Three new faces in U21 squad
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The latest England Under-21 squad has been named by manager Peter Taylor.
The England Under-21 squad has been named ahead of the European Championship qualifiers with Germany and Azerbaijan.
Luke Moore has been elevated to this level for the first time after impressing for Aston Villa and there are two other new faces in the party.
Coventry City keeper Luke Steele, on loan from Manchester United, is one of three goalkeepers and Liam Rosenior, son of former West Ham United striker and current Torquay United boss Leroy, has also been included.
The clash with Azerbaijan is at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium on March 29, after the game against Germany at Hull's Kingston Communications Stadium on March 25.
England Under-21 squad:
Lee Camp (Derby County), Scott Carson (Liverpool), Luke Steele (Coventry City); Leighton Baines (Wigan Athletic), Callum Davenport (Southampton), Nicky Hunt (Bolton Wanderers), Glen Johnson (Chelsea), Liam Ridgewell (Aston Villa), Liam Rosenior (Fulham), Steven Taylor (Newcastle United); Peter Whittingham (Aston Villa), Darren Ambrose (Newcastle United), Tom Huddlestone (Derby County), Dean Marney (Tottenham Hotspur), James Milner (Newcastle United), Gary O'Neil (Portsmouth), Kieron Richardson (West Bromwich Albion), Wayne Routledge (Crystal Palace), Jon Welsh (Liverpool); Dean Ashton (Norwich City), Darren Bent (Ipswich Town), Luke Moore (Aston Villa), Jon Stead (Blackburn Rovers).