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Attention to detail: why David James can beat the Germans

David James values the importance of preparation in sport. Could this be key if England are left to face a penalty shootout against Germany?

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Kahn: ‘penalties are psychological battle’

Legendary German keeper Oliver Kahn has issued spot-kick saving advice to England and Germany goalkeepers in the event of Sunday’s match going to a penalty shoot-out.

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‘David James set to play against Algeria’

Fabio Capello will drop Robert Green in favour of playing David James in goal in Friday’s World Cup crunch match against Algeria.

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Weak Algeria should be beaten easily

It is likely that England will be joined by the like of Italy and the Netherlands in pot two. Photo: The Laird of Oldham via Flickr

England are expected to dispatch the Algerians without too many problems. But could the threat come down the African team’s left hand side? Bradley King explains.

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World Cup blog: who should occupy the sticks?

Joe Hart may be one for the future but will play third fiddle at best to Robert Green and David James this summer. Photo: Blue Moon 505 via Flickr

Having a reliable goalkeeper is essential for every team with aspirations of lifting the World Cup, but England aren’t blessed with an array of choice.

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