Kisnorbo called up by Australia

04 November 2009 03:34
Leeds United's League One match at Swindon Town on Saturday, 14 November has been postponed due to international call-ups.Three United players have so far been selected for their countries and under FA rules Leeds have asked for the contest to be re-arranged. [LNB]Defenders Rui Marques and Patrick Kisnorbo will represent Angola and Australia respectively. [LNB]Keeper Alan Martin has been selected for the Scotland Under-21 squad. [LNB]Further Leeds players could also be away that week as centre-back Lubomir Michalik is on standby for Slovakia. [LNB]Midifielder Robert Snodgrass hopes to win a call-up for Scotland, whose squad is announced on Thursday, for their clash with Wales, while Wolves loanee striker Sam Vokes could play for the Welsh in that match. [LNB]Leeds manager Simon Grayson told the club's website: "League regulations stipulate that a game can be called off if you have three players called up for international duty. [LNB]"As it stands we have three called-up and one on stand-by, but there are still some more squads to be announced and it may be that we lose other players or have players placed on stand-by. [LNB]"We wanted to make a decision at the earliest opportunity to inform people."

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