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Several Changes to B Squad

Tuesday, 05 May 2009


Tennent’s B International Challenge Match
Scotland v Northern Ireland
Wednesday 6 May 2009, Kick-off 7.30pm
Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld

 

National Coach George Burley has made several changes to his B Squad for the match against Northern Ireland. Six players go out, with five being called in.

 

It is expected that Motherwell striker David Clarkson will captain the team.

 

Out go:

 

Darren Barr

Craig Bryson

Mark Wilson

Graham Dorrans

Ross Wallace

Paul Gallagher

 

And coming in are:

 

Leigh Griffiths

Ian Black

Jack Ross

Chris Burke

Andy Webster

 

The full squad:


Goalkeepers
David Marshall (Norwich City)
Iain Turner (Everton on loan to Nottingham Forest)

 

 

Defenders
Scott Cuthbert (Celtic on loan to St Mirren)
Brian Easton (Hamilton Academical)
Steven Hammell (Motherwell)
Mark Reynolds (Motherwell)
Jack Ross (St Mirren)

Andy Webster (Rangers)

 

Midfielders
Scott Arfield (Falkirk)
Barry Bannan (Aston Villa on loan to Derby County)

Ian Black (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)

Chris Burke (Cardiff City)
Stephen Hughes (Motherwell)
 
Forwards

George Boyd (Peterborough United)
David Clarkson (Motherwell)

Leigh Griffiths (Livingston)
Steven Naismith (Rangers)
 

 


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