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Gorre names under-16 squad for Russian tournament

Tuesday, 15 May 2012


International Youth Football Tournament
Besov Cup
Scotland v FC Lokomotiv
Wednesday, 6th June, kick off 3pm (local time)
FC Zenit Academy, St Petersburg
 

FC Krasnodar v Scotland
Thursday, 7th June, kick off 3pm (local time)
FC Zenit Academy, St Petersburg
 

FC Zenit v Scotland
Saturday, 9th June, kick off 3pm (local time)

FC Zenit Academy, St Petersburg
 

Dean Gorre has named his under-16 squad to take part in an international youth football tournament in Russia next month.
 

The squad will play three matches between the 6th and 9th of June at the FC Zenit Academy in St Petersburg.
 

Scotland under-16 squad:

 

Ryan Fulton (Liverpool)  
Liam Kelly (Rangers)   
Mark Barrowman (Celtic)   
Jordan McGhee  (Heart of Midlothian) 
Scott McMann (Hamilton Academical) 
Morgyn Neill (Motherwell)  
Ryan Sinnamon (Rangers) 
Calum Waters (Celtic)             
George Byers ( Watford)             
Luke Donnelly (Celtic)             
Liam Henderson (Celtic)   
Connor McManus (Celtic) 
Tom Walsh (Rangers)  
Kieran Doran (St Mirren)

Scott Ferries (Aberdeen)  
Paul McMullan (Celtic)  
Robbie Muirhead (Kilmarnock)  
Daniel Stoney (Rangers) 

 


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