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Who will be the Next England Goalkeeper?



With the next England squad for the March Internationals to be named next week, thoughts turn to who will be the goalkeeper at this summer’s world cup. With Joe Hart sitting on the bench at West Ham it means that potentially a new goalie will get a chance but it’s far from straight-forward who it will be.

Before examining the potential candidates it feels right to reflect on Joe Hart. He’s been the England number 1 for some time and getting 75 caps is no mean feat but it’s now time to move on. He wasn’t good at the 2016 Euros and his form since then has been awful. He needs to leave Man City permanently and find himself a new club where the manager backs him because he’s still young enough to find his best form again. He’s a goalie who at his peak was nearly the best in the Premier League and he needs to find the right club where perhaps he can regain that form. Maybe then he can get his number one England status back.

If it’s not Joe Hart then who will it be? This is where there is a real issue. Of the backup goalkeepers, Fraser Forster has been dropped from the Southampton team and Tom Heaton has missed most of this season for Burnley through injury. Assuming that Southgate doesn’t go back to the 34 year old Ben Foster then there’s three possible candidates to start as England goalkeeper this summer. Those three are Jordan Pickford, Jack Butland & the outsider Nick Pope.

Looking at them in order, first up is Jordan Pickford. He’s done ok this season for Everton but it’s clear he’s still young and developing. He has the potential in three or four years to become a top top goalkeeper but he’s still learning. He did really well for the England Under 21’s last summer in their Euros and when he got his one England game last autumn he played very well. The question mark with him is whether he’s yet ready to take the gloves at the World’s biggest football tournament having played just one game for his country. That’s a big ask.

Next we have Jack Butland. At least he’s been to a tournament. Six years ago he was the third goalkeeper for England’s Euro 2012 campaign. His career has been a bit stop start with injuries and this season has been difficult for him in a weak Stoke side fighting a relegation battle. He’s not much older than Pickford and is still a keeper of immense potential who isn’t quite there yet and really needs to just keep working and getting better. Again is he ready for the biggest tournament in World Football? It could be the making of him yet if he made a big mistake it could set him back years.

The final contender is the outsider Nick Pope. If you were choosing a goalie purely on form this season then he’d be the England number one. He has the advantage of playing in a Burnley team that knows how to defend but his rise since Tom Heaton got injured has been amazing. It’s unlikely that he’ll be the number one goalkeeper at the world cup but surely he’s done enough to be in the squad having had such a good season.

If I had to pick a goalkeeper my leaning now is towards Pickford. I would pick Pope in the next squad to have a look at him to see if he has any chance. What I would also do is move on from Joe Hart. The reason I mention this is because Gareth Southgate may not. He may even keep him as his number one for the World Cup. I really hope that isn’t the case but we don’t know enough yet about Southgate’s management. He was bold enough to drop Champions League players like Chris Smalling and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from his last squad. Will he be bold with his goalkeeper? We will see soon enough.




English Footballers Abroad



Here’s a list of English Footballers playing abroad. I’ve not included players from Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland as that’s still technically the UK. These are just the footballers I found and there will probably be more and some of these players could’ve also moved on. Please let me know of any changes or players I may’ve missed so I can update this list going forward.



English Players Abroad


Albania – Michael Ngoo(Tirana)

Argentina – David Olaoye(El Porvenir)

Australia – Jamie Young(Brisbane Roar), Wayne Brown(Newcastle Jets), Joseph Mills(Perth Glory)

Brazil – Ryan Williams(Paysandu)

Canada – Sergio Manesio(Ottawa Fury), Onua Obasi(Ottawa Fury)

Colombia – George Saunders(Envigado)

Cook Islands – Sean Latimer(Tupapa Maraerenga)

Cyrpus – Matt Derbyshire(Omonia Nicosia)

Finland – Hakeem Araba(PS Kemi), Billy Ions(SJK), Jordan Mustoe(SJK),

Germany – Danny Collinge(Stuttgart), Mandela Egbo(Borussia Monchengladbach), Kaylen Hinds(Wolfsburg), Jadon Sancho(Borussia Dortmund), Denzeil Boadu(Borussia Dortmund), Jordan Brown(Hannover 2)

Iceland – Jimmy Moist(IBV), Matt Garner(IBV), Sam Hewson(Grindavik), Callum Williams(KA), Archange Nkumu(KA), Priestley Griffiths(IBV)

India – Conor Thomas(ATK), Tom Thorpe(ATK), Ryan Taylor(ATK), Wes Brown(Kerala Blasters), Paul Rachubka(Kerala Blasters), John Johnson(Bengaluru)

Indonesia – Danny Guthrie(Mitra Kukar)

Ireland – Jake Kelly(Bray Wanderers), John Cofie(Derry City), Daniel Carr(Shamrock Rovers), Craig Roddan(Sligo Rovers), Adam Morgan(Sligo Rovers), Robbie Williams(Galway Utd)

Japan – Jay Bothroyd(Consadole Sapporo)

Italy – Ravel Morrison(Lazio)

Malaysia – Lee Tuck(Terengganu)

Malta – Kris Thackray(Gzira Utd)

Netherlands – Dan Crowley(Willem 2), James Horsfield(NAC Breda), Fisayo Adarabioyo(NAC Breda), Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill(Helmond Sport), Kyle De Silva(FC Eindhoven), Andy Driver(De Graafschap)

Norway – Gary Martin(Lillestrom), Aidan Hawtin(Valdres FK), Mark Doninger(Valdres FK), Ryan Nelson(Valdres FK), Ola Adeyemo(Valdres FK)

Poland – Tom Hateley(Plast Gliwice)

Portugal – Chris Willock(Benfica)

Russia – Jacob Gardiner-Smith(Zenit 2)

Singapore – Adam Mitter(Hougang United)

Spain – Charlie L’Anson(Murcia), Marcus McGuane(Barcelona), James Connor(Hercules), Harry Cooksley(Mallorca)

Sweden – Jamie Hopcutt(Ostersunds FK), Curtis Edwards(Ostersunds FK), Andrew Mills(Ostersunds FK), Lloyd Saxton(GIF Sundvall), Jernade Meade(AFC Eskilstuna), Andrew Fox(AFC Eskilstuna), Kevin Wright(Degerfors IF), Elliot Simmons(Dalkurd FF), Jack Serrant-Green(Bodens BK), Josh Bragg(Bodens BK)

United States – Oliver Shannon(Atlanta Utd), Mo Adams(Chicago Fire), Bradley Wright-Phillips(New York Red Bulls), Shaun Wright-Phillips(Phoenix Rising), Jack Elliott(Philadelphia Union), Jay Simpson(Philadelphia Union), Jack Price(Colorado Rapids), Charlie Ward(Houston Dynamo), Ashley Cole(LA Galaxy), Harrison Heath(Minnesota Utd), Jack Barmby(Portland Timbers), Liam Ridgewell(Portland Timbers), Luke Mulholland(Real Salt Lake), Jack Metcalf(Atlanta Utd 2), Tomi Ameobi(FC Cincinnati), Matt Watson(Indy Eleven), Cameron Lancaster(Louisville City), Paco Craig(Louisville City), Charlie Dennis(Nashville SC), Harri Hawkins(Penn FC), Joe Holland(Pittsburgh Riverhounds), Finnlay Wyatt(Richmond Kickers), Tamika Mkandawire(Tampa Bay Rowdies), Joe Cole(Tampa Bay Rowdies), Jemal Johnson(Fresno), Callum Ross(OKC Energy), Richard Chaplow(Orange County SC), Charlie Adams(Real Monarchs), Sam Gleadle(Reno 1868), Wilson Kneeshaw(Sacramento Republic), Jonathan Barden(Saint Louis), Lewis Hilton(Saint Louis), Alex Bruce(San Antonio), Tyler Blackwood(Swope Park Rangers)



England Under 19’s – March 2018



England Under 19’s – 2017/18


GK – Ellery Balcombe, Ryan Schofield, Jake Turner

Def – Trevoh Chalobah, Morgan Feeney, Reece James, Japhet Tanganga, Josh Tymon, Ed Francis, Dujon Sterling, Tom Edwards, Jaden Brown

Mid – Dennis Adeniran, Flynn Downes, Elliot Embleton, Mason Mount, Marcus Tavernier, Joe Willock, Marcus McGuane, Tariq Uwakwe, Tom Dele-Bashiru, Ryan Sessegnon, Phil Foden

For – Ben Brereton, Jonathan Leko, Reiss Nelson, George Hirst, Edward Nketiah, Jadon Sancho, Callum Hudson-Odoi



With the England Under 19’s next qualification games coming up before the end of March; these thirty players will make up the probable majority of the next squad to be picked. The England Under 19’s are the only age group side who haven’t qualified for this summer’s competition. The England Senior team has got to the World Cup whilst England are the hosts of the Under 17 Euros so they automatically qualify for that.

Of this group, I’ve left out Andre Dozzell who would’ve been in it if not injured. Ryan Sessegnon must have a chance of being in the Senior Squad or the Under 21’s whilst Phil Foden is another who could be moved up to higher age groups. Hopefully England won’t move too many up as they’ll want to focus on getting to these Under 19 Euros and then getting qualification for the Under 20 World Cup so England can defend it when it’s played again next year.


Here’s a sample team


  1. Ryan Schofield
  2. Dujon Sterling
  3. Josh Tymon
  4. Marcus McGuane
  5. Reece James
  6. Trevoh Chalobah
  7. Reiss Nelson
  8. Joe Willock
  9. Ben Brereton
  10. Mason Mount
  11. Jadon Sancho


It’s going to be interesting to see how a team like this performs but already the likes of Brereton, Chalobah, Sterling, Mount & James have won the Under 19 Euros so you’d hope this season that they’ve improved. Only time will tell on that score. This 1999 born group is very promising and if they can qualify for the Euros this month, they’ll go into that competition with a lot of confidence after England’s youth teams recent successes.




Free Agents – Mar 2018



Does your club still need any players before the season finishes. There’s still plenty of free agents out there. Here’s just a few for your delectation. Who could your club sign?



Free Agents


Gk – Ross Turnbull, Chris Kettings, Hugo Ventura, Matt Jones, Thomas Vincensini, Mika, Piet Velthuizen, Ivan Lucic, Diego Cavalieri

Def – Seb Bassong, Benoit Tremoulinas, Kelvin Wilson, Sam Westley, Stephen Kelly, Reece Wabara, Lewis Buxton, Bob Harris, Florian Marange, Essaid Belkalem, Ryan McGivern, Joleon Lescott, Addison Garnett, Jack Bainbridge, Anthony Brydges, Tom Plezier, Philipp Wolfscheid, Remie Streete, George Brady, Matthew Spiranovic

Mid – Kieran Richardson, Dale Jennings, Kris Commons, Carlos De Pena, Aidy White, Aaron Kuhl, Lee Williamson, Chris Dawson, Modou Sougou, Mark Davies, Jerome Thomas, Nigel Reo-Coker, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Diego Capel, Lewis McGugan, Carl Baker, Yohan Mollo, Axel Prohouly, Josue Pesquiera, Denilson, Jeremy Toulalan, Anderson, Jamel Saihi

For – Dexter Blackstock, Ishmael Miller, Rai Simons, Ruud Boymans, Carlton Cole, Mirko Vucinic, Danny Rowe, Milan Lalkovic, Bobby Duncan, Diego de Girolamo, Marouane Chamakh, Victor Anichebe, Nile Ranger, Deon Moore, Danijel Subotic




England’s World Cup Squad 2018



England World Cup Possibles – 36 Players



Gk – Joe Hart, Jack Butland, Jordan Pickford, Tom Heaton, Nick Pope

Def – Kyle Walker, Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, Ryan Betrand, Aaron Cresswell, Gary Cahill, John Stones, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Harry Maguire, Joe Gomez, Luke Shaw

Mid – Jordan Henderson, Eric Dier, Jake Livermore, Harry Winks, Dele Alli, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Fabien Delph, Adam Lallana, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Jack Wilshere, Ashley Young, Danny Drinkwater, Jonjo Shelvey

For – Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy, Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford, Danny Welbeck, Jesse Lingard



With three months left till Gareth Southgate names his World Cup Squad, from my reckoning he’s probably picking it from the 36 players above. It’s nearly March so it’s very late now for anyone new to emerge onto the scene. That could happen but it’s unlikely.

Of course we’ll know more when he names his March squad. The last group Southgate picked had an experimental air about it whereas we’ll know soon what his intentions are about who is going to the World Cup. One of the big questions is whether he’s goes with a back three. I wouldn’t go that way as simply because England don’t have the greatest group of centre-backs yet he played that way in the last two games. Was that more than just an experiment? At this point only Southgate knows.

If it was me I’d play a 4-2-3-1. England need to find a way of playing where they can dominate any weaker teams but sit & defend well against better sides as naturally then they can play on the counter attack. Tournament football is all about defending well & not conceding goals. If England can get the right defensive structure then if they do get into the knockouts they’ve given themselves half a chance.

It’s a strange thing as England go into the World Cup under no pressure with very little expectation. It would do the nation a lot of good to do well in the tournament but right now that seems a long way off. Hopefully Southgate can get the most possible out of this group of footballers rather than the awful tournament England had in 2014. That would be at least be a great positive going forward.



50 1999 born English Footballers



50 1999 born English Footballers



Gk – Ellery Balcombe, Ryan Schofield, Jake Turner

Def – Trevoh Chalobah, Morgan Feeney, Reece James, Japhet Tanganga, Josh Tymon, Dujon Sterling, Jaden Brown, Ed Francis, Tom Edwards, Adam Lewis, Jonathan Dinzeyi, George Tanner, Tolaji Bola, Vashon Neufville, Jordan Williams, Simranjit Thandi, Joseph Olowu

Mid – Dennis Adeniran, Flynn Downes, Elliot Embleton, Mason Mount, Marcus Tavernier, Joe Willock, Keanen Bennetts, Sadou Diallo, Andre Dozzell, Marcus McGuane, Tristan Nydam, Tariq Uwakwe, Daniel Kemp, Callum Slattery, Luke Bolton, Tom Dele-Bashiru, Thomas Sang, Luke Thomas, Dylan Duncan

For – Ben Brereton, Reiss Nelson, George Hirst, Edward Nketiah, Jonathan Leko, Martell Taylor-Crossdale, Josh Bohui, Samuel Shashoua, Tyrese Campbell, Niall Ennis, Cameron Cresswell



The 1999 born English players are a group that are developing slowly and steadily. There’s some great talent within in this bunch. Some of them were part of the England Under 19’s team that won the Euros last summer and this age group has its full crack at the Under 19 Euros this summer. That competition is important as it’s also the qualification for the Under 20 World cup so England will be gunning to do well.

This year group has a bit of everything. Full backs galore in Tymon, Sterling etc. Proper Centre Backs in the likes of Feeney & Chalobah. Skillful midfielders like Dozzell & Willock. You’ve got a player like McGuane who’s gone to Barcelona as they feel he has potential. Then there’s the dazzling wide players like Leko & Nelson whilst in Nketiah & Hirst you have goalscoring strikers. The jewel in the crown of this age group is Mason Mount who could have a very special future indeed. Here’s a sample team.


  1. Jake Turner
  2. Dujon Sterling
  3. Josh Tymon
  4. Joe Willock
  5. Reece James
  6. Trevoh Chalobah
  7. Reiss Nelson
  8. Andre Dozzell
  9. Eddie Nketiah
  10. Mason Mount
  11. Ben Brereton


It’s going to be interesting to see how this age group develops. The raw potential looks very promising indeed. As always these young footballers need chances to push on and grow, hopefully they’ll get them but it’s good to know the future does look bright at least in terms of potential.



Feb 2018 – League Two Players Out of Contract – Summer 2018



Here’s a list of League Two players who go out of contract this summer. The first of these lists I published back in November so this list has whittled down a little after the January transfer window. There’s plenty of good players who are now available to sign pre-contract agreements or will they be released in the summer? As always it’s going to be interesting to see what happens.



League Two Contract Expiry Summer 2018


Accrington Stanley – Mark Hughes, Scott Brown, Ben Richards-Everton, Liam Nolan, Aaron Chapman, Mekhi McLeod, Erico Sousa, Reegan Ogle, Ross Sykes, Nathan Wolland, Toby Savin, Josh Hmami, Joel Mills, Tom Reilly, Niall Watson, Akeel Francis, Danny Williams

Barnet – Curtis Weston, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, Alex Nicholls, Michael Nelson, Charlie Clough, Ryan Watson, Elliot Johnson, Jamie Stephens, Ruben Bover, Richard Brindley, Craig Ross, Ricardo Santos, Shaq Coulthurst, Shane Cojocarel, Simeon Akinola, Kai McKenzie-Lyle, David Tutonda, Wesley Fonguck, Justin Amaluzor, Fumnaya Shomotun, Harry Taylor, Jack Taylor, Ephron Mason-Clarke, Joe Payne, Tobi Coker, Renell McKenzie-Lyle, Louis Annesley, Dwight Pascal, Rio Connell, Benjy Aghadiuno, Dan Sweeney, Darnell Smith

Cambridge United – David Forde, Jabo Ibehre, David Amoo, Medy Elito, Greg Taylor, Leon Legge, Piero Mingoia, Harrison Dunk, Uche Ikpeazu, Brad Halliday, Finley Iron, Jordan Norville-Williams, Sam Squire, Ben Worman, Barry Corr

Carlisle United – Clint Hill, Luke Joyce, Danny Grainger, Shaun Miller, Mike Jones, Reggie Lambe, Nicky Adams, Gary Liddle, Jamie Devitt, Tom Miller, John O’Sullivan, Samir Nabi, Cameron Salkeld, Jordan Holt, Jack Egan, Morgan Bacon, Mark Ellis, Jamal Campbell-Ryce

Cheltenham Town – Scott Flinders, Aaron Downes, Danny Wright, Jamie Grimes, Carl Winchester, Jordan Cranston, Janaai Gordon, Jerell Sellars, William Boyle, Rhys Lovett, Josh Thomas, Adam Page, Lewis Clayton, Lee Llewelyn, Sanmi Odelusi

Chesterfield – Robbie Weir, Ian Evatt, Sam Hird, Matthew Briggs, Kristian Dennis, Jerome Binnon-Williams, Bradley Barry, Laurence Maguire, Delial Brewster, Dylan Parkin, Ricky German, Joe Rowley, Jack Brownell, Ify Ofoegbu, Drew Talbot, Giles Coke

Colchester United – Cole Kpekawa, Doug Loft, Luke Prosser, Rene Gilmartin, Sam Walker, Craig Slater, Sean Murray, Kurtis Guthrie, Brennan Dickenson, Drey Wright, Tommy O’Sullivan, Tom Lapslie, Kane Vincent-Young, Denny Johnstone, Dominic Kurasik, Sam Warde, Diaz Wright, Courtney Senior, Charley Edge, Eli Phipps, Eoin McKeown, Josh Pollard, Decarrey Sheriff, Tarryn Allarakhia, Callum Sturgess

Coventry City – Michael Doyle, Dion Kelly-Evans, Devon Kelly-Evans, Corey Addai, Reece Ford, Jak Hickman, Tom Bayliss, Jordon Thompson, Kyle Finn, Bilal Sayoud, Kyel Reid, Chris Camwell

Crawley Town – Mark Randall, Lewis Young, Dannie Bulman, Billy Clifford, Kaby, Josh Doherty, Yusuf Mersin, Enzio Boldewijn, Aryan Tajbakhsh, Jordan Roberts, Josh Lelan, Nathan Okoye

Crewe Alexandra – Eddie Nolan, Zoumana Bakayogo, Chris Dagnall, George Ray, Dave Richards, Jamie Jones, Ross Woodcock, Perry Ng, Will Jaaskelainen, Callum Ainley, Charlie Kirk, Oliver Finney, Harry Pickering, Daniel Udoh, Owen Dale, Josh Lundstram, Lewis Reilly, Billy Sass-Davies

Exeter City – Lee Holmes, Craig Woodman, Robbie Simpson, Troy Brown, Troy Archibald-Henville, Lloyd James, Ryan Harley, Jake Taylor, Liam McAlinden, Pierce Sweeney, Ryan Brunt, Jordan Moore-Taylor, Hiram Boateng, Luke Croll, Jordan Tillson, Christy Pym, Matt Jay, James Hamon, Alex Byrne, Max Smallcombe, Jordan Storey, Archie Collins, Lewis Williams, Jack Sparkes, Ben Seymour, Kyle Egan, Alex Hartridge, Harry Kite, Josh Key

Forest Green Rovers – Sam Russell, Mark Roberts, Isaiah Osbourne, Dale Bennett, Keanu Marsh-Brown, Drissa Traore, Reece Brown, Emmanuel Monthe, Shamir Mullings, Jon Moran, Dan Wishart, Harry Pickering, Omar Bugiel, Jordan Morris, Tom Anderson, Callum Evans, Fabien Robert, Olly Mehew, Alex Whittle

Grimsby Town – Luke Summerhill, Sean McAllister, Scott Vernon, Karleigh Osborne, Nathan Clarke, James Berrett, James McKeown, Ben Davies, Martyn Woolford, Reece Hall-Johnson, Ben Killip, Zak Mills, Harry Clifton, Siriki Dembele, Jack Keeble, Tom Sawyer, Ahkeem Rose, Max Wright, Chris Clements

Lincoln City – Neal Eardley, Nathan Arnold, Matt Green, Jamie McCombe, Luke Waterfall, Samuel Habergham, Billy Knott, Alex Woodward, Elliot Whitehouse, Sean Long, Richard Walton, Michael Antkowiak

Luton Town – Alan McCormack, Scott Cuthbert, Alan Sheehan, Jordan Cook, Johnny Mullins, Olly Lee, James Shea, Lawson D’Ath, Dan Potts, Harry Isted, Glen Rea, Akin Famewo, Kavan Cotter, Aaron Jarvis

Mansfield Town – Bobby Olejnik, Zander Diamond, Conrad Logan, Paul Anderson, David Mirfin, Jacob Mellis, Will Atkinson, Krystian Pearce, Alfie Potter, Alex MacDonald, Joel Byrom, Rhys Bennett, Jimmy Spencer, Paul Digby, Johnny Hunt, Malvind Benning, Lee Angol, Hayden White, Jack Thomas, Omari Sterling-James, C.J.Hamilton, George Taft, Lewis Collins, Tom Marriott, Jason Law

Morecambe – Barry Roche, Kevin Ellison, Steve Old, Michael Rose, Garry Thompson, Andy Fleming, Dean Winnard, Vadaine Oliver, Daniel Nizic, Alex Kenyon, Luke Conlan, Aaron McGowan, Patrick Brough, Sam Lavelle, Rhys Turner, Ben Hedley, Niall Maher, Steven Yawson, Luke Jordan, Reece Dakin, Tyler Brownsword, Kyle Hawley

Newport County – David Pipe, Paul Hayes, Ben Tozer, Robbie Willmott, James Bittner, Joe Day, Mark O’Brien, Frank Nouble, Marlon Jackson, Joss Labadie, Scot Bennett, Dan Butler, Calaum Jahraldo-Martin, Jay Foulston, Jamie Turley, Lewis Collins, Momodou Touray, Thomas Hillman, Owen Taylor, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb

Notts County – Shola Ameobi, Adam Collin, Alan Smith, Richard Duffy, Jon Stead, Nicky Hunt, Carl Dickinson, Dan Jones, Michael O’Connor, Jonathan Forte, Rob Milsom, Mike Edwards, Matt Tootle, Branislav Pindroch, Curtis Thompson, Ross Fitzsimons, Callum Saunders, Elliot Hodge, Pierce Bird, Joe Searson, Peter Dearle, Jordon Richards, Alex Howes, Samuel Osborne, Dominic Brown-Hill, Liam Walker

Port Vale – Danny Pugh, Michael Tonge, Rob Lainton, Kjell Knops, Anton Forrester, Chris Regis, Ryan Boot, Graham Kelly, Sam Hornby, Billy Reeves, Dan Turner, Luke Dennis, Mike Calveley, Charlie Walford, Joe Slinn, Adam Yates, Harry Middleton

Stevenage – Chris Day, Chris Whelpdale, Joe Martin, Ronnie Henry, Fraser Franks, Jonathan Smith, Luke Wilkinson, Matt Godden, Jack King, Tom Conlon, Mark McKee, Luke Wade-Slater, Jamie Gray, Terence Vancooten, James Ferry, Ben Wilmot, Andronicos Georgiou, Ryan Johnson, Dipo Akinyemi

Swindon Town – Matt Taylor, Chris Robertson, Amine Lingazi, Donal McDermott, Ben Purkiss, Matt Preston, Kyle Knoyle, Jordan Young, Tom Ouldridge, Ellis Iandolo, Will Henry, Scott Twine, Stuart Moore, Tom Smith

Wycombe Wanderers – Yves Ma-Kalambay, Matt Bloomfield, Nathan Tyson, Marcus Bean, Scott Brown, Adebayo Akinfenwa, Adam El-Abd, Joe Jacobson, Craig Mackail-Smith, Sam Saunders, Sido Jombati, Will De Havilland, Max Muller

Yeovil Town – Ryan Dickson, Artur Krysiak, Nathan Smith, Omar Sowumni, Joe Tomlinson, Paulius Golubickas, Oscar Gobern