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Owls duo receive international calls

Wednesday pair Liam Palmer and Reda Johnson have received international call-ups for their respective nations.

Midfielder Palmer has been called-up to the Scotland U21s squad while defender Johnson has been selected by Benin.

Palmer could feature in Scotland's UEFA European Under-21 Championship games against Luxemburg on Thursday, October 6 and Austria, on Monday, October 10.

Johnson could feature for Benin in their clash Rwanda on Sunday, October 9 in their AFCON qualifier.

The call-ups mean both players will be unavailable for Wednesday's npower League One clash at home against Chesterfield on Saturday, October 8.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 28 2011

Time: 4:14PM

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I can see this being harder on Reda than the team. He'll lose his place against Chezzies and probably have to start PigFest from the bench.
OurMaurice
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29/09/2011 13:37:00

I can see this being harder on Reda than the team. He'll lose his place against Chezzies and probably have to start PigFest from the bench.
OurMaurice
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29/09/2011 13:37:00

Well done lads let's keep Palmer and not sell him
Siswfc8101
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30/09/2011 08:32:00

Well done lads let's keep Palmer and not sell him
Siswfc8101
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30/09/2011 08:32:00

Nothing wrong with playing for your country, well done lads.
samh
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30/09/2011 09:58:00

Nothing wrong with playing for your country, well done lads.
samh
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30/09/2011 09:58:00

Was hoping to see Palmer and Reda start Saturday but obviously chuffed for them both to be representing their countries.
THEsharpey
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30/09/2011 11:01:00

Was hoping to see Palmer and Reda start Saturday but obviously chuffed for them both to be representing their countries.
THEsharpey
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30/09/2011 11:01:00

I agree and playing for your country is the pinnacle of anybody's career (or should be) regardless of where that nation is!
TheDon1974
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30/09/2011 22:28:00

I agree and playing for your country is the pinnacle of anybody's career (or should be) regardless of where that nation is!
TheDon1974
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30/09/2011 22:28:00

So well done lads....
TheDon1974
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30/09/2011 22:28:00

So well done lads....
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