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Ukraine will look to their Wayne Rooney clone, Roman Zozulya

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Sinclair has found chances hard to come by since making switch to the Etihad

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Midfielder was sent off in Manchester United's Champions League defeat to Real Madrid

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West Brom defender Goran Popov spat at Spurs defender Kyle Walker at the weekend

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Harry Redknapp left Tottenham in June

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The Ukraine coach, Oleg Blokhin, has named a familiar-looking squad for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Group H rivals England at Wembley next month.

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