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9 February 2012, 15:35 | Updated: 9 February 2012, 17:21
The 'She Makes Me Wanna' star calls for his band mate to take over the national side after Fabio Capello steps down.
JLS star Marvin Humes has confessed that he would love his bid band mate Oritse Williams to take charge of the England national football team following news of Fabio Capello's resignation.
The 'Do You Feel What I Feel' singer admitted he would pay to see it happen – if only to watch the half time team talks.
Taking to the band's Twitter account earlier today (9th February), Marvin wrote: "I think Oritse should be the next England manager.. I would give anything to see those team talks.. Marv."
Meanwhile, Olly Murs was another musician who commented on the Italian's decision to quit his post confessing he was "happy" at the news and wants Tottenham's Harry Redknapp to take charge.
Meanwhile, JLS recently revealed that they are trying to push their own boundaries as they work on their new studio album.
The group will head out on their '4th Dimension' UK arena tour later this month with a date in Liverpool on the 14th February.