How did the City internationals get on

Last updated : 13 October 2003 By Michael Morris
James Collins.

James plyed for the U21's in their defeat against Serbia on Friday night. Collins gave away a penalty that was saved by Jason Brown.

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Rhys Weston.

Rhys started for Wales and did well. He had a good shot saved and fully justified Hughes' decision to play him. Rhys was subbed around the hour mark.

Daniel Gabbidon.

Another good performace from Gabbidon. He nearly scored as well with a header saved in the second half. He played the full 90 mins.

Robert Earnshaw.

Earnie managed a goal for himself as Wales went down against Serbia. Playing in an unfamiliar role tried hard and was rewarded with his third internatioanl goal when he headed home on 90 mins.

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Graham Kavanagh.

A terrible weekend for Kav. First Brian Kerr did not pick him for the team or the bench and then Ireland crashed out of the competition. Hopefully Kav will be considered at the Irish look ahead to World Cup 2006.

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Neil Alexander.

No cap for Neil but his team mates won their game and are in the play offs for Euro 2004. Possibly against Wales.

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Richard Langley.

Langley was a starter for the Reggae Boyz yesterday but it was Brazil who went nuts. Roberto Carlos scored a tademark winner with a swerving shot.
Langley played for 77 mins. Brazil also included Rivaldo, Cafu, Ronaldo, Silva, Roque Junior, Emerson and Juninho.

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