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Jun 3, 2013

FA calls for more home grown players

Football Association chairman David Bernstein believes the small number of English players in the Premier League is having a negative impact on the national team.

According to Bernstein, only 30% of Premier League players are eligible to play for England, while 60% of Bundesliga players are of German heritage.

Although each member of England's squad the 2-2 draw with Brazil ply their trade in their home country, Bernstein revealed there are already processes underway to ensure youngsters can make the step into Premier League football.

"On the wider of issue of club and country, the number of English players in the Premier League and the Football League is a really important matter," he said. "We have this number of around 30% and in Germany it is more than 50% and that 20% is a lot of players.

"We desperately need to increase the pool of real quality players that the manager Roy Hodgson has to choose from. That I think is the big issue.

"All the work we are doing such as in youth development is aimed at doing that over the next few years and it's great to see some very good players coming through now such as Jack Wilshere. There are some coming through but we need many more."

Despite England facing uncertain qualification for next year's World Cup, Bernstein is confident Roy Hodgson's side is in "good shape" to reach the tournament in Brazil.

"The spirit engendered by Roy has been absolutely excellent," Bernstein said. "The relationship between the chairman and the manager in any football club or organisation is important and you are right, we do get on very well. There is a chemistry there.

"I think things are in really good shape. I am confident that we will move on, get the results and qualify for the World Cup. I am sure that having played in the Maracana that the players will be desperate to get back here.

"It is obviously extremely important [to qualify]. At the end of the day we want to be in the major championships and for England not to be in the finals would just be selling ourselves short. Our public want it, our fans want it, the players want it, the manager desperately wants it.

"We have some difficult matches ahead make no mistake, we have seen already the teams in our group are very good so we are going to have to play very well, we have big home matches coming up. But I am confident we will get there. We certainly need to be here it's a wonderful place and it's going to be a magnificent tournament."

Information from the Press Association was used in this report.

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