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Pearce on England U21 AUDIO

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.


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Writer: Lee Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 6 2007

Time: 11:00AM

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I hope it works out for him.
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07/02/2007 10:23:00

I like Pearce, have always had a lot of time for him as he shows passion, pride and determination, qualities that don't always but often take you far. He'll do a good job for us but worry about him combining two jobs, although I guess that is City's worry not ours! Don't know how much we can read into this but to me it suggests that our future manager is being put in place, being groomed through the under-21 system?!?!
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07/02/2007 10:57:00

Yeah, like David Platt and Peter Taylor! the u21's job is a joke when it comes to grooming. you'd have more chance being the england managers assistant thant he U21's boss
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08/02/2007 01:31:00

I think its different with Pearce, really do think he could be the next in line despite his inexperience. Realistically David Platt was never going to be the next England boss, arguably Peter Taylor should have had a chance if Stevie Mac is deemed worthy enough.
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