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Liverpool legend backs Ebanks-Blake for England

Liverpool legend backs Ebanks-Blake for England

Robbie Fowler has tipped Wolves hot-shot Sylvan Ebanks-Blake to gatecrash England`s World Cup plans - Express & Star

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VITAL ENGLAND recently ran a poll on our hotshot striker.

They asked whether Ebanks-Blake could get an England call-up, with only 12% voting positively with another 33% sitting on the fence.

But that isn't a view shared by former England striker Robbie Fowler who is set to play against Ebanks-Blake for North Queensland Fury on Wednesday.

"I don`t see why he can`t play for England. If he keeps moving the way he is and keeps scoring that amount of goals, it will be hard for the England set-up to overlook him.' Fowler told the Express & Star.

"His record in the Championship is fantastic. He went to Plymouth and scored lots of goals, he then he went to Wolves and he hasn`t stopped scoring.

"If he continues to score goals, then he`ll do well in the Premier League."

Vital Wolves Comment: No offence to the chaps over at Vital England, but we know him a little better over here on Vital Wolves and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has the potential to bang in 20 plus goals this season and if he does that, he will be boarding the plane to South Africa with England next summer.

Source: Express & Star

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Date:Tuesday July 14 2009
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