Gabriel Agbonlahor Out For England Squad Due To A Hamstring Injury.

The Gabriel Agbonlahor has withdrawn from the England squad due to a hamstring injury and returned to Aston Villa and the agbonlahor has been in magnificent form for Villa during the early part of the Premier League season and had been rewarded with a callup by Fabio Capello for the friendly against Spain on Saturday and next Tuesday's clash with Sweden.

He had been hoping to get the opportunity to impress at the Wembley and stake his claim for a place in England's final Euro 2012 squad Capello reconsidering his attacking options following the news that Wayne Rooney would be suspended to group games next summer to the 25-year-old sat out training on Friday and England's doctors have now allowed him to head back to Villa.

He has this morning returned to Aston Villa," read a short statement on the Football Association's official website to having been assessed by the England medical staff, Agbonlahor is unable to train today at Wembley and has returned to his club Villa will be hoping the injury is not serious and that Agbonlahor will be fit to face Tottenham at White Hart Lane on 21st November.

England players and coaching staff held a two minutes silence in the Wembley centre circle in honour of Remembrance Day before undertaking their final training session ahead of Saturday's game to skipper John Terry stood alongside head coach Capello while Frank Lampard, tipped to wear the armband if Terry is not selected, was next to Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce he is fit enough to participate against Spain will not be revealed until Capello stages his pre-match media conference later on Friday.

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