Huws Withdrawn From Wales Squad
Sunday, 5th Nov 2017 11:22
Blues midfielder Emyr Huws has been withdrawn from the Wales squad for their friendlies against France and Panama during the international break.
The 24-year-old is yet to play a first-team game for the Blues this season due to an achilles injury.
Speaking on Friday, when he was anticipating Huws still being involved with Wales, manager Mick McCarthy said the summer signing from Cardiff would play his second game for Town’s U23s on Monday and expected him to return to the senior squad for the Hull City match after the international break.
Wigan Athletic’s Lee Evans has replaced Huws in the Wales squad, which includes former Blues loanee Tom Lawrence, while Jonny Williams has also been withdrawn.
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