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Richards aims to rejoin senior England side

At every previous tournament he has been to as player or manager, Stuart Pearce has woken up the morning after the night of England's opening game with a sense of anticlimax; each time (1990, 1992, 1996 and 2007) after all the build-up and patriotic hype, the result has been a disappointing draw. On Monday night he was able to savour a victory at last, albeit a scruffy one in defeating Finland Under-21s 2-1 after playing with 10 men for an hour.

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City underachievers raise bar for Hughes

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England recall a priority for City's Richards

Micah Richards suggested yesterday that Manchester City's decision to play him all over the pitch had contributed to the drop in form which has seen him fail to muster a single minute of play for England since Fabio Capello's appointment as manager.

Hughes back Richards over 'assault'

Manchester City manager Mark Hughes has offered Micah Richards his full support after the England defender was arrested over an alleged assault.

Micah Richards arrested over 'assault'

England and Manchester City footballer Micah Richards was arrested over an alleged assault outside a nightclub.

Arshavin deal 'of little interest' to Wenger

Arsene Wenger declared the on-going Andrei Arshavin transfer saga was "of little interest" as he focuses on getting the best out of his current Arsenal squad ahead of the Barclays Premier League trip to Everton tomorrow.

Arshavin awaits Arsenal's 'final decision'

Russia playmaker Andrei Arshavin is waiting for the "final decision" over his move from Zenit St Petersburg to Arsenal.

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