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Liechtenstein give call to Beck

VADUZ, Liechtenstein, April 29 (Reuters) - Liechtenstein coach Ralf Loose has called up striker Roger Beck for the first time as part of his 18-man squad to face Saudi Arabia in an international friendly on Wednesday.

Loose has made just one change from the squad that lost to England in last month's Euro 2004 Group Seven qualifier.

Defender Christof Ritter has retired from international football and has been replaced by USV Eschen Mauren forward Beck, the brother of FC Vaduz's Thomas Beck, who is also in the squad.

Goalkeepers: Martin Heeb (USV Eschen-Mauren), Peter Jehle (Grasshoppers Zurich).

Defenders: Frederic Gigon (FC Baulmes), Daniel Hasler (FC Wil 1900), Jurgen Ospelt (Chur 97), Michael Stocklasa (FC Vaduz), Harry Zech (USV Eschen-Mauren).

Midfielders: Ronny Buchel (FC Vaduz), Matthias Beck (USV Eschen-Mauren), Franz Burgmeier (FC Vaduz), Andreas Gerster (FC Vaduz), Thomas Nigg (USV Eschen-Mauren), Martin Telser (FC Vaduz), Martin Stocklasa (FC Vaduz).

Strikers: Thomas Beck (FC Vaduz), Mario Frick (Ternana Calcio), Fabio D'Elia (Chur 97), Roger Beck (USV Eschen-Mauren)