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England Women: Former US Under-23 player Chioma Ubogagu named in squad
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England Women: Former US Under-23 player Chioma Ubogagu named in squad


Former United States Under-23 forward Chioma Ubogagu has been selected for England Women’s squad for next week’s friendlies against Austria and Sweden.

The 26-year-old, who was born in London but moved to Texas as a child, made her professional debut for Arsenal in 2015 and now plays for Brisbane Roar, where she is on loan from Orlando Pride.

Manchester City forward Georgia Stanway and keeper Ellie Roebuck also make the squad for the first time, while team-mate and captain Steph Houghton is set to win her 100th international cap.

England visit Austria on Thursday, 8 November, before hosting Sweden on 11 November at Rotherham’s New York Stadium.

The full England Women squad for the two friendlies



Source BBC News

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