Ben Foster to come out of England retirement?

Foster to make England return?
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West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster is reportedly considering a return to England in time for their upcoming 2014 World Cup qualifiers.

West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Ben Foster is reportedly considering a return to the England national team following his earlier retirement.

The 29-year-old ruled himself out of future England squads two years ago due to personal reasons, but it is believed that manager Roy Hodgson has spoken to the shot-stopper over a potential comeback.

It is understood that the former Birmingham City goalkeeper could be included in the squad to face San Marino and Montenegro for the Three Lions' 2014 World Cup qualifiers, according to the Birmingham Mail.

Foster is expected to play second fiddle to current number one Joe Hart.

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