ALSO READ: England calls were unexpected - Pope and TarkowskiThe Burnley captain has been sidelined since September with a shoulder injury, and Nick Pope, who stepped in, has since gone on to earn a place in the England squad for the fixtures against Holland and Italy. However, he is back in full training with Burnley and still believes he can do enough to catch Gareth Southgate’s eye ahead of the final selection for the World Cup in Russia.
But both hope to take full advantage of the opportunity, in a World Cup year. Pope and Tarkowski were both selected for the Three Lions by Gareth Southgate for the first time, after outstanding campaigns, and will join up with the squad on Monday for friendlies with Holland and Italy. The pair have come up the hard way, Pope having been released by Ipswich Town as a youngster before working his way back through non league to a contract at Charlton Athletic.
James Tarkowski’s first England call is a proud moment for a key figure in his early development. Former Clarets striker Tony Philliskirk was the 25-year-old’s youth team coach at Oldham Athletic, and also gave a young Tarkowski a sustained first team opportunity at Boundary Park as caretaker boss of the Latics. Philliskirk always knew the New Moston lad had the talent to be a big asset for Oldham in League 1, but even admits he didn’t foresee him pulling on the Three Lions back then.
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