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Raheem Sterling issues apology to England team-mates after furious Joe Gomez row

Daily Star Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Raheem Sterling issues apology to England team-mates after furious Joe Gomez rowSterling confronted Gomez in Three Lions training in the aftermath of Sunday's fiery Premier League clash between Liverpool and Manchester City
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News video: Raheem Sterling dropped from England's match with Montenegro after Joe Gomez row

Raheem Sterling dropped from England's match with Montenegro after Joe Gomez row 00:53

Raheem Sterling will not be considered for England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro after emotions ran high in the wake of Manchester City’s loss to Liverpool.

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