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Two changes to England squad
 Women's Football News 9 Sep 2013
 
Brent Hills has handed Arsenal forward Danielle Carter her first call up to the England senior team for the World Cup qualifying double header against Belarus and Turkey. 
 
The 20-year-old has been in fine form in the FA WSL, netting six goals in 11 games for the Gunners. Carter has represented her country at an Under-17 and an Under-20 World Cup and scored 12 goals in 39 youth internationals.
 
Also included among Hills' 22 is Liverpool's Natasha Dowie, the current joint-top scorer in the WSL with 10 goals. The striker will be hoping to add to her three England caps, the last of which came against Serbia in September 2011.
 
Hills said: "I've been impressed with what I've seen from those two this season.
 
"I know them from the Under-23s, I've spoken to their club managers and I feel that they've made a strong case to be included."
 
The majority of the squad travelled to the Euros in Sweden this summer, but there is no place for Kelly Smith who has been ruled out with a calf injury.
 
Hills, the Under-23 Head Coach and formerly Assistant Manager to Hope Powell, will take charge of the opening two qualifiers as England set out on the road to Canada 2015.
 
He added: "We all realise we underperformed severely in the summer, but you don't become a bad player overnight.
 
"This is a chance for the players to show they can bounce back. Talent always rebounds.
 
"The Euros are done and dusted now. We've already analysed it as staff and players and I don't think we should spend an inordinate amount of time dwelling on it.
 
"We need to move on and get these qualifiers off to a winning start."
 
England take on Belarus at Bournemouth's Goldsands Stadium on Saturday 21 September before entertaining Turkey at Fratton Park five days later. Wales, Ukraine and Montenegro complete Group Six.
 
England squad: 
 
 NAME   CLUB   CAPS   GOALS 
 Karen BARDSLEY   Lincoln Ladies   32   0 
 Rachel BROWN-FINNIS   Everton   81   0 
 Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN   Bristol Academy   25   0 
 Gemma BONNER   Liverpool   0   0 
 Sophie BRADLEY   Lincoln Ladies   24   0 
 Lucy BRONZE   Liverpool   1   0 
 Steph HOUGHTON   Arsenal   38   6 
 Alex SCOTT   Arsenal   101   12 
 Casey STONEY   Lincoln Ladies   113   5 
 Anita ASANTE   Gothenburg   67   1 
 Jade MOORE   Birmingham City   5   1 
 Jordan NOBBS   Arsenal   6   1 
 Jill SCOTT   Everton   70   12 
 Fara WILLIAMS   Liverpool   117   36 
 Eniola ALUKO   Chelsea   72   15 
 Karen CARNEY   Birmingham City   85   13 
 Danielle CARTER   Arsenal   0   0 
 Jess CLARKE   Lincoln Ladies   41   10 
 Rachel YANKEY   Arsenal   129   19 
 Natasha DOWIE   Liverpool   3   0 
 Toni DUGGAN   Everton   10   3 
 Ellen WHITE   Arsenal   40   14 

 
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