England blogger Chris Nee makes the argument that Daniel Sturridge needs to improve his decision-making substantially to fulfill his potential. Rather than labelling his play 'selfish' and deploying cliches about Sturridge's supposed refusal to pass, Chris is questioning whether or not he actually can read the game effectively enough to know when he should pass, shoot, or take on his man. This seems much fairer to me than simply assigning negative personality traits like 'selfish' or 'arrogant' to Danny's performances. It's also something to be worked on rather than condemned. Sturridge is 22, and has plenty of time to learn his craft. Improve his decision-making, and he's suddenly a top level player. Until then, he'll be a frustrating one.