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England Awaits For Beevers

Despite relegation hanging firmly over our shoulders, Wednesday defender Mark Beevers at least has the silver lining of and England under-21 call-up to look forward to.

The 18-year-old centre back was put on standy-by for the squad last week but has now been moved in to the main squad for their match against Croatia at Swindon Town's County Ground tomorrow (Tuesday).

The Wednesday youth product was taken down to join the rest of the squad following the Owls' 2-1 defeat by Ipwswich Town on Saturday and will be training with the rest of the best young English talent ahead of tomorrow's clash.

Not only did Beevers enjoy the call-up, but he was named the Owls' player-of-the-month for February, earning the praise of boss Brian Laws after coming in to fill the gap at the back alongside Richard Hinds.

And the Barnsley-born defender will be hoping to enjoy another top-notch month to help ease the Owls' relegation fears.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 4 2008

Time: 1:22PM

Your Comments

Squad selction will get him even more noticed, Actually winning a cap for the U21s should add another mill on his transfer fee. While his departure will be a forgone conclusion - let's hope that Wednesday gamble and keep a hold until his value reaches full potential rather than cashing in too early... of course that might depend on which division we are playing in.
DB2002
A real shining star,good luck to the lad.
dbblue
Congrats, He deserves it.
McQuaid-Owls
well done. will add some more to his ever increasing value
mick66owl
Congrats to him and well deserved. How long before he takes the next step up?
will it ever happen
what to another team like stoke
mick66owl
u sure its the under-21s not 19s??
smiggyswfc
He's been called up by the under 19's not the under 21's
CLIFFANDJ
Yep under 19's for definate. Lets hope if he does get a game that he comes out of it injury free!!
will it ever happen
 

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