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EMO and Smithy draw blanks

In a fairly active England friendly last night our front two failed to trouble the scorers as Alan Smith and Michael Owen played 57 minutes before being replaced. Incidents of note included Smithy glancing a header across goal that no-one got on the end of, whilst EMO saw a header stopped by Lehmann in the first half and missed a sitter having dinked the ball past the keeper in the second. Steven Taylor missed out on a first cap due to the new "6 substitutes" rule whilst ex-waster Kieron Dyer missed the chance of the game.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 23 2007

Time: 8:47AM

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Dyer was utter pony like.
SirLes
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23/08/2007 11:26:00

What does EMO stand for, i think i understand that MO stands for michael owen however i am not sure about the E
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23/08/2007 13:47:00

ENGLAND'S!!!
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