You should pick the best players available so that the National team ALWAYS has the best possible chance. Some of players who are now 32+ are on the wane, unless they provide something spectacular over an upcoming younger players in their early 20's then I'd agree they can go but I'd rather see a young player with desire, talent and isn't jaded by the England scene step up and have a go at a tournament than take the same tired old faces who have failed time and time again. If come May/June next year and the likes of Morrison, Cleverley, Townsend, Rodwell and Barkley have had seasons that have pissed all over Carrick, Lampard, Milner and Gerrard. I would be more than happy for them to replace the older generation. If we decide that taking a couple of "old" heads for experience sake I would then take a couple of the younger "old" heads as a first option. Either way we need to start moving on from the "Golden Generation" accept that it wasn't that golden and aside from Rooney (Who has so far been indifferent at the tournaments but epic is qualifying) we need to realise that we really need to start again.