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UNDER 21 SQUAD



Under 21 squad -  6 Sep 18.

Wales squad numbers


1 Kuke Pilling (Tranmere Rovers - loan Ashton United)
2 Cameron Coxe (Cardiff City)
3 Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheffield United)
4 Ashley Baker (Sheffield Wednesday)
5 Regan Poole (Manchester United)
6 Cian Harries (Swansea City)
7 Daniel James (Swansea City)
8 Joe Morrell (Bristol City)
9 Mark Harris (Cardiff City - loan Newport County)
10 George Thomas (Leicester City - loan Scunthorpe)
11 Rabbi Matondo (Manchester City)
12 Owen Evans (Wigan)
13 Brandon Cooper (Swansea City)
14 Aaron Lewis (Swansea City)
15 Nathan Broadhead (Everton)
16 Alex Babos (Derby County)
17 Isaac Christie-Davies (Liverpool)
18 Liam Cullen (Swansea City)

update

Brandon Cooper called up from Wales U19 squad.

earlier:

Aron Davies was called up to the Under 21 squad as replacement for Joe Rodon.

Aron was to join up with the squad tomorrow in North Wales, after Fulham's Checkatrade Trophy this evening. [ GSF Agency ] - 4 Sep 18.

earlier:
Joe Rodon has withdrawn due to injury.
Eight players on standby for the squad.

Original Wales Under 21 squad

Luke Pilling (Tranmere Rovers - loan Ashton United)
Owen Evans (Wigan)
Cameron Coxe (Cardiff City)
Rhys Norrington-Davies (Sheffield United)
Regan Poole (Manchester United)
Cian Harries (Swansea City)
  Joe Rodon (Swansea City)
Isaac Christie-Davies (Liverpool)
Aaron Lewis (Swansea City)
Mark Harris (Cardiff City - loan Newport County)
Alex Babos (Derby County)
Joe Morrell (Bristol City)
George Thomas (Leicester City - loan Scunthorpe)
Rabbi Matondo (Manchester City)
Liam Cullen (Swansea City)
Nathan Broadhead (Everton)
Daniel James (Swansea City)
Ashley Baker (Sheffield Wednesday).


Called up
Brandon Cooper (Swansea City)

Stand by players:
8 players on standby for the squad.

"It's really encouraging for the future of Welsh football seeing these young players coming through. We've got players young enough for the U19s and players getting called up to the seniors, it's exciting."
- Rob Page.

Fixtures:
Wales v Liechtenstein
UEFA qualifier
Friday 7 Sep 18
kick off 6pm
Bangor City Football Stadium.

Wales v Portugal
UEFA qualifier
Tuesday 11 Sep 18
kick off 6pm
Bangor City Football Stadium.

[photo embedded from welshfootballtrust ]

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