Date: 6th February 2007 at 10:58am
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New England Under 21 manager Stuart Pearce lays out his ambitions for his squad, revealing he wants the nations’ youngsters’ to use this platform as a ‘shop window’ to progress into the full squad, ahead of his first game in charge against Spain Under 21 at Pride Park.


Audio Length: 6 Min 19 Sec

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4 Replies to “Pearce on England U-21 (AUDIO)”

  • England, the country that gave football to the world, in the twenty first century, have a PART TIME youth team manager! As my Mancunian friend might say, *****in roobish!

  • Part time he may be, but in my opininon is the best man for the job. A true English footballer in his day, and has the passion to coach these kids on to the next level. I do agree though that it’s about time the FA got off their backsides and appointed a full time coach…

  • I’m sure he’ll be evry good for this job, but he won’t be at Man City past easter. These things never work out. If England are serious about being a force in the future, this must be a full time post. This just shows how far behind the rest of the world England are.

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