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HRK in wales squad

Hal Robson Kanu made a great impression with a brief cameo on Saturday, scoring one and making another against Barnsley, and there was further good news on Monday. The winger, come striker, has been called up to the full Wales squad for the upcomin Euro 2012 qualifiers.


He impressed in the under 21's recently, including the game against Italy, after winning his first full cap back in August.


He will be joined in the squad by Simon Church, who is sure to start the games in the absence of Cardif's Craig Bellamy.




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Date:Monday September 27 2010

Time: 8:32PM

 

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