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Toulon: Wales Under 20s

 


Chris Mepham (Brentford) called up to replace
the injured Aron Davies (Fulham). (27.05.2017).

Coming up today: (26.05.2017).

Wales Training Session (Morning) and Player interviews this afternoon. Squad travel out to France over the weekend.



Cian Harries (Coventry City) has been called up as replacement for Jordan Davies.

Lloyd Humphries (
Weston Super Mare - on loan from Cardiff City) has replaced Matthew Smith (injury).



Rhys Norrington-Davies (A level Exams), Mitchell Clark (Selected for his club) and David Brooks (selected for England) have withdrawn from the squad.

Called up are Jordan Davies (Brighton), Aaron Lewis (Swansea City),
and Keiran Evans (Swansea City).




Rob Page has named the Wales squad that will travel to France at the end of the month.

Original Wales squad:

Lewis Thomas (Swansea City)
Luke Pilling (Tranmere Rovers)

Cole Dasilva (Chelsea)
Cameron Coxe (Cardiff City)
   Mitchell Clark (Aston Villa)
- Withdrawn
Regan Poole (Manchester United)
   Aron Davies (Fulham)
- Withdrawn
   Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheffield United)
- Withdrawn
Rhys Abbruzzese (Cardiff City)
Joe Rodon (Swansea City)

   Matthew Smith (Manchester City)
- Withdrawn
Nathan Broadhead (Everton)
Jack Evans (Swansea City)
   David Brooks (Sheffield United)
- Withdrawn
Mark Harris (Cardiff City)
Rhyle Ovenden (Watford)

Tyler Roberts (West Bromwich Albion)
Daniel James (Swansea City)
Liam Cullen (Swansea City)
George Thomas (Coventry City).

Called up:

Aaron Lewis (Swansea City).
Keiran Evans (Swansea City).
Lloyd Humphries (Weston Super Mare - on loan from Cardiff City).
Cian Harries (Coventry City).
Chris Mepham (Brentford).

    Jordan Davies (Brighton). - Withdrawn


Toulon Tournament 2017. (Wales Under 20s)

Wales in Group B alongside Bahrain, Ivory Coast and France.

France v Wales: Tuesday 30 May : Aubagne (Stade de Lattre) Kick off 19:30 (local time)

Bahrain v Wales: Friday 2 June : Fos-sur-Mer (Stade Parsemain)

Kick off 17:00 (local time)

Ivory Coast v Wales: Monday 5 June : Aubagne (Stade de Lattre) 
Kick off 17:00 (local time)

more info goto 2017 Toulon Tournament


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