Crowe in Senior Wales Squad
Thursday, 15th Mar 2018 12:47
Town keeper Michael Crowe has been named in the full Wales squad for the first time ahead of the China Cup tournament later this month.
London-born, Norway-raised Crowe, 22, who qualifies for Wales via his grandmother, has previously won U21 and U19 caps.
The China Cup will be new Wales manager Ryan Giggs’s first games in charge with the first match against the hosts on Thursday 22nd March and the second against the Czech Republic or Uruguay on Monday 26th March.
Crowe, who joined Town from Norwegian side IK Start in 2012, is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Blues with his only senior football up to now with loan clubs Stevenage, Woking and Braintree.
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