Date: 21st March 2011 at 3:50pm
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Leeds United winger Max Gradel has received his second international call up for the Ivory Coast for their game against Benin.

Gradel earned his first call up for a friendly in Poland last November, but was unused and he will now be hoping to make his first appearance after impressing for Leeds this season.

The 23 year old has scored fourteen times for Leeds this season and helped the club remain inside the Play off places since November.

Also earning an international call up is on loan defender Eric Lichaj who is called up for America`s games with Argentina and Paraguay next week.

Manager Simon Grayson will be without seven players in training until next week with David Somma, Robert Snodgrass, Barry Bannan, Neil Kilkenny and Ramon Nunez also on international duty.

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