Warren Feeney has been included in the Northern Ireland squad for the forthcoming internationals - the fourth Swansea player to receive international call ups which could place the Huddersfield fixture under some doubt.
Feeney joins Owain Tudur Jones, Joe Allen and Shaun MacDonald who all had Welsh call ups this week on International duty and will join up with his team mates following the Swans cup games in the next week although he is missing both games thanks to his red card against Gillingham last Friday..
Feeney missed last month's internationals due to suspension and could feature against both Denmark and Spain as the Northern Irish bring down the curtain on a campaign that started so well but has finished with a little whimper.
Northern Ireland squad: Maik Taylor (Birmingham City), Alan Mannus (Linfield), Michael McGovern (Celtic); Stephen Craigan (Motherwell), Tony Capaldi (Cardiff City), George McCartney (West Ham), Aaron Hughes (Fulham), Gareth McAuley (Leicester City), Sean Webb (Ross County), Chris Baird (Fulham); Steven Davis (Fulham), Sammy Clingan (Nottingham Forest), Chris Brunt (West Bromwich Albion), Stephen Robinson (Luton Town), Keith Gillespie (Sheffield Utd), Ivan Sproule (Bristol City); David Healy (Fulham), Gary Hamilton (Glentoran), Warren Feeney (Cardiff City), Kyle Lafferty (Burnley), Martin Paterson (Scunthorpe United).
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