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Scotland Under-19 elite round training squad announced

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Scotland Under-19 coach Ricky Sbragia has announced a 27-man training squad ahead of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship elite round.

The squad will gather for a three-day training camp on 5th May before Sbragia names his final 18-man squad for the elite round, which takes place at the end of May.

Scotland will face Belgium, the group hosts, England and Georgia, with the group winner progressing to this summer's finals in Lithuania in July.

Sbragia’s side reached the elite round after taking maximum points from their qualifying group last year, defeating Armenia, Romania and Switzerland.

Scotland Under-19 training squad:


Philip Anderson (Dundee United)
Jack Hamilton (Heart of Midlothian)
Jonathan Henly (Reading)


Joseph Chalmers (Celtic)
Alexander Davey (Chelsea)
Stuart Findlay (Celtic)
Jack Grimmer (Fulham)
Stephen Hendrie (Hamilton Academical)
Stephen Kingsley (Falkirk)
Donald Love (Manchester United)
Mark O’Hara (Kilmarnock)
John Souttar (Dundee United)


Jay Fulton (Falkirk)
John Herron (Celtic)
Lewis Kidd (Celtic)
Jamie Lindsay (Celtic)
John McGinn (St Mirren)
Craig Slater (Kilmarnock)


Mark Beck (Carlisle United)
Islam Feruz (Chelsea)
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth)
Ryan Gauld (Dundee United)
Christopher Johnston (Kilmarnock)
Denny Johnstone (Celtic)
Matthew Kennedy (Everton)
Billy King (Heart of Midlothian)
Declan McManus (Aberdeen)

UEFA European Under-19 elite round match schedule:

Friday, 24th May 2013

Scotland v Belgium (Geel Meerhout, kick-off 6pm)
England v Georgia (Bornem, kick-off 6pm)

Sunday, 26th May 2013

Scotland v Georgia (Oosterzonen, kick-off 3pm)
Belgium v England (Geel Meerhout, kick-off 7pm)

Wednesday, 29th May 2013

England v Scotland (Oosterzonen, kick-off 6pm)
Georgia v Belgium (Bornem, kick-off 6pm)

All kick-off times are local time.

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