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England Under 19 coach Brian Eastick has sent three players home from international duty in Yorkshire for breaking a curfew.
Chelsea duo Scott Sinclair and Ryan Bertrand, who is currently on loan at Oldham, and Newcastle's Andy Carroll, at present with Preston, are the players disciplined.
The trio have all returned to their clubs after being asked to leave the England training HQ in Leeds, where Eastick's side were preparing for their clash with Romania in Scunthorpe.
"I have found it necessary to send three players home for breaking our code of conduct," said Eastick.
"All the appropriate people have been informed and there will be no further comment at this time."
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