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Brian Flynn names Wales U21 squad for February friendly against Northern Ireland

Swansea City midfielder Joe Allen will return to the Wales Under-21 squad for next month’s friendly against Northern Ireland in Wrexham.

Allen, who won senior caps in the Euro 2012 qualifiers against Montenegro and Bulgaria last autumn, will be the most experienced player in Brian Flynn’s 18-man squad.

Cardiff City full-back Adam Matthews, who has also earned senior recognition, will join him.

Flynn has also named two new players in Newcastle defender Paul Dummett and another Cardiff player, midfielder Jonathan Meades.

Wales Under-21 squad to play Northern Ireland on February 9.

Maxwell (Wrexham), R Taylor (Crewe), Alfei (Swansea), Bender (Colchester), Brown (Ipswich), Dummett (Newcastle), Matthews (Cardiff), Richards (Swansea), Allen (Swansea), Bodin (Swindon), Jones (AFC Wimbledon), Lucas (Swansea), Meades (Cardiff), Williams (Crystal Palace), Chamberlain (Chamberlain), Doble (Southampton), Ogleby (Hearts), J Taylor (Reading).

Standby: Bond (Watford), Cornell (Port Talbot), Freeman (Nottingham Forest), Stephens (Hibernian), Walsh (Swansea), Craig (Everton), Partington (Bournemouth), Bradshaw (Shrewsbury), Brown (Port Vale), Cassidy (Wolves), Peniket (Fulham), Thomas (Port Vale).

 

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