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City players get the call up

Five of Bristol City's players are set to represent their countries in the latest international clashes.

Young keeper Stephen Henderson has made the Republic of Ireland U21 squad who face their German counterparts this Tuesday and James Wilson has made the Welsh U21 squad as they prepare for their match against Northern Ireland.

Jamie McAllister has kept his place in the Scotland squad. Scotland have called up the left back to take place in their international training camp. Strikers Stern John and Peter Styvar are also available for their native lands.

John, on loan from Southampton, will be travelling to El Salvador as Trinidad and Tobago continue their qualification to World Cup 2010, whilst Styvar take part in a friendly tournament for Slovakia. The tournament, held in Cyprus, will also feature Serbia, Ukraine and the hosts Cyprus.




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Writer: AdamM Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 4 2009

Time: 3:16PM

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thought after last week performance of the week, this would have been an easy win, but battling Blackpool fighting for survival played better than usual.
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01/03/2009 08:57:00

garry johnson has done a fantastic job sice taking over and you have played some great stuff this season. good luck for promotion everyone
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03/03/2009 20:36:00

it just shows how far you have come with players getting called up for there country.
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