Carson Added to Those Away on International Duty
Sunday, 3rd Feb 2013 20:31
Midfielder Josh Carson has been added to Northern Ireland’s squad for their friendly in Malta on Wednesday. The 19-year-old, who has been called up due to injuries, has previously won four full caps.
Also away on international duty this week is skipper Carlos Edwards with Trinidad and Tobago, who is set to play his first game for his country since November 2011 when the Soca Warriors take on Peru, also on Wednesday.
Loan keeper Stephen Henderson could win his first senior cap for the Republic of Ireland having been named in their squad for a friendly with Poland, again on Wednesday.
Two Town youngsters face one another when the Wales U21s take on their Icelandic counterparts at Stebonheath Park, Llanelli in a friendly, once more on Wednesday evening.
Right-back Elliott Hewitt is in ex-Blue Geraint Williams’s Welsh squad and midfielder or defender Gunnar Thorsteinsson has been named in Iceland's travelling party.
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