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Pearce on FA Cup & U21 AUDIO

Manchester City boss Stuart Pearce doesn't want to be drawn into speculation regarding the England U21 position, admitting though that he will know in the next few days if he will be successful, whilst looking ahead to the FA Cup 4th Round tie against Southampton at Eastlands, and the return of Bradley Wright-Phillips.


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Date:Friday January 26 2007

Time: 10:58AM

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Better to stick to the one job, if things went a little sticky for the sky blues people would be pointing the finger at the U21 job as the reason things were going down hill.
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