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Six players called up for international duty

Six players called up for international duty

Six members of the Royals' squad will be joining up with their respective countries in he upcoming days in friendlies and some Euro 2012 qualifiers.

As per usual, Hal Robson-Kanu and Simon Church have been called up for the Welsh squad as they face up against Norway at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday.

In-form goalkeeper Adam Federici has once again been called up for the Australia squad in World Cup qualifiers against Oman and Thailand. It is expected he will play second fiddle to Mark Schwarzer.

Midfielder Mikele Leigertwood will join up with his national side Antigua and Burbuda, as they are on the verge of reaching the next stage of the World Cup qualifiers, possibly facing the likes of USA and Jamaica.

Tottenham loanee Bongani Khumalo will join up with the South Africa squad as they face Ivory Coast and Zimbabwe but will not play due to an injury.

The Welsh under 21s have been using the Royals' training ground over the past few days and have selected Jake Taylor in the squad as they are set to face Armenia on Tuesday.



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Writer:Josh
Date:Friday November 11 2011
Time: 10:40AM

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