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England to make amends at Wembley

08-11-2010 11:03 BJT

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England's footballers are making no excuses as they prepare for their first post-World Cup encounter with Hungary at Wembley Stadium. The team's post-motem continued long after a series of dire performances in South Africa. Captain Steven Gerrard expects England fans to be unhappy for some time.

England captain Steven Gerrard said, "I am sure there will be boo's at times tomorrow night but we have to deal with that, we have to be men and take it on the chin, we deserve it. We let them down in the summer so, yeah, we have to deal with that and hopefully with time we can show them that we are a good team and that there is a big togetherness there and that we are desperate to make them happy in the future."

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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