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Revealed - your greatest England XI of all time

PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 July 2018

Did Paul Gascoigne (left), Stuart Pearce (centre) and David Beckham (right) make your greatest England XI? Photos: PA

Did Paul Gascoigne (left), Stuart Pearce (centre) and David Beckham (right) make your greatest England XI? Photos: PA

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During this summer’s World Cup we have been asking you to vote for the greatest England XI and now we can reveal that side and their manager - as chosen by you.

Thousands of votes have been cast during the World Cup as to which player was the greatest in their position when representing the Three Lions.

From World Cup victors to a Golden Boot winner, there is some real talent in this side spanning several decades.

Gordon Banks, Peter Shilton or David Seaman between the sticks?

David Beckham or Stanley Matthews on the wing?

Who made the teamsheet? Find out in the graphic on this page.

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