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Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, expects Wayne Bridge to answer England's World Cup call.

Ancelotti backs Cole to make World Cup

Carlo Ancelotti insists Ashley Cole will be fit for the World Cup finals this summer after confirming the defender underwent surgery on his broken ankle early this afternoon.

Vanessa Perroncel 'wants to get back with Wayne Bridge' despite John Terry affair

Vanessa Perroncel wants to get back with former boyfriend Wayne Bridge despite having a relationship with John Terry - his former Chelsea and England team-mate.

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Bridge and Terry must kiss and make up

Fabio Capello flew into snowy Warsaw yesterday hoping to concentrate on today's draw for the European Championship but knowing he has one more Bridge to cross after sacking John Terry as England's captain. He must still effect a reconciliation between Wayne Bridge and Terry, whose friendship was destroyed amid allegations of Terry's affair with the mother of the Manchester City defender's child.

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Terry promises to focus 'on being best possible player' after list of unsavoury revelations forces manager to sack him as England captain

Capello decision widely supported

Former England captain Alan Mullery believes England manager Fabio Capello had no alternative other than to remove John Terry as his captain in a meeting between the two men at Wembley this afternoon.

Terry stripped of the England captaincy

John Terry has been sacked as England captain.

Capello flies in for Terry showdown

England boss Fabio Capello arrived back in Britain today to face the storm over his team captain's alleged affair with an underwear model.

Bridge set for return to action

Wayne Bridge could return to the Manchester City starting line-up at Hull on Saturday.

Pearce dismayed by Terry 'witch hunt'

England coach Stuart Pearce has backed John Terry's captaincy and hit out at the "witch hunt" surrounding the Chelsea skipper.

James Lawton: Enter Capello, the man who must now end the Terry saga

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