Spanish national squad

Luis Aragonés has decided to stick with his World Cup block of players for Spain's friendly with Iceland next Tuesday. The coach has called up a squad of 22 for the match, the only changes from the group he took to Germany being the inclusion of Celta's uncapped midfielder Oubiña and the omission of Cañizares and Marcos Senna. (11.08.06)

The full squad is as follows:

Goalkeepers: Reina (Liverpool), Casillas (Real Madrid);
Defenders: Antonio López, Pablo and Pernía (Atlético Madrid), Puyol (Barcelona), Juanito (Betis), Michel Salgado and Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Marchena (Valencia);
Midfielders: Cesc (Arsenal), Iniesta and Xavi (Barcelona), Joaquín (Betis), Oubiña (Celta), Luis García and Xabi Alonso (Liverpool), Albelda (Valencia);
Forwards: Reyes (Arsenal), Fernando Torres (Atlético Madrid), Raúl (Real Madrid), David Villa (Valencia).

Meanwhile 23 players have been called up for training next week by under 21 manager Iñaki Saez. The youngsters will be playing European qualifiers against Albania and Slovakia in the first week of September. Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Cuéllar (Atlético Madrid), Rubén (Barcelona);
Defenders: Valera (Atlético Madrid), Melli (Betis), Jesús Gámez (Málaga), Miguel Flaño (Osasuna), Robusté (Poli Ejido), Garrido (Real Sociedad), Raúl Albiol (Valencia), José Enrique (Villarreal), Piqué (Zaragoza);
Midfielders: De la Red, Juanfran, Jurado (Real Madrid), Raúl García (Osasuna), Antonio Puerta (Sevilla), Javi Fuego (Sporting Gijón), David Silva, Gavilán, Pallardó (Valencia), Zapater (Zaragoza);
Forwards: Llorente (Athletic Bilbao), Soldado (Osasuna), Kepa (Sevilla).

PS Due to mix up, Miguel Flaño was called up rather than his twin brother Javier. Both eventually were invited.