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Wales v Azerbaijan - Under 21 - Tue 11th Oct 2005

Newport Stadium kick off 5.00pm

 

UEFA U-21 Group 6 Table 

 

 

 

Wales (0) 3 Azerbaijan (0) 0
Mark Pritchard 64
Adam Birchall 68
Peter Gilbert 86
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Brian Flynnís side ended their UEFA Under 21 campaign with 3-0 win against Azerbaijan. Three goals in the second half from Mark Pritchard, Adam Birchall and defender Peter Gilbert gave the youngsters their third win in Group 6.

Under 21 line-up (4-4-2): Lee Worgan, Lee Beevers, Peter Gilbert, Craig Morgan, Lewin Nyatanga, Arron Davies, Anthony Pullis, Mark Jones, Curtis McDonald, Adam Birchall, Ramon Calliste.

"In the second half there was some quality finishing, some great movement and passing culminating in a classic third goal. It was a piece of magic by Ramon near the touchline and an inch-perfect pass for Peter Gilbert to score. It's pleasing to finish the campaign with a win and that's two victories over Azerbaijan in the group." - Brian Flynn.


earlier
Brian Flynn names squad for Azerbaijan match. Wayne Hennessey (Wolves) has withdrawn from the squad through injury and is replaced by Kyle Letheren (Swansea City). Owain Tudur-Jones has withdrawn from the Under-21 squad, Andrew Crofts and David Cotterill are expected to return to the squad.

Squad Players update - Squad update: Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan. 

also


PLAYER

 CLUB

Lee Worgan

 Unattached

Wayne Hennessey

 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Craig Morgan               

 MK Dons

Lee Beevers

 Lincoln City

Simon Spender               

 Wrexham

Peter Gilbert                   

 Leicester City

Byron Anthony               

 Cardiff City

Adam Davies                  

 Cambridge United

Lewin Nyatanga              

 Derby County

Dan Martin                     

 Notts County

Andrew Crofts                

 Gillingham

Joseph Ledley                 

 Cardiff City

Arron Davies                  

 Yeovil Town

Owain Tudur Jones

 Swansea City

Mark Jones                    

 Wrexham

Curtis Mcdonald              

 Cardiff City

Anthony Pulis                  

 Stoke City

Adam Birchall                  

 Mansfield Town

David Cotterill                 

 Bristol City

Craig Davies         

 Oxford United

Mark Pritchard                

 Swansea City

Ramon Calliste               

 Liverpool


Stand by players

 

Owain Fon Williams

Crewe Alexandra

Levi Mackin

Wrexham

Stuart Fleetwood

Cardiff City

Gareth Bale

Southampton

Matthew Collins

Fulham

Chris Flynn

Crewe Alexandra

 

 

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