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England star wary of John threat

Frank Lampard believes Coventry City forward Stern John and former Manchester United man Dwight Yorke are the key figures standing between England and a World Cup win over Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday.

Ahead of the clash in Nuremberg the Chelsea star said: 'Dwight Yorke and Stern John are lively strikers and they have a great eye for a goal.

'Dwight has loads of experience and someone who I'm sure can play very well against England.

'Stern John is very sharp and they will be a threat so we have to make sure we keep them quiet.'




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 14 2006

Time: 3:16PM

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yes we will have to watch them 2 big time, they are both very capeable to score goals
green giant 12
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14/06/2006 15:19:00

To be honest I don't think either of them will be a threat. Would like to see Stern score but only a consolation goal
cov182004
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14/06/2006 17:19:00

DY has played as a central midfielder for the best part of last year and looked average in front of goal, he is no longer a striker and could only pose a problem to us going forward. Stern looked a little better in WC game one but didn't command a decent save from the keeper, we have a better defence and a better keeper so no chance again.
Hoddlesleftnut
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15/06/2006 03:23:00

Typical T&T players. Cannot do the business when up against class defenders. Thats why they are where they are. I think you should try and watch football before you comment on it green giant, TBH.
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16/06/2006 13:51:00

 

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