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Capello takes exception to Walcott claims of 'stiff and starchy' regime

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Aaron Lennon contradicts Harry Redknapp's illness claim

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Rafael van der Vaart plays down Harry Redknapp row

Rafael van der Vaart is confident any issues with Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp over his reaction to being substituted against West Ham will have "blown over" by the time he returns from international duty.

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