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Stuart Pearce set for talks over England future

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The FA's development of youth football, Trevor Brooking, has revealed that Stuart Pearce will begin talks over his future as Engand Under 21 manager next month.

The 50-year-old former Manchester City manager will be out of contract after the European Chamionships in Israel this summer after six years in charge, and Brooking will speak to Pearce to see whether he is willing to continue in his current role.

Speaking to The Sun, Brooking said: "I'll sit down with him (Stuart Pearce) and see where he is. Over the holiday period, we haven't had that time.

"We've got a Club England meeting in about a month's time and will certainly indicate what the intentions are.

"We'll have a talk with Stuart, so he knows where it is as well."

Pearce was a candidate to take over from Fabio Capello as manager of the senior England following the Italian tacticians departure, but Brooking has revealed that Pearce didn't feel ready to take over at that time.

Brooking added: "At the time, with the seniors, he said he wasn't quite ready for it.

"Does that mean you need more club experience? I don't know."
 



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