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Capello Names England Squad

Capello Names England Squad

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England boss Fabio Capello has named a 23-man squad to face Spain in Seville on Wednesday evening.

International Friendly
9pm (GMT)
Wednesday 11 February 2009
Ramon Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium, Sevilla FC
Live on ITV

Having named his squad earlier today the Three Lions boss said...

'I'm very interested in this game because Spain play fantastic football, very quick. But we are strong and I think England will be strong in Spain.'

'I am very confident in my team, I have big confidence.'


Squad

Capello Names His England SquadGoalkeepersDefendersMidfieldersForwards
Man CityJoe HartWayne BridgeShaun Wright-PhillipsNone
OthersJames
Green
Ashley Cole Ferdinand Jagielka JohnsonBarry Beckham Carrick Downing Lampard
Milner
Young
Agbonlahor
CarltonCole
Crouch
Heskey




Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday February 8 2009
Time: 9:52PM

Comments

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This is a big test for Capello's England. I just hope SWP gets a chance to prove a point. On his day he is one of the best midfielders in the world -- and if Capello thinks the Spanish are quick...
Sindbad
08/02/2009 22:03:00
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It's not Ashley Cole in a forward role, but our own Carlton. :)
RussianHammer
08/02/2009 22:06:00
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does any blue expert or statitician know the last time city had 3 players in the england squad. Im only 26 and I certainly dont remember the last time it happened. Please can someone let me know
Deejayvu
09/02/2009 07:25:00
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This should do wonders for Joe's feelings at the moment.
Doody
09/02/2009 09:34:00
0
The strikers department looks a bit lacking in quality.
alphieblues
09/02/2009 09:53:00
0
No Micah, and he's not there on merit! :-( but am sure he'll come good as he's still very young. Coaching/confidence? Good that our Number 1 is there, hope he gets the 'nod' from Capello and does himself/us proud.
kennyclementstache
09/02/2009 19:13:00
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