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Alan McInally sends Ezri Konsa message to Gareth Southgate

Alan McInally played for Aston Villa from 1987 to 1989 and made a total of 59 appearances in a Villa shirt, scoring 18 goals.

He is held in high regard at Villa Park, with a chant regularly breaking out centred around his name on match-day. On Wednesday evening he took to twitter to voice his opinion on who he thinks is the best defender at the club and sent a clear and obvious message to Gareth Southgate in the process.

The original tweet from the account @Total_Villa read: “ Matty Cash now declaring for Poland over England after not receiving a call-up, it makes you wonder how long Ezri Konsa will wait as he is eligible for Portugal. I personally think he’s good enough for England, but he’d be playing next to Ruben Dias for Portugal.”

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McInally wasted no time in voicing his opinion, he quoted the tweet and stated: “OUR best defender! Fed up saying IT!”

Konsa is yet to receive a call-up to the England squad, despite largely being regarded as the best defender at the club by the fan base and even former players, as McInally’s tweet outlines.

The former Villa striker has simply stated what some Villa fans have been saying for what seems like an age now when it comes to international honours. Whilst the captain of the club, Tyrone Mings, is a prominent figure in the national side, fans are eager for Konsa to join him.

We are fast approaching another international break and with it looking unlikely Konsa will receive a call-up for these fixtures, his mind may ponder his options now he has seen his teammate Matty Cash switch allegiances given he is eligible for Portugal.

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