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15 Performance School pupils named for U17 qualifiers

Monday, 09 October 2017


Brian McLaughlin has named 15 Performance School pupils as the Scotland Under-17s aim to qualify for their fifth consecutive European finals in a row.

The European Championship qualifying round will take place in Estonia where they will play the hosts as well as Andorra and Denmark.

If Scotland progress from the qualifiers they will then play an elite round and if they grind out the wins required, a place at the European finals will beckon.

Included in the squad is Ethan Erahon who started for St. Mirren in their IRN-BRU Cup defeat to Raith Rovers at the weekend.

Harry Cochrane is also included fresh from making history by becoming the first Performance School pupil to start a match in the Premiership last Saturday when he played for Hearts against Dundee.

Billy Gilmour is also set to feature having made an impressive start to life at Chelsea, scoring three goals in three games for the Under-18 side.

Fixtures

Scotland v Andorra, Sunday 22 October, kick-off 1pm, Kadriorg, Tallin
Scotland v Estonia, Wednesday 25 October, kick-off 1pm, A. Le Coq Arena, Tallin
Scotland v Denmark, Saturday 28 October, kick-off 1pm, Kadriorg, Tallin

Scotland squad

Goalkeepers

Ryan Mullen (Celtic)
Archie Mair (Aberdeen) PS
 
Defenders

Taylor Wilson (Hamilton) PS
Nathan Patterson (Rangers) PS
Chris Hamilton (Hearts) PS
Kane O’Connor (Hibernian)
Jack Armer (Preston North End)

Midfielders

Dean Campbell (Aberdeen) PS
Ethan Erhahon (St Mirren) PS
Billy Gilmour (Chelsea) PS
Terry Taylor (Wolverhampton Wanderers) PS
Ethan Ross (Aberdeen) PS
Harry Cochrane (Hearts) PS

Forwards

Jamie Semple (Motherwell) PS
Adedapo Mebude (Rangers) PS
Connor McBride (Falkirk) PS
Joshua McPake (Rangers) PS
Aaron Pressley (Aston Villa)
Aidan Fitzpatrick (Partick Thistle)
Marc Leonard (Hearts) PS

 

PS - denotes Performance School player
 


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