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ONE OF the benefits of being a talented but inconsistent English international is that however often the selectors' axe falls the chance will come round again.

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KEVIN KEEGAN responded to England's injury problems ahead of Wednesday's match in Bulgaria by calling up the Ipswich Town midfielder Kieron Dyer and the Charlton Athletic defender Danny Mills from the Under-21 squad.

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Football: Robinson ready to cap his memorable week

THE WATFORD central defender Paul Robinson will complete a week to remember by earning his first England Under-21 cap in tonight's European Under-21 Championship qualifier with Sweden at the McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield.

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IAN WRIGHT was given a three-match ban and a pounds 17,500 fine by the Football Association yesterday.

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Football: Ipswich win marred by Dyer's broken leg

KIERON DYER will be out of action for at least six weeks after breaking his leg in Ipswich's 3-2 win over Watford in their First Division match last night.

Football: Keegan fights for more control

KEVIN KEEGAN'S appointment as England coach appeared to come a step closer yesterday, after he discussed the vacancy with the Football Association's king-makers - but the FA may yet have to look elsewhere because of a possible conflict between the control Keegan wants and Howard Wilkinson's sphere of influence.

Football: FA begins talks with Keegan

KEVIN KEEGAN'S appointment as England coach moved a step closer last night after the Football Association's king-makers, David Davies and Noel White, travelled to the northeast to discuss the vacancy with the man currently working under the title of Chief Operating Officer at Second Division Fulham.

Football: Upson's Arsenal ambition

THE HERO of England's Under-21 victory over France on Tuesday night, Arsenal's Matthew Upson, yesterday revealed his determination to break up the most famous back four in English football.
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