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Collison handed Wales call-up

Chris Coleman has added West Ham's Jack Collison to his squad for their game with Finland on Saturday.

Last Updated: 16/11/13 at 15:44 Post Comment

Jack Collison (right): Back in Wales fold

Jack Collison (right): Back in Wales fold

Collison had not been included in the original party, but he will now be in contention to feature at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Collison comes into the squad after Brighton's Andrew Crofts, who has a groin problem, and David Vaughan, on loan at Nottingham Forest from Sunderland, pulled out.

The 25-year-old midfielder, who has 16 caps to his name, last played for his country in the World Cup qualifier against Macedonia in September.

Coleman lost Boaz Myhill earlier on Tuesday after the West Brom goalkeeper pulled out due to an Achilles problem and ligament damage to his left thumb.

Myhill said: "Personally I am going to need treatment on a couple of injuries I've picked up in recent weeks and need to get over.

"I've not trained for a while and I'm glad for the rest because it means I can do some work in the gym with the physios so the break has come at a good time for me."

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