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    England U-17's

    Post by Guest on Mon May 31 2010, 23:21

    Deserve a mention as they have beaten Spain 2-1 to clinch the Eurpoean Championship. Well done lads . . . . . . .


    A fine goal by Ipswich's Connor Wickham earned England their first European Under-17 Championship title as they beat Spain 2-1 in Liechtenstein.
    Spain took a 22nd-minute lead when a Gerard shot deflected off Liverpool's Andre Wisdom, but Wisdom made amends shortly after by heading home a corner.
    The highly-rated Wickham then sealed victory early in the second half, with a sweet finish after a powerful run.
    The sought-after win was England's first age-group title since 1993.
    That triumph, at the European Under-18 Championship, was earned by a team that included Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Nicky Butt, Robbie Fowler and Sol Campbell who all went on to play for the senior team.









    And England U-17 manager John Peacock said that England boss Fabio Capello had been keeping a keen eye on the current crop, asking for DVDs of their matches to be sent to the England training camp in Austria.

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