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Ashley Young has given a boost to new manager Gerard Houllier by expressing his willingness to sign a new deal with Aston Villa.

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Joe Hart

So feeble were Bulgaria that for a long while his best save was from Glen Johnson. Could keep the gloves for years. 7

Ireland derides City bling and warns new boy Milner

Stephen Ireland announced his arrival at Aston Villa yesterday with a parting shot at the club with whom he spent nine years and a warning for the midfielder he replaced at Villa Park. "James Milner might think the grass is greener at Manchester City," said Ireland. "He may be in for a shock."

Balotelli marks debut with winning goal for City

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Carrick still up for England

Michael Carrick has no intention of calling it quits with England.

Five miss England training

Fabio Capello's new-look England were reduced to training with just 16 of the 23 players he originally selected as the Three Lions began preparations for Wednesday's friendly with Hungary at Wembley.

Silva looks pure gold for City with Tevez likely to be the first to benefit

Valencia manager Emery marks Mancini's card about how to deploy his £26m buy

Wright-Phillips returns to training

Shaun Wright-Phillips returned to training this morning as England continued their preparations for Saturday's Group C opener against the United States in Rustenburg.

Capello on war path as England produce leaden display in final warm-up game

Manager faced with familiar problem as Gerrard and Lampard fail to gel again
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