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Lita Makes Final U-21 League Squad

The Football League under-21 squad due to face their counterparts from Italy’s Seria B next week has had it’s cut from 33 players to 21 and Royals Leroy Lita has been retained.

Lita couldn’t have really been overlooked after scoring 14 goals this season and playing his part in getting Reading to the top of the championship table.

Lita made his U-21 debut just twelve months ago against Holland and impressed manager Peter Taylor with a goal, now haw has the chance to do it again at Hull City’s KC Stadium a week tomorrow.

Final Squad: L Camp (Derby), S Flinders (Barnsley), G Borrowdale (Crystal Palace), L Chambers (Northampton), S Francis (Tranmere), G Halford (Colchester), W Morgan (Nottingham Forest), R Stearman (Leicester), S Tillen (Brentford), R Wood (Sheff Wed), C Eagles (Watford), R Smith (Leicester), T Soares (Crystal Palace), S Walton (Leeds), B Watson (Crystal Palace), J Welsh (Hull), D Blackstock (Southampton), C Jerome (Cardiff), L Lita (Reading), I McLeod (MK Dons), A Young (Watford).

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Date:Monday February 13 2006

Time: 11:31AM

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Much as I feel happy for the lad, you have to fear an injury when playing in these types of games
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13/02/2006 11:58:00

I agree
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13/02/2006 13:03:00

Pull him out of the squad!!!!
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13/02/2006 23:29:00

Norwich City are the visitors to the Mad Stad tonight and Nigel Worthington will be hoping his side can pull off a shock result and put the Canaries back on the winning track.
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13/03/2006 21:06:00

""Adding: 'But I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Reading and got on well with the fans, so I hope that is shown on Sunday. I hope to get a nice reception, I gave my all for Reading and I hope there is a mutual appreciation from the supporters - there certainly is from my side.' "" DP
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