Edwards Set for Trinidad Call
Saturday, 26th Jan 2013 08:24
Town skipper Carlos Edwards is set to be named in the Trinidad and Tobago squad for a home friendly against Peru on Wednesday 6th February.
The Blues skipper has previously won 82 full caps, scoring four goals, his most recent game for his country having been a World Cup qualifier against Guyana in November 2011.
Meanwhile, former Blue Tony Mowbray is keen to take his former team-mate Kieron Dyer to Middlesbrough, according to reports. Dyer has been training with Town since his release by QPR.
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