Bru, Bishop and Oar in U21s at Birmingham
Monday, 14th Sep 2015 11:11
Kevin Bru, Teddy Bishop and recent signing Tommy Oar are all set to play for the U21s against Birmingham City at their Wast Hilsl training ground this afternoon (KO 1pm).
Bru and Bishop are on the way back from hamstring injuries, while Oar is short of football having joined the Blues just prior to the international break having left his previous club FC Utrecht at the end of last season.
The trio’s involvement today almost certainly means they will play no part at Leeds tomorrow but they could return to the first-team squad for Friday’s live Sky game at home to Birmingham’s senior side.
Young midfielders Adam McDonnell and Dylan Connolly are also set to be involved in today’s U21s match having been away with the Irish U19s and U21s respectively last week.
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