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Swans Duo Start For Wales Under-21s

Swans Duo Start For Wales Under-21s

Swansea City midfield duo Shaun MacDonald and Joe Allen have both started for Wales under 21s this evening against Luxembourg.

The youngsters have both been regulars in Brian Flynn's side and nearly helped guide us to the Euro 2009 finals.

Now we turn our attentions to the 2011 Uefa Under-21 Championships in Denmark.

The match finished 0-0.

Wales: Chris Maxwell (Wrexham); Lloyd James (Southampton), Neal Eardley (Oldham), James Wilson (Bristol City), Rhys Williams (Middlesbrough), Grant Basey (Charlton), Andy King (Leicester), Mark Bradley (Walsall), Joe Allen (Swans), Shaun MacDonald (Swans), Simon Church (Reading) (C).

Subs: Jonathan North (Watford), Jazz Richards (Swans), Aaron Morris (Cardiff), Neil Taylor (Wrexham), Nathan Craig (Everton), Jake Taylor (Reading), Jonathan Brown (Cardiff).



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday March 27 2009
Time: 8:14PM

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Allen should be on the bench for Toshack's side.
GThomas
28/03/2009 16:41:00
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Allen should be on the bench for Toshack's side.
GThomas
28/03/2009 16:41:00
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