Joe Hart is furious with David Moyes after his World Cup axe.
SunSport revealed how a shell-shocked Hart will not feature in Gareth Southgate’s 23-man England squad for Russia, which will be named Wednesday afternoon.
The Three Lions keepers are set to be Everton’s Jordan Pickford, Jack Butland of Stoke and Burnley’s Nick Pope.
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And Hart, 31, blames Moyes, who dropped him from West Ham’s team at the end of the season.
On loan from Manchester City, Hart suffered a poor season and was once again dropped after the 4-1 loss to Arsenal on April 22.
Spanish keeper Adrian played West Ham’s remaining three games and England coach Southgate has decided to give him the boot.
This is despite the fact Southgate claimed in December that Hart was his first choice keeper and in March said: “Joe’s professionalism has been brilliant with us. He’s always performed well.
“We had the best defensive record in Europe in qualifying.
“He’s a good leader to have around. He is everything you would hope a senior player would be.”
Pickford has only played twice for England but is likely to be No 1 at the World Cup, with England’s first game against Tunisia on June 18.
And former England defender Rio Ferdinand believes axing Hart is the “right decision”.
He said: “It’s pointless taking someone of that age over a young keeper.
“Why not take a younger keeper who is going to gain experience?
“What is Joe going to learn from going to this World Cup?
“In my eyes it’s the right decision.”
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Alfie Mawson’s hopes are in tatters after undergoing knee surgery.
The Swansea defender, 24, went under the knife after their relegation from was confirmed by Sunday’s 2-1 home defeat to Stoke.
It is feared Mawson will be out until the start of next season.
The England Under-21 international won a first call-up to the senior squad for the friendlies with Holland and Italy in March, but has still to win his first cap.