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Bruce awaits on international returnees

Steve Bruce will not doubt be monitoring various news feed, satellite tv and text messages as he tries to monitor the performance of his eleven players away this week on international duty


The easiest to keep track on will be Lee Cattermole, Kevin Kilbane, Emile Heskey and Jason Koumas as their games are being televised.

Others such as Palacios and Figueroa playing for Honduras and Camara playing for Senegal against Canada and Gambia respectively may be a bit more difficult to keep track of and Austria in thr Faroe Isles isn't expected to be a major sports news item in the UK.

Vital Latics will as always be monitoring all news feeds and keep you up to date with all the news as it happens




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Writer: Baskerville Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 9 2008

Time: 1:19PM

Your Comments

Heskeys pulled out of a training session with a a back strain, i hope he's fit
Jonni_G
don't carer whether he is fit for England so long as he is fit for the Liverpool game
baskerville
I do i always like England to do well and we 'England' are a better team with him in it. But if he's fit for England he will be fit for us, thats for sure. I think its just a little niggle lets he'll be sent home He should be fit
Jonni_G
bastantes of good players!!
honduranfan
 

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