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Joe Hart Hopeful Of England Cap

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart hopes to oust resident England keeper David James and receive his first full England cap.

Speaking to www.thefa.com the 21-year-old shot-stopper said...

'It would mean everything, I think you could ask anyone in the country and they would feel the way I do, and the way David James does.'

'Everyone just wants to be involved and play for their country, so if I get the opportunity I'll be the happiest man around.


Fabio Capello men face a formidable USA side in Wednesday nights Wembley friendly - kick-off scheduled for 8:05pm.

England Appearances

2005 - U19 - five caps

2007 - U21 - 11 caps



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 27 2008

Time: 9:24PM

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He deserves it. I think he'll be a future legend for England. They should get him between the sticks early - we might need him for World Cup Qualifiers and we've seen what can happen when a keeper is thrown in at the deep end in important games (Carson).
The_Legend_Of_Zola
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27/05/2008 22:16:00

joe hart has had a fantastic season - and fully deserves an oportunity to start in the friendlies coming up. we have seen what jamo can do, he will still be englands number one - but we have to start looking to the future, and hart looks like the best young keeper out there.
pompeycarpet
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27/05/2008 22:17:00

joe hart deserves his sopot onthe english squad he was outstanding this season and has done brillant for us
dunne deal
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28/05/2008 17:23:00

Good keeper,potentially Englands number one, will learn stacks off of James, his day will come. Still no harm him getting a run out.
pentonpompey
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28/05/2008 20:52:00

Unbelievably the Thais offered him a derisory doubled salary. 10, 000 quid.
Johnny Baguette
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28/05/2008 21:13:00

JB ..Was that the offer or is it the media yet again trying to rock the boat.
alphieblues
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28/05/2008 23:48:00

Hope he gets a start, although I'm sure that'll trigger all sorts of funny stuff in his contract. Shelling out a fortune!
Boxer
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01/06/2008 08:49:00

 

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