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Football: Taylor's New Luke.

ENGLAND Under-21 coach Peter Taylor People called Peter Taylor include:
  • Peter Matthew Hillsman Taylor (1917-1994), author, winner of the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction
  • Peter Taylor (cricketer) (born 1956), Australian cricketer
  • Peter Taylor (editor) (1922-1997), editor of
 has four new caps in his side to face Hungary in tonight's friendly in Budapest.

Newcastle wing-back Andy Griffin Andrew "Andy" Griffin, (born March 7, 1979 in Billinge Higher End, in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan) is an English footballer, currently playing for Derby County. Playing Career
Griffin began his career at Stoke City F.C.
, Spurs' central defender Luke Young Luke Young may refer to:
  • Luke Young (footballer) - a professional footballer who plays for Middlesbrough
  • Luke Young (rugby) - a professional rugby league player who plays for Celtic Crusaders
  • Luke Young - Australian kayak Olympian
, Sheffield United midfielder Curtis Woodhouse and Manchester United midfielder Jonathan Greening have all been named.

Young has made a big impression at White Hart Lane
For the railway station of the same name, see White Hart Lane railway station.

White Hart Lane is the home of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. It is situated in Tottenham, North London.
 this season and at various times has kept out experienced campaigners like Ramon Vega and Colin Calderwood.

Ipswich's Richard Wright skippers the side for the first time.

TEAM: Wright (Ipswich), Griffin (Newcastle), Mills (Charlton), Young (Spurs), Barry (Villa), Curtis (Man Utd), Mullins (C Palace), Woodhouse (Sheff Utd), Greening (Man Utd), Beattie (Southampton), Euell (Wimbledon).
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Title Annotation:Sport
Author:West, Lee
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 27, 1999
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