International Wolves

International Wolves

A number of Wolves players have joined up with their national teams this week as they represent their countries over the international break.


Jon Dadi Bodvarsson has been called up to the Iceland national team as they begin their World Cup Qualifying campaign against Ukraine in Kiev on Monday, 5th September (4.45pm).


Carl Ikeme has travelled to Uyo, Nigeria for the Super Eagles' Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania. The game takes place at the Akwa Ibom Stadium on Saturday, 3rd September (5pm).


Dave Edwards received a call up to the Wales senior team for their World Cup Qualifying fixture against Moldova on Monday night but the midfielder was forced to return home early through injury. 


Likewise, Lee Evans was set to meet up with the Wales Under 21 squad for their EUFA EURO 2017 qualifiers against Denmark and Luxembourg. Unfortunately, due to the injury the midfielder picked up against Birmingham City, he was unable to travel.


Dominic Iorfa and Kortney Hause make a return to the England Under 21 squad for their UEFA European U21 Championship qualifier against Norway in Colchester on Tuesday, 6th September (5.45pm).


Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and the England Under 20s side begin preparations for the 2017 FIFA Under 20 World Cup with a game against Brazil on Sunday, 4th August (2.30pm) at Aggborough Stadium, Kidderminster.


Sylvain Deslandes joined up with the France Under 20 side at Clairefontaine earlier this week to face Japan in two friendlies. The young French team fell to a 3-0 defeat on Wednesday evening in the first fixture, with the second game taking place on Saturday, 3rd September (2pm).  


Both Connor Ronan and Connor Levingston have been called up to the Republic of Ireland Under 19 squad for two friendlies against Austria on Sunday, 4th September (7pm) and Tuesday, 6th September (6pm). The games will both take place at Tallaght Stadium, Dublin. 


Under 23s defender, Ryan Leak, joins up with the Wales Under 19 squad as they prepare to face Iceland in two friendlies on Sunday, 4th September (3pm) and Tuesday, 6th September (3pm). Both games will take place at Dragon Park in Newport.


Niall Ennis started for England Under 18s as they defeated Italy 2-1 at Fleetwood Town's, Highbury Stadium on Thursday night. The Young Lions' next game is against Israel on Monday, 5th September (7pm) at the Globe Arena in Morecambe.


Everyone at Wolves would like to wish all players the best of luck as they compete for their country over the international break.