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England Under 19’s – March 2018

March 5, 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.

 

 

 

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