Crowe, Drinan and McKendry in U23s at Huddersfield
Monday, 16th Apr 2018 10:59
Michael Crowe, Aaron Drinan and Conor McKendry are among those set to play for the Blues’ U23s away against Huddersfield Town at PPG Canalside this afternoon (KO 1pm).
The U23s, who fell to home defeats to Hull City and Watford last week, are third in the Professional Development League Two South table, a point behind second-placed Charlton, with only next Monday’s home match against Bolton Wanderers (Portman Road, KO 7pm) left to play after today’s game.
With regular U23s coaches Gerard Nash and Chris Hogg involved with the first team, Geraint Williams will again take charge. Admission to PPG Canalside is £1.
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