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International Blues

Posted: Tue 02 Sep 2014
Author: Andy Walker

David Edgar in action for Canada

Image by: Press Association

David Edgar has been called into the Canada squad for the forthcoming international friendly with Jamaica.

The Blues defender, who has 23 senior caps to his name, met up with Benito Floro's squad in Toronto on September 1 before taking on the Jamaicans eight days later.

Meanwhile winger Demarai Gray has been called up for the England U19s to face Germany U19s in Dusseldorf on Monday 8 September. The 18-year-old Brummie currently has three England U18 caps to his name.

Elsewhere two young Blues defenders, Bobby Moseley and Jack Challis , will also be hoping to be in action for their respective national sides. Moseley is in the Republic of Ireland U19 squad to face the Netherlands U19s in Dublin on Tuesday 9 September (7.30pm kick-off), while Challis has been included in the Wales U17 squad to face Malta U17s in Wrexham on Tuesday 16 September (3pm kick-off) and Thursday 18 September (6pm kick-off).

Further down the Blues Academy ranks, midfielders Ryan Stirk (Wales U16s v France U16s) and Christ Mayuba (Scotland U15s v Switzerland U15s) will also all proudly be representing their nations during the international break.

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