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England de-Buet for Danielle?
 Women's Football News 2 Sep 2008
 
England de-Buet for Danielle? - 2 Sep 2008 - Women's Football NewsHope Powell has named a squad of 20 players for the decisive double header in Group One, as England head to Prague and Zamora for their final two games in their bid to qualify for Euro 2009.
 
Chelsea's 19-year-old midfielder Danielle Buet has been included for the first time, and admitted her delight at making it into the Senior squad. Buet told TheFA.com: "I was a bit shocked to be honest. I think the training camps have really helped, and I was recently away with the Under-23s for the Nordic Tournament - so that could be part of it. I can't wait for the opportunity as it's going to be an incredible experience for me and I'm sure I will learn a lot. It will be a great trip to be part of as the girls are so close to the Euros and working extremely hard to get there.
 
"It means everything to play for England - who doesn't want to play for their country? Ever since I was little it's something I have wanted so much."
 
With the European Championship being held in Finland next August, just two games stand between Hope Powell's side and qualification. Unbeaten so far in their qualifying group and winning five out of six games, England face group rivals Spain and Czech Republic to determine the final standings.
 
England are level on points with Spain, but having beaten them at Shrewsbury last year hold the better head-to-head. The Czechs are two points back and need a big win to have any hopes of topping Group One.
 
Powell's side travel first to Prague on Sunday 28 September before heading to Zamora in Spain for their final match - while it could become complicated for England it remains simple; avoid defeat in both games and they will be assured of a place with Europe's elite next year.
 
Anything less could mean that England enter into a play-off to reach the tournament along with the other runners-up that could include the likes of Italy, France and Russia.
 
England squad:
 
Rachel BROWN Everton
Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN Chelsea
Carly TELFORD Leeds United
Laura BASSETT Arsenal
Alex SCOTT Arsenal
Casey STONEY Chelsea
Rachel UNITT Everton
Lindsay JOHNSON Everton
Faye WHITE Arsenal
Anita ASANTE Chelsea
Danielle BUET Chelsea
Jill SCOTT Everton
Kelly SMITH Arsenal
Emily WESTWOOD Everton
Fara WILLIAMS Everton
Eniola ALUKO Chelsea
Karen CARNEY Arsenal
Lianne SANDERSON Chelsea
Sue SMITH Leeds United
Rachel YANKEY Arsenal

 
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