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VfL Wolfsburg (A) Thu 27 Nov 2014, 18:00, Europa League
by Adam Clark
05 May 2012 12:06
David Moyes has warned England they may need to patient if they wish to lure Phil Neville into Roy Hodgson's coaching set-up.The 35-year-old skipper, who is contracted to Everton until 2013, has been linked with a role on Hodgson's staff since the West Brom boss took charge of the Three Lions on Tuesday. Earlier this year, Neville helped out with England's Under-21 side ahead of a Euro 2013 qualifing game against Belgium.But Moyes said: “I’ve always thought in time Phil would get involved in coaching.“But I think Phil still sees himself as a player and I think Phil has played as well as anyone at Everton this year.“Like us all he had a sticky start, but whether it be in midfield or full back he has always been consistent and reliable.“At the moment he wants to play. He is such a good guy and knowledgeable and understands what it takes for players to win.“If you go about your business as he does then you will be very well respected. From players, managers and coaches alike. And supporters.”
U21s gain Goodison experience, plus Kone and McAleny comebacks please coach.
Kone travels but Naismith remains on Merseyside.
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RM: "We have massive respect for Wolfsburg. We know they are in good form, but the squad is ready for the challenge." #WOLvEFC
RM: "It is great news on Arouna Kone, who came through 45 minutes really well with the U21s last night and will be in the squad tomorrow."
RM: "It is too early to tell which players may or may not be back for the weekend, but all have a small chance for the weekend."
RM: "Steven Naismith has a soft tissue problem, but we don't think it is serious. He has a 50-50 chance for the weekend." #WOLvEFC