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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Dec 15, 2009

Capello offers Hargreaves World Cup hope

England boss Fabio Capello insists there is still time for Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves to earn a place in the World Cup squad heading to South Africa next year.

Hargreaves, 28, has been out of action for almost 15 months after major surgery on both knees to cure a tendinitis problem - but he is almost ready to return to full training.

United boss Sir Alex Ferguson recently revealed his 2007 signing from Bayern Munich is working well with physios and needs to regain the confidence needed before being ready for competitive football.

Capello, who is refusing to rule Hargreaves out of his plans, said: "Why not? He can because he has time to recover everything. He has to play. Players who do not play will not be with me.''

The Italian added: "I spoke to him two months ago, I met him in Manchester and he was just ready to start training. But now he is not fit.

"He has six months to recover his good form but he needs to play. I will choose players that will be fit in May, the players that play all the games.''

Hargreaves was England's player of the tournament for the 2006 World Cup in Germany but has had serious injury problems since - his last game for his country was against America in the season before last.

Since then Gareth Barry has established himself as Capello's first-choice defensive midfielder, although Capello likes players such as Hargreaves who can play in more than one position.

The England boss is "more or less'' settled on his squad for South Africa and is hoping for a clean bill of health come the end of the season.

He said: "More or less, I know all the players. I follow the players and check on them but we have to wait. When I decide the 23 players that will stay with me, I hope the best players will be fit. This is the reason why I have to follow more players.''

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