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Joe Hart - Time to shine

The young Manchester City and Birmingham keeper has been called up to replace the Injured Ben Foster. One would assume defeat wasn't too soothing for the Man united Number two at the weekend.

Never the less Joe Hart was in great from for the U21 side which lost to a predominant Germany side in the final. He did miss that game so no one is pointing the finger in his direction for the drumming they got. The young man is a cocky professional with all the confidence in the world, I'm sure Shrewsbury are quite proud to of produced such a young diamond.

Hart will join the England team later this evening having completed 45 minutes for the boys in royal blue this past Saturday.




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Writer: Chris Handy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 10 2009

Time: 11:36PM

 

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