Last Updated: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 15:32
Spurs defender Steven Caulker has had a a two-match UEFA ban lifted on appeal and is available for England Under-21 duty this summer.
Caulker was handed the ban following an incident in the Under-21 play-off against Serbia in October but his suspension has been overturned.
The Spurs defender is now available for England Under-21s' European finals campaign this summer.
England U21 manager Stuart Pearce said in a statement: "We respect UEFA's decision and we will now move on and focus on the finals tournament in the summer.
"We welcome the ruling to overturn Steven Caulker's suspension and choose to accept the verdict with regards to Tom Ince.
"Both players should be proud of the way they represented themselves at UEFA."
Blackpool winger Ince was unsuccessful in his appeal against a one match suspension, while Caulker received a warning and agreed to do one day's community service after his ban was overturned.
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