Football Soccer - England v Netherlands - International Friendly - Wembley Stadium, London, England - 29/3/16. England's Ross Barkley, Dele Alli and John Stones look dejected at the end of the match. Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Couldridge
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Defender John Stones does not deserve to face intense scrutiny over his costly slip in England's 2-1 loss to Netherlands Tuesday at Wembley, manager Roy Hodgson has said.With England conceding four goals in their last two games, concerns were raised about their defensive solidity and calls to coax Chelsea skipper John Terry out of retirement gathered momentum, in order to shore up their leaky backline.Hodgson acknowledged the need to improve but ruled out the possibility of selecting Terry, who retired in 2012, for the Euro 2016 in France.
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