Date:Monday February 13 2006
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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