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Beckham joins England century club
March 27th, 2008 6:45AM

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[MAKING A LIST] David Beckham became only the fifth England player to earn 100 caps when he started in England's 1-0 loss at France on Wednesday. The next player in line to reach 100 caps is Michael Owen, who played his 89th game for England on Wednesday. By contrast, 10 Americans have 100 or more caps, and Landon Donovan will join the century club when he plays his next game for the USA.

ENGLAND CAPS
125 Peter Shilton (Leicester, Stoke, Nott. Forest, Southampton, Derby 1971-90)
108 Bobby Moore (West Ham, 1962-74)
106 Bobby Charlton (Man. United, 1958-70)
105 Billy Wright (Wolves, 1947-59)
100 David Beckham (Man. United, Real Madrid, Los Angeles Galaxy 1996-present)
90 Bryan Robson (West Brom, Man. United, 1980-92)
89 Michael Owen (Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle, 1998-present)
86 Kenny Sansom (Crystal Palace, Arsenal, 1979-88)
85 Gary Neville (Man. United, 1995-present)
84 Ray Wilkins (Chelsea, Man. United, AC Milan, 1976-87)

 



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