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UNDER 21: Montenegro 3 Wales 1

Wales v Hungary Under 21: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaMONTENEGRO (0) 3 WALES (0) 2
Bradshaw 55, Golubovic 65, Mugosa 77, Nikolic 88.

Brian Flynn’s young Under 21 side went down 3-1 in Montenegro in their second UEFA Under 21 group 3 qualifier.

After a goalless first half Tom Bradshaw put Wales in front after 55 minutes, Montnegro equalised after 65 minutes through Golubovic. But two late goals from Mugosa and Nikolic earned the home side the points.

Wales line up:
1. Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), 2. Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), 3. Ashley Richards (Swansea City) (Capt), 4. Lee Lucas (Swansea City), 5. Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), 6. Troy Brown (Rotherham United), 7. Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), 8. Elliot Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), 9. Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), 10. Ryan Doble (Southampton), 11. Billy Bodin (Swindon Town).

12.Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), 13. David Stephens (Hibernian), 14. Ben Davies (Swansea City), 15. Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), 16. Jake Taylor (Reading), 17. Robert Ogleby (Hearts - loan East Fife), 18. Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City).

Alan Mario Sant from Malta is the match referee.

Other group match result score: Czech Rep 1 Armenia 1.

 UEFA U21 Group 3

Two changes to the squad, out are Paul Dummett (Newcastle United) and Jake Howells (Knee) (Luton Town) . Called up are Jon Meades (Cardiff City) and Ben Davies (Swansea City).

Montenegro v Wales (Under 21 UEFA qualifier in Podgorica, Tuesday 6th Sept 2011, kick off 7:30pm UK).

Brian Flynn has named the U21 squad for the UEFA U21 qualifier against Montenegro (to be played on Tuesday 6th September, Gradski Stadium, Podgorica).

Although selected on the standby list last week it appears Josh Prichard (Fulham) is no longer on the squad list.

Wales squad:
Christopher Maxwell - Wrexham
Rhys Taylor - Chelsea
Kieron Freeman - Nottingham Forest
Daniel Alfei - Swansea City
Ashley Richards - Swansea City
David Stephens - Hibs
Troy Brown - Rotherham United
Paul Dummett - Newcastle United
Billy Bodin - Swindon Town
Lee Lucas - Swansea City
Jake Howells - Luton Town
Elliott Hewitt - Macclesfield Town
Jonathan Williams - Crystal Palace
Ryan Doble - Southampton (loan Bournemouth)
Elliott Chamberlain - Leicester City (loan Stockport Co)
Tom Bradshaw - Shrewsbury Town
Jake Taylor - Reading (loan Aldershot Town)
Robert Ogleby - Hearts (loan East Fife)

Players on standby:
David Cornell - Swansea City (loan Hereford United)
Josh Dawkin - Norwich City
Adam Henley - Blackburn Rovers
Kayelden Brown - West Bromwich Albion
Casey Thomas - Swansea City
Richard Peniket - Fulham
Jake Cassidy - Wolves
Reece Jones - AFC Wimbledon
Joe Partington - Bournemouth
Joe Walsh - Swansea City
Tom Bender - Colchester United
Alex Evans - Cardiff City
Jonathan Meades - Cardiff City
Ashton Taylor - Tranmere Rovers
Ibrahim Farah - Cardiff City
Josh Pritchard - Fulham.

source - wrexham fc web site
posted: Fri, 19 Aug, 2011 15:58  UK.

Posted: Tuesday 6th September 2011
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