the tournament seven-and-a-half years ago.
1. Sam Johnstone (Aston Villa, on loan from Man Utd)
Currently out on loan at Aston Villa, the tenth loan spell of his career, Johnstone is regarded by many as one of the best goalkeepers in the Championship.
He went on to represent England at under-19 and under-20 level, but is yet to earn a senior cap for the Three Lions.
2. Bruno Pilatos (Unknown)
Bruno Pilatos’ career took such a turn that there are no pictures of the full-back in the extensive 90min image bank.
After being released from his Middlesbrough contract in 2013, Pilatos joined non-league side Darlington. He then spent time with Crook Town and Jarrow Roofing AFC, before joining Ytterhogdal in Sweden.
He was most recently at Washington FC, with the last evidence of him playing for them being in August 2017. There was no press release about his departure, but he is no longer on the squad list on their website.
3. Luke Garbutt (Everton)
Garbutt is one of the few players on this last who are still at the club they played for when they won under-17 silverware with England.
The left-back has had loans at Cheltenham, Colchester, Fulham and Wigan.
He has 11 caps for England under-21s but has never made an appearance for the senior side.
4. Conor Coady (Wolves)
After leaving Liverpool in 2014, Coady signed for Huddersfield Town and made 48 appearances for the Terriers before joining Wolves a year later.
The tough-tackling midfielder is now one of the first names on the team sheet at Molineux and has made 110 appearances for the West Midlands side.
He is capped internationally up to under-20 level, but is yet another player on this list who is yet to feature for the senior team.
5. Nathaniel Chalobah (Watford)
Defensive midfielder Chalobah joined Watford on a permanent deal from Chelsea in 2017, after racking up six loan spells including Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough, Burnley and Napoli.
Chalobah received a call-up to the England senior squad for World Cup Qualifiers in 2017, but did not make an appearance.
6. Andre Wisdom (Derby County)
Wisdom joined Derby County from Liverpool in 2017, for an initial fee of £2m that could potentially rise to £4m.
The right-back’s last loan spell of his Liverpool career was at Red Bull Salzburg during the 2016-17 season. He is another player who has capped by England to under-21 level but hasn’t managed to break into the senior team.
7. Will Keane (Hull City)
Keane left boyhood club Manchester United to sign for Hull City in 2016. The striker, brother of Everton defender Michael, has only made 62 senior appearances in his career – despite being 25 years old.
The Stockport-born striker has been capped by every England age group from England under-16 to under-21.
8. George Thorne (Derby County)
Central midfielder George Thorne joined Derby County from West Brom in 2014. His career has stagnated due to a number of serious injury problems since 2013.
The 6ft 2″ midfielder has been capped up to under-19 level by England, but due to the aforementioned injuries, was restricted in his potential to reach higher levels.
9. Benik Afobe (Wolves, on loan from Bournemouth)
Afobe re-joined former club Wolves, on loan from Bournemouth, on January transfer deadline day 2018. He has scored 66 goals in 227 career games, including 23 in 48 in his first spell at Molineux.
The striker switched his international allegiance after dropping out of the England reckoning. He made his senior debut for DR Congo in 2017.
10. Saido Berahino (Stoke City)
Berahino will be best known, unfortunately, for the drawn out saga that surrounded his transfer from West Brom to Stoke City in 2016-17.
The striker has been criticised for his attitude and has failed to hit the ground running since his move to the bet365 Stadium.
He has been capped up to under-21 level for England.
11. Rob Hall (Oxford United)
Forward Rob Hall joined Bolton from West Ham in 2013, and had loan spells at MK Dons before signing for Oxford United in 2016.
His last England cap was for the under-19s in 2012 and it’s fair to say the winger has not fulfilled the potential he showed during his England youth days.
12. Ben Gibson (Middlesbrough)
The 25-year-old defender is still at Middlesbrough, the club he played for when he achieved under-17 success with England. He is a regular in Tony Pulis’ side.
Gibson received his first call up to the England senior team in March 2017, replacing injured Chris Smalling in the squad for a World Cup qualifier against Lithuania. However, he is yet to make his first cap.
13. Jack Butland (Stoke City)
Jack Butland is one of the most successful players from the 2010 squad. The Stoke City goalkeeper has six England caps and looks almost certain to be on the plane to Russia for the 2018 World Cup.
Butland has also played in the Premier League on 65 occasions and is one of the first names on the team sheet for Paul Lambert’s Stoke.
14. Tom Thorpe (ATK)
Former Manchester United defender Tom Thorpe is now plying his trade at Indian Super League outfit ATK (formerly known as Atlético de Kolkata).
Thorpe made one senior appearance for Manchester United and also played for Birmingham, Rotherham, Bradford and Bolton during his time in England. He moved to India in 2017 to play for then-manager Rene Meulensteen.
The defender has played for England up to under-21 level.
15. Josh McEachran (Brentford)
McEachran, a graduate of the Chelsea academy, had a number of loan spells before making a permanent move to Brentford in 2015 and settling down to enjoy his football.
The midfielder, who’s younger brother George is currently at Chelsea, has played 55 times for Brentford but has not featured in a Three Lions shirt since his last cap for the under-21s in 2013.
16. Ross Barkley (Chelsea)
Barkley has had the most success of anybody on this list. The creative midfielder has 22 senior England caps and 151 Premier League appearances to his name.
The 24-year-old moved from Everton to Chelsea for a fee of £15m last month.
17. Connor Wickham (Crystal Palace)
Former Ipswich and Sunderland striker Wickham is currently out injured, and is several weeks away from completing a comeback following a very serious knee injury.
Wickham has 17 caps for England under-21s but is yet to play for the seniors.
He has scored 48 goals in 219 career games.
18. Luke Williams (Scunthorpe United)
After leaving Middlesbrough in 2015, Williams signed for Scunthorpe United. The 24-year-old striker has scored 14 goals in 114 career appearances.
He has been capped up to under-20 level but failed to break through to the under-21 group at international level.
Source : 90MIN