England's Raheem Sterling shoots during a training session at the St George's Park training complex near Burton-upon-Trent, central England, October 7, 2014. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Frank Lampard came to the defense of Raheem Sterling Wednesday, saying the Liverpool midfielder had been "brave" to admit to feeling tired.Inevitably, one of the accusations leveled at Sterling, an increasingly influential figure for both club country, is that as a highly paid professional he ought to be able to maintain fitness.However, Lampard said: "I would take the money out of it. Lampard said one area where money was an issue was in terms of the wages being paid to players who, unlike Sterling, have yet become Premier League regulars.Lampard is due to arrive in the U.S. early next year, in time for the 2015 Major League Soccer season, but such has been his form recently that there has been speculation his stay at Eastlands could be extended.
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