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Manchester City prospect Daniel Sturridge has set his sights on a regular place in Stuart Pearce's side.The 17-year-old has come off the bench twice this season, playing a combined total of 20 minutes in the home defeats to Reading and Wigan.But he is hoping to make a big impact next season and does not believe his age should stand in the way."I'm a typical No 10 with flair, dribbling ability and pace," he told The Times."Age doesn't matter to me. It's not about my age, it's about my abilities."I think I am ready for first-team action."Playing two games in the Premiership is a big thing for a 17-year-old, but I'd like to say it's not good enough for me."

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Soo many youngers are shouting their mouths off these days,

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Manchester City prospect Daniel Sturridge has set his sights on a regular place in Stuart Pearce's side.The 17-year-old has come off the bench twice this season, playing a combined total of 20 minutes in the home defeats to Reading and Wigan.But he is hoping to make a big impact next season and does not believe his age should stand in the way."I'm a typical No 10 with flair, dribbling ability and pace," he told The Times."Age doesn't matter to me. It's not about my age, it's about my abilities."I think I am ready for first-team action."Playing two games in the Premiership is a big thing for a 17-year-old, but I'd like to say it's not good enough for me."
hes a decent player from what i heard...but theo >>>>>>>>>>>>>... this yute

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Hes sick on fmand he showered down youth cup last seasonand is sick for england youngersthey say hes better then theobut pearce wold rather play vassel and corradi

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Guest Ryan

Walcott's goal in the Carling Cup final and two goals against Germany under 21s > Barnard's and Sturridge's existence.

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