McCARTHY BRAZIL BID GETS THE GREEN LIGHT; Rob Impressed with Royals No.1

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McCARTHY BRAZIL BID GETS THE GREEN LIGHT; Rob Impressed with Royals No.1


Byline: HECTOR NUNNS

READING 1 McCleary 62

QPR 1 Barton 78

ALEX McCARTHY has a chance of being in Brazil with England next year - but was warned to keep his feet on the ground.

The 23-year-old Reading keeper (left) put in a man-of-thematch display against QPR to help earn the Royals a point.

And having already been called up to the national squad by Roy Hodgson this year, McCarthy is clearly one of the next cabs on the rank for the World Cup.

In a Championship clash featuring two in-form English keepers, Rangers' Rob Green, 33, has already been there, although he fears his chance of doing it again may have gone.

And he hailed McCarthy's performance - while telling him to beware the rollercoaster that has hit current England No.1 Joe Hart.

Green said: "He made some great saves and was superb. It was slightly frustrating for us but that is his job. He did it well.

"I know him from playing against him and he has been in the England set-up. What he has in his favour is that he is playing games.

"As long as keeps doing that, learning and improving then he will have a good career.

"In England we have a tendency to big young players up and say he is the next greatest thing. Then all of a sudden he is not. I expect he will keep his feet on the ground and good luck to him, as he is a real prospect. …

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