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Sunbathing at Wembley!

And there they were, 2-0 down and struggling to upset a Switzerland side who were expected to be mere cannon fodder.

Was it an ideal time to introduce Bobby Zamora to the field of play?

Perhaps!

But Fabio Capello thought otherwise and although he may feel somewhat vindicated is there a train of thought that implies the introduction of Zamora could have provided that extra spark we needed?

As it turned out, Bobby spent his day doing a few warm up exercises, soaking up the suns rays and generally mulling over his forthcoming summer break.

Not how he`d have wanted it to turn out I guess!



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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 5 2011

Time: 10:57AM

Your Comments

England were absolute rubbish, we can't pass to each other, no one seems to know instinctively where the other team mates are going to be. Capello sets his team up badly and obviously the players don't know what they are supposed to be doing or where they are supposed to be. Then, he leaves Bent on who missed a couple of absolute sitters and leaves the mighty BZ out of the side... all very frustrating.
donfulham
to be honest they could do worse then to have bobby and A J up front and why not me thinks
truth sayer ffc
that's a bit much truth sayer, but i'll let you have it... i didn't watch the game...
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