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Social snapshot | The international break!

See what the players have been posting during the gap in games...

13 September 2018

There may not have been Championship football over the weekend, but the Royals have shown what they're getting up to on social media!

Alongside hard work at Hogwood for the bulk of the squad, several Royals have been away with their countries on international duty.

Take a look below and see what the players have been doing over the international break!

Jón Daði Böðvarsson started two matches for Iceland while he was away, but his mascot conquered her nerves while the teams walked out!

The striker said: "10,000 people can be overwhelming. But this beautiful girl stood out like a hero 👏🏻"

Leandro Bacuna was away with his Curacao team-mates over September, with the midfielder scoring a brace in a 10-0 demolition of Grenada over the break.

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Believe in the man above, 🙌🏾 dios ta grandi #ingodwetrust

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Jordan Obita has been over at a specialist facility in Philadelphia as he steps up his recovery from an injury which has kept him out since last September. He showed off his progress on Instagram!

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Perfecting the move that gave me my injury 👏🏾🔥

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Oh, and he also met World Cup winner Kleberson on his travels!

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Great session this morning .. but does anyone remember this World Cup winner 🔥

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Andy Yiadom was on international duty with Ghana over the international break, starting a match against Kenya - sharing the squad photo on Instagram!

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Always an honour 🇬🇭 #Blackstars

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David Meyler earned another cap for the Republic of Ireland during the gap in league fixtures, offering fans a unique chance to win his shirt by tweeting out this competition!

Garath McCleary also showed progress from his long-term injury by being involved for our U23s in a friendly match this week, posting his excitement to finally be back on the pitch...

From our Academy, Danny Loader made headlines for England U19s in a win against the Netherlands...

Meanwhile, Tom McIntyre showed his delight at making his debut for Scotland at U21 level!

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