Raheem Sterling, Rooney, Walcott, Rio: England's 10 youngest post-war debutants
Raheem Sterling looks set to make his Three Lions debut at the tender age of 17 years and 332 days. That would put him comfortably in the top 10 youngest England debutants in the post-war era, which we're counting down here, as well as the top four since the first international in 1872. At number 10 in the post-war list is Sterling's club-mate, Glen Johnson, who was at Chelsea when he made his bowphoto 1 of 10
Who do you rate as England's greatest ever teen star? Click the arrows on the images above to see the top 10 youngest ever debutants for England in the post-war era and decide for yourself.
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