Richard hoping to get England call

The Manchester City right-back, Micah Richards fears is his international career might be over after his decision to represent Team GB instead of being on standby for Euro 2012.
The 25-year old last represented England in a friendly against the Netherlands in February 2012 but claimed he is ready to play for his nation when called upon.
“It was one of those. Do I go on standby or play in the Olympics?,” he told The Sun.
“I wanted to go and play under Stuart Pearce as I knew him from here at City.
It was a decision I made; people will always think negatively about it.
“But, from my point of view, we’d won the league that year and the FA Cup the season before. Kyle Walker got injured and I was still being asked to go only on standby.
“Was I wrong for making the decision? Maybe,But I wanted to play in the Olympics. It was a once-in-a-lifetime chance and I enjoyed it. It was one of the best times of my life.”
“I still want to play for my country, everyone does,” he added. “But what can I do now?
“Of course, there’s still a lot of time. But time waits for no-one.
“We’ve got young players coming through now like Kyle [Walker] and Nathaniel Clyne.
“So, yeah, time is still on my side. But sometimes with England, if you don’t get in when you’re young and stay in, they look to go younger. All I can do is play well.
“People ask me the question about getting back in the England squad and I think, ‘I won the FA Cup and then the Premier League in 12 months and I still didn’t get in’. So what can I do? I couldn’t do any more than that.”