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Duo Make Wales U19 Squad

Duo Make Wales U19 Squad

Swansea City duo Shaun MacDonald and Chris Jones have made the Wales under 19 squad for the UEFA qualifiers against Czech Republic, Turkey and Luxembourg.

The 3 games will be played in Luxembourg over a 6-day period between Tuesday 31 October to Sunday 5th November.

Chris Jones, 17, made the subs bench recently for the Swans against Crewe while MacDonald has found first team opportinities limited after only recently returning from a groin injury.

Both youngsters have been impressive for the Swans. Chris Jones scored a goal in a pre-season friendly back in the Summer while MacDonald was also handed a few first team starts last season.


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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Tuesday October 3 2006
Time: 1:19PM

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just thought i would let you know , Ricketts is doing well here at hull, out at the moment with fractured cheek but I personally have been very impressed with him !
dazednconfuzed
03/10/2006 13:28:00
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Well since he's left, our left side of defence is hopeless! Well all our defence is hopeless actually at the moment! I think we got a good deal for him though because he just wasn't performing up to his usual standard last season.
KevinE
03/10/2006 13:53:00
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Always good to have a couple of promising international players in your squad.
jono_forest
03/10/2006 14:47:00
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Congratulations to both. Nice to see Shaun now back fully fit. I am looking forward to seeing Chris Jones getting his first league debut - even if it's the last 20 minutes. As reported on this site previously, and only just turned 17 years old, he is a good prospect for the future.
willow
04/10/2006 10:52:00
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