- The charge facing Ashley Cole needs responding to barely 24 hours before England's World Cup qualifier with San Marino
- It's not thought the charge will pose any threat to his chances of winning his 99th cap
- He reported for duty at the FA's St George's Park complex in Burton along with the rest of his team-mates this lunchtime
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