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Robson Kanu called up for Wales

Now don't get me wrong, there is nothing surprising about him getting a call up at international under 21 level. Whenever he has played this season, he has looked decent and is sure to have a big future at the Madejski Stadium. However no one seemed to know he was Welsh!


Robson Kanu qualifies through his grandmother who was born in Carphilly, despite already appearing for England under 19's.


He will play in the friendly against Austria on May 18th, but even then he won't be commited to the Welsh and could also represent Nigeria, as his father was born in Lagos.


One thing is for sure, Robson Kanu will be playing regular international football very soon, we just don't know who for yet!




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday May 6 2010

Time: 9:14AM

 

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