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The hero of the moment Jimmy Bullard insists he has put thoughts of international football out of his mind during his comeback from a serious knee.

Jimmy is back in action after 16 months on the sidelines and is eager to cool talk of a call-up by either England or Germany.

Instead, Bullard is determined to play his part in dragging our Fulham out of the relegation zone.

'I have just come back from injury. My main concentration is with Fulham,'
'I would love to play international football. My Nan is German. I could play for Germany. I don't know where that stands.'

After a poor performance from the three lions on Wednesday Jimmy has every chance of a call up after his all energy display infront of Capello on Sunday.




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Writer: orange_emu Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 8 2008

Time: 9:45AM

Your Comments

I Reckon he could get the call up but not for England!
Backslash2010
Jimmy the Hun! Now that would be something ;-)
merlin
He should get called up ahead of at least Jenas and Lampard (yes merlin)
oranje_emu
orange-emu - have you taken leave of your senses? Lamps is GOD!
merlin
merlin - he was GOOD he ain't now :-)
Putney
he's poor for england too!
oranje_emu
don't we just luv a bit of Lampard baiting!
Putney
Him & Germany?? Sounds crazy!
Matt_Us
 

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