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U21 International News

Craig Gardner and James Milner have both been selected in the England U21 squad for the friendlies against Norway and France.

The friendlies serve as a warm up to the UEFA European U21 Championship which takes place in Sweden this summer.

Pearce's side face Norway in Sandefjord on March 27 before heading to the City Ground to take on France on the 31st.

Nathan Delfouneso has also found himself in the England U19 squad for their friendly against the Czech Republic next Wednesday and that game is taking place at the Bescot Stadium and kicks off at 7pm.




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 19 2009

Time: 3:20PM

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Cant help but think that Craig Gardner may well have to move on from Villa Park to fully realise his true potential. He deserves regular first team football, in my opinion he's certainly good enough for it, but it doesn't look as if that opportunity will be extended him by MON.
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10/04/2009 01:18:00

Capello was waxing lyrical about James Milner just a few short weeks back, saying how he really rated the player, and that James was the future of English international football. Yet still he refuses to select Milly for the full England squad. Whats that all about?
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