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Robson Kanu earns full Wales call up

Robson Kanu, as well as youngster Jake Taylor, made their under 21's debut in the narrow 1-0 defeat to Austria on Tuesday night. His performance was enough to convince manager John Toshack that he was worthy of a call upto the full squad and he will travel to Osijek for the game against Croatia on Sunday.

He will be joined in the squad by Simon Church, who is a Welsh regular and likely to lead the line alongside captain Craig Bellamy.

Robson Kanu made 18 appearances for the Royals last season and will be keen to make an impact at international level.

You can watch the game on Sunday on channel S4C, which is a random Welsh channel and can be found on Sky. The match kicks off at 6pm.

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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 19 2010

Time: 1:54PM

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Great news, and more international recognition for another talented youngster.
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