England Coach Sven Goran Eriksson has named a 25-man squad ahead of the two cruc
Exclusive: England Coach Sven Goran Eriksson has named a 25-man squad ahead of the two crucial Euro 2004 qualifiers against Liechtenstein and Turkey, including a first call-up for Chelsea defender John Terry.
Terry, has been a rock at the back for Chelsea's Champions League charge, and rounds off a fine weekend with a shout from Sven. The 22-year old hit the Blues second in their 5-0 drubbing of Manchester City on Saturday and fellow scorer Frank Lampard also joins him in the squad.
Everton's Wayne Rooney, who made his debut against Australia, also gets the nod following his impressive strike at Highbury this afternoon. While former Toffee Francis Jeffers, who scored England's last goal against the Aussies, will join up with Sven's men once more.
All three scorers for Liverpool at Anfield earlier in the day, Michael Owen, Danny Murphy and Steven Gerrard are in with team mate Emile Heskey.
Newcastle United trio Jonathan Woodgate, Kieron Dyer and Jermaine Jenas are also selected.
In goal Sven has called up David James, Paul Robinson and Richard Wright.
The Squad in full;
David James - West Ham United
Paul Robinson - Leeds United
Richard Wright - Everton
Gary Neville - Manchester United
Rio Ferdinand - Manchester United
Sol Campbell - Arsenal
Wayne Bridge - Southampton
Danny Mills - Leeds United
Jonathan Woodgate - Newcastle United
Gareth Southgate - Middlesbrough
John Terry - Chelsea
David Beckham - Manchester United
Steven Gerrard - Liverpool
Paul Scholes - Manchester United
Danny Murphy - Liverpool
Nicky Butt - Manchester United
Jermaine Jenas - Newcastle United
Kieron Dyer - Newcastle United
Owen Hargreaves - Bayern Munich
Frank Lampard - Chelsea
Emile Heskey - Liverpool
Michael Owen - Liverpool
Darius Vassell - Aston Villa
Francis Jeffers - Arsenal
Wayne Rooney - Everton
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