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Big Andy Wembley-bound

Saturday lunchtime (12:30) sees Andy Carroll get some turf time in the national stadium as the England Under 21 side take on their Portuguese counterparts in qualifying. Having bagged a brace on his debut v Macedonia, our young striker looks set to spearhead Psycho's Lions as they look to extend their lead at the top of the group.

Looking forward to the game, Carroll said:

'To get two on my debut was a great feeling. Like playing for your club, to score is one thing, but winning is the first aim, but I hope that I can add to my tally for England.'




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Date:Friday November 13 2009

Time: 10:52PM

 

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