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    Williams out

    Jonathan Williams has suffered a hamstring injury and is out of the Under 21 squad for the Armenia game.


    Saturday 11th August 2012

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wales v Armenia

    Wales Under 21WALES v ARMENIA.









    Group 3 UEFA Under 21 qualifier to be played on Wednesday 15th August 2012. More info to follow.....

    - GROUP 3 DETAILS

    posted: Sun, 3 Jun, 2012 15:50 UK.


    Sunday 3rd June 2012

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wales 4 Andorra 0

    Wales Under 21: Photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES 4 ANDORRA 0
    GOALS:
    Bodin 22, 33.
    Vieira og 44.
    Doble 59.






    Two goals from Billy Bodin earned the Under 21s a comfortable 4-0 win in the UEFA Under-21 Championship Group 3 qualifier against Andorra.

    The impressive Bodin struck after the 22nd and 33rd minutes, his second strike a thunderous volley from inside the box.

    Wales were 3-0 up at half time when a David Stephens' header was diverted into the net by the unlucky Xavier Vieira. Ryan Doble added a fourth on the hour, firing home from an acute angle.

    Final score: Wales 4 Andorra 0.

    Att: 2,000 (source UEFA.com).

    Wales line up:
    1. Chris Maxwell, 2. Adam Henley, 3. Kieron Freeman, 4. Ashley Richards (Capt),5. David Stephens, 6. Troy Brown, 7. Billy Bodin, 8. Jake Howells, 9. Jake Cassidy, 10. Jake Taylor, 11. Ryan Doble

    Subs:
    12. Daniel Ward, 13. Joe Walsh, 14. Ashton Taylor, 15. Paul Dummett, 16. Tom Bradshaw, 17. Robert Ogleby, 18. Elliott Chamberlain.

    Group 3

    Teams P W D L F A +/- Pts
    1 Czech Republic Czech Republic 4 3 1 0 12 1 11 10
    2 Wales Wales 6 3 1 2 7 4 3 10
    3 Montenegro Montenegro 5 3 0 2 13 6 7 9
    4 Armenia Armenia 5 2 2 1 6 4 2 8
    5 Andorra Andorra 6 0 0 6 0 23 -23 0


    TEAM NEWS:
    Rhys Taylor, Tom Bender, Lee Lucas and Elliott Hewitt have withdrawn due to injury. Called up are Danny Ward (Liverpool), Ashton Taylor (Tranmere Rovers), Joe Walsh (Swansea City) and Paul Dummett (Newcastle United).

    The Under 21 squad will have a media session on Tuesday 28th February at 1.30pm. Ashley Richards will captain the side.

    - Flynn: Prepares to face Andorra 
    - sportinglife.com

    Wales squad:
    Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), Rhys Taylor (Chelsea) (loan Rotherham United).

    Tom Bender (Colchester United) (loan Accrington), Troy Brown (Rotherham United) (loan Aldershot Town), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest) (loan Notts County), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), David Stephens (Hibernian).

    Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Ryan Doble (Southampton) (loan Bury), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Lee Lucas (Swansea City (loan Burton Albion).

    Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Robert Ogleby (Wrexham), Jake Taylor (Reading) (loan Exeter City).

    Stand by players:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), David Cornell (Swansea City) (loan Hereford United), Daniel Ward (Liverpool), Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Alex Evans (Cardiff City), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Aston Taylor (Tranmere Rovers), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United).


    Full Wales squad to be confirmed on Monday 20th.

    Called up according to their clubs are Jake Howells, Tom Bradshaw, Jazz Richards, Lee Lucas, Chris Maxwell, Robert Ogleby and Tom Bender. Daniel Alfei is suspended.



    The Wales v Andorra Under 21 UEFA qualifier will be played at the Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium, Wrexham on Wednesday, February 29th 2012.

    Kick off will be at 4pm, with free admission.

    click here for more information

    The FAW had hoped to move the game back 24 hours to avoid a clash with the Senior International against Costa Rica.

    After consultation with UEFA, it was not possible to do this, buy an earlier kick off has been agreed.


    posted: Wed, 11 Jan, 2012 21:38 UK.


    Wednesday 29th February 2012

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Armenia 0 Wales 0

    Wales Under 21: Photo linked from faw.org.ukARMENIA (0) 0 WALES (0) 0
    Brian Flynn's Under 21s drew a blank in Armenia in their UEFA qualifier.

    The match was played at the Republican Stadium in sub zero temperatures with frquent snow showers.

    Wales' next match is in February when Andorra visit. Disappointment news regarding Young Gun Jonathan Williams who sustained a serious leg injury following a tackle after 72 minutes.

    Wales line up:
    1. Chris Maxwell , 2. Kieron Freeman , 3. Ashley Richards (Capt), 4. Lee Lucas, 5. Danny Alfei, 6. David Stephens,
    7. Jake Taylor , 8. Elliott Hewitt, 9. Tom Bradshaw, 10. Billy Bodin, 11. Jonathan Williams.
    Subs:
    12. David Cornell, 13. Troy Brown, 14. Joe Walsh, 15. Adam Henley, 16. Jon Meades, 17. Rob Ogleby, 18. Elliott Chamberlain.

    - Group 3 standings



    Brian Flynn has named the squad for the UEFA qualifier against Armenia. Match to be played in Yerevan on Tuesday 15th November 2011.

    Team news:
    Ryan Doble (Southampton) has withdrawn and is replaced by Robert Ogleby (Hearts loan East Fife).

    Wales squad:
    David Cornell (Swansea City (loan Hereford United)
    Chris Maxwell *(Wrexham)
    Daniel Alfei *(Swansea City)
    Troy Brown *(Rotherham United)
    Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest)
    Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers)
    Ashley Richards *(Swansea City)
    David Stephens (Hibernian)
    Joe Walsh (Swansea City)
    Billy Bodin (Swindon Town (loan Torquay United)
    Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town)
    Jake Howells (Luton Town)
    Lee Lucas *(Swansea City)
    Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace)
    Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town)
    Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City)
    Ryan Doble (Southampton)
    Jake Taylor (Reading (loan Exeter City)

    Stand by players:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea)
    Tom Bender (Colchester United - loan Accrington)
    Alex Evans (Cardiff City)
    Jon Meades (Cardiff City)
    Josh Pritchard (Fulham)
    Aston Taylor (Tranmere Rovers)
    Joe Partington (AFC Bournemouth)
    Jake Cassidy (Wolves)
    Robert Ogleby *(Hearts (loan East Fife)
    Richard Peniket (Fulham).

    * = Yellow Card in UEFA U21 Competition.

    posted: Mon, 31 Oct, 2011 20:38 UK.


    Tuesday 15th November 2011

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wales 0 Czech Republic 1

    Wales Under 21: Photo linked from faw.org.ukWALES (0) 0 CZECH REPUBLIC (1) 1.
    GOALS: Kadlec 5

    Brian Flynn’s Under 21s slipped to a disappointing 1-0 defeat against the Czech Republic at the Racecourse.

    Wales line up:
    1.Chris Maxwell, 2.Kieron Freeman, 3.Ashley Richards (Capt), 4.Lee Lucas, 5.Troy Brown, 6.Daniel Alfei, 7.Jake Taylor, 8.Elliott Hewitt, 9.Tom Bradshaw, 10.Ryan Doble, 11.Jake Howells.
    Subs:
    12.David Cornell, 13.Alex Evans, 14.Paul Dummett, 15.Billy Bodin, 16.David Stephens, 17.Elliott Chamberlain, 18.Robert Ogleby.

    SUBS: 
    Ogleby  Bradshaw 74.
    Chamberlain  Doble 66.
    Bodin  Taylor 46.


     UEFA U21 Group 3
     Under 21s fall to Czechs



    Match to be played on Tuesday 11th October 2011. v. Czech Republic. Kick Off: 7.15pm.

     Flynn set for clash -

    Wales squad:
    Cornell (loan Hereford), Maxwell (Wrexham), Alfei (Swansea), Brown (Rotherham), Dummett (Newcastle), Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Richards (Swansea), Stephens (Hibs), Bodin (Swindon), Hewitt (Macclesfield), Howells (Luton), Lucas (Swansea), Evans (Cardiff), Chamberlain (loan Stockport), Bradshaw (Shrewsbury), Doble (loan Bournemouth), Ogleby (loan East Fife), Taylor (loan Exeter).

    posted: Tue, 10 Oct, 2011 19:50 UK.


    Tuesday 11th October 2011

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wales 1 Montenegro 0

    Wales Under 21: Photo by FAWWALES (0) 1 MONTENEGRO (0) 0.

    Goals: Alfei (Pen) 58
    The Under 21s got back on track with a 1-0 win against Montenegro. Daniel Alfei was the Wales goalscorer after 58 minutes from the penalty spot.

    The win puts Wales third in Group 3 just ahead of their next opponents Czech Republic who the face on Tuesday at the Racecourse.

     UEFA U21 Group 3
     U21s edge it against Montenegro



    Wales take on Montenegro in their U21 UEFA qualifier. Match to be played on Saturday 8th October 2011, at the
    Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. Kick Off 6pm.

    Wales starting line up:
    1.Chris Maxwell, 2.Kieron Freeman, 3.Ashley Richards (Capt), 4.Lee Lucas, 5.Troy Brown, 6.Daniel Alfei, 7.Jake Taylor, 8.Elliott Hewitt, 9.Tom Bradshaw, 10.Ryan Doble, 11.Jake Howells.
    Subs:
    12.David Cornell, 13.Alex Evans, 14.Paul Dummett, 15.Billy Bodin, 16.David Stephens, 17.Elliott Chamberlain, 18.Robert Ogleby.

    Match Referee: Vladimir Vnuk (Slovakia)



     Brian Flynn seeks Home rewards -

    TEAM NEWS:

    Luton Town midfielder Jake Howells has been called up, also called up is Paul Dummett (Newcastle Utd). Jonathan Williams has been called up to the senior squad. Alex Evans (Cardiff City) has been called up.

    Wales squad:
    Cornell (loan Hereford), Maxwell (Wrexham), Alfei (Swansea), Brown (Rotherham), Dummett (Newcastle), Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Richards (Swansea), Stephens (Hibs), Bodin (Swindon), Hewitt (Macclesfield), Howells (Luton), Lucas (Swansea), Williams (Crystal Palace), Chamberlain (loan Stockport), Bradshaw (Shrewsbury), Doble (loan Bournemouth), Ogleby (loan East Fife), Taylor (loan Exeter).

    Stand by players:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Adam Henley (Blackburn Rovers), Jon Meades (Cardiff City)
    Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Joe Partington (Bournemouth), Jake Cassidy (Wolves).

    posted: Tue, 27 Sep, 2011 19:35 UK.



    Saturday 8th October 2011

     
     
     

    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).

    Subs:
    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).

    Match:
    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.



    Tuesday 6th September 2011

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wrexham to host UEFA matches

    Wales v Hungary Under 21: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaUNDER 21s SET FOR WREXHAM
    The two Under 21 UEFA qualifying matches against Montenegro and the Czech Republic will be played at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham.

    Fixture dates:
    Saturday 8th October 2011. v. Montenegro. Kick Off 6pm.
    Tuesday 11th October 2011. v. Czech Republic. Kick Off: 7.15pm.

    Wales have won the last three Under 21 matches played at the Racecourse - Two UEFA matches against Hungary (2009), Bosnia-Herzegovina (2009), and a friendly with N Ireland (2011).

    So far in this UEFA Under 21 campaign, Brian Flynn's side have beaten Andorra 1-0 away, next game is away to Montenegro on the 6th September.

    posted: Mon, 15 Aug, 2011 17:30  UK.



    Monday 15th August 2011

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Wales 1 Hungary 2

    Wales v Hungary Under 21: Photo by David Rawcliffe/PropagandaWALES 1 HUNGARY 2
    Midfielder Benjamin Balazs gave Hungary an early lead, Lee Lucas levelled just before the half-time interval. Zsolt Haraszti scored the winner very late on to earn Hungary the win.

    Wales starting line up:
    1.Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), 2.Daniel Alfei (Swansea City) Capt, 3.Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), 4.Lee Lucas (Swansea City),  5.David Stephens (Hibs), 6.Troy Brown (Rotherham United), 7.Jake Taylor (Reading), 8.Jake Howells (Luton Town), 9.Richard Peniket (Fulham), 10.Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), 11.Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace).

    Subs: 12.Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), 13.Tom Bender (Colchester United), 14.Joe Walsh (Swansea City), 15.Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), 16.Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), 17.Casey Thomas (Swansea City) 18.Robert Ogleby (Hearts - loan East Fife).



    Richard Peniket (Fulham), has been called up. Despite not being in the initial squad or on stand-by. The Fulham forward has been injured with a twisted ankle but played for his club in an u18s friendly at Bristol yesterday and scored in a 2-2 draw, also called up are Casey Thomas, David Stephens, Kieron Freeman, Elliot Hewitt and Reece Jones.

    Out are Paul Dummett, Ashley Richards, Joe Partington, Ryan Doble, Elliot Chamberlain and Tom Bradshaw.

    U21 friendly against Hungary is perfect preparation says Brian Flynn -

    Revised Wales squad:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Chris Maxwell (Wrexham), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Rotherham United), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Jake Taylor (Reading), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Robert Ogleby (Hearts-loan East Fife), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), 
    David Stephens (Hibernian), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Casey Thomas (Swansea City), Richard Peniket (Fulham).

    Jake Howells looks set to start. .

    updated: Tue, 9 Aug, 2011 15:20 UK.


    Brian Flynn has named the Under 21 squad for the friendly international against Hungary. Match to be played at the Conygar Bridge Meadow Stadium, Haverfordwest, on Wednesday 10th August 2011 , kick off 6pm.

    The match is in preparation for the upcoming UEFA Under 21 matches againsat Montenegro (Away and at Home) and the Czech Republic (Home).

    Wales squad:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Chris Maxwell (Wrexham),
    Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Rotherham United), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Joe Partington (Bournemouth), Jake Howells (Luton Town), Jake Taylor (Reading), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Robert Ogleby (Hearts-loan East Fife), Ryan Doble (Southampton), Tom Bradshaw Shrewsbury Town), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City).

    Stand by players:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), David Cornell (Swansea City), David Stephens (Hibernian), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Elliott Hewitt (Macclesfield Town), Arron Holloway (Bristol City), Reece Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Casey Thomas (Swansea City), Josh Dawkin (Norwich City).

    posted: Sat, 30 Jul, 2011 12:48 UK.


    Wednesday 10th August 2011

     
     
     

    UNDER 21: Andorra 0 Wales 1

    Andorra v Wales: photo linked from fedandfut.comANDORRA 0 WALES 1 

    Goals: Fajardo (21 OG)

    An overhit back pass proved to be Andorra's undoing as Brian Flynn's side kicked off 2013 qualifying Group 3 with a victory. - Highlights on Sgorio this Saturday.

    info from UEFA.com

    Wales line up:

    1. Rhys Taylor (Crewe Athletic (Loan), 2. Adam Matthews (Cardiff City),3. Ashley Richards (Swansea City) (Capt), 4. Lee Lucas (Swansea City), 5. Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), 6. Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), 7. Jake Taylor (Reading), 8. Joe Partington (Bournemouth), 9. Ryan Doble (Oxford United loan), 10. Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), 11. Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace).

    Subs: 12. David Cornell (Port Talbot Town-  Loan), 13. Tom Bender (Colchester United), 14. Joe Walsh (Swansea City), 15. Billy Bodin (Crystal Palace), 16. Nathan Craig (Everton), 17. Robert Ogleby (Hearts), 18. Jake Cassidy (Wolves)



    Nathan Craig
    has been called up. Joe Allen has withdrawn from the squad with a shoulder injury.


    Other information:
    Friendly:
     Andorra v Wales.
    Venue: Estadi Comunal, Andorra la Vella
    Date: Tuesday 29th March 2011.
    Kick off: 3pm UK.

    updated: Tue, 29 March, 2011 17:31 UK.


    Wales' first 2013 Under 21 qualifer is away to Andorra at the end of month. Brian Flynn has named his squad:

    Wales squad:
    Rhys Taylor (Chelsea (loan Crewe Alexandra)), David Cornell (Swansea City (loan Port Talbot Town)), Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Tom Bender (Colchester United), Troy Brown (Ipswich Town), Paul Dummett (Newcastle United), Ashley Richards (Swansea City), Adam Matthews (Cardiff City), Joe Allen (Swansea City), Billy Bodin (Swindon Town), Lee Lucas (Swansea City), Joe Partington (Bournemouth), Jonathan Williams (Crystal Palace), Ryan Doble (Southampton (loan Oxford)), Elliott Chamberlain (Leicester City), Robert Ogleby (Hearts), Jake Taylor (Reading), Jake Cassidy (Wolves).

    Stand by players:
    Jonathan Bond (Watford), Kieron Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Adam Henley (Blackburn), David Stephens - (Hibernian), Joe Walsh (Swansea City), Nathan Craig (Everton), Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town), Kayelden Brown (West Bromwich Albion) (loan Port Vale), Matthew Harriott (Sheffield United), Jonathan Meades (Cardiff City), Casey Thomas (Swansea City (Port Talbot Town))



    Tuesday 29th March 2011

     
     
     

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