Brown Gets First Wales U21 Call
Friday, 29th Oct 2010 12:05
Town defender Troy Brown has been named in the Wales U21 squad for the first time. The Welsh youngsters take on Austria in a friendly at Newport on Wednesday 17th November.
Brown, who has previously won caps at U17 and U19 levels, has made four starts and three sub appearances for the Blues since signing in the summer of 2009 after being released by Fulham’s academy.
Wales U21s: Rhys Taylor (Chelsea - on loan at Crewe Alexandra), David Cornell (Swansea City), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Adam Matthews (Cardiff City), Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), David Stephens (Hibernians), Nathan Craig (Everton), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Joe Allen (Swansea City), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Joe Partington (AFC Bournemouth), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Ryan Doble (Southampton), Jake Taylor (Reading), Casey Thomas (Swansea City), Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), Stand-By Players:, Jonathan Bond (Watford), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Robert Ogleby (Hearts), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City - FK Moss).
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