England goalkeeper Nick Pope attends a training session at St George's Park, Burton, England, Tuesday March 20, 2018. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)
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There was a time Nick Pope never dreamed he'd be called into the England squad, but now the Burnley goalkeeper is hoping to be his country's number one at the World Cup.Pope, 25, has worked his way up through England's football pyramid, playing in the fifth-tier Conference as recently as four seasons ago.However, Pope has been the last line of a Burnley defence that has kept 13 clean sheets this season to sit seventh in the Premier League on a club record 43 points with eight games still remaining.Pope is the man in form.
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