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John Peacock Names Algarve Tournament Squad

John Peacock has been very successful as Under 17s manager.

John Peacock has been very successful as Under 17s manager.

John Peacock has named his 20-man squad to travel to the Algarve for the annual Under-17s tournament.

Next month the side will face Portugal, Netherlands and Germany as they warm up for March’s European Championship Elite Stage qualifiers.

Most of the squad are very experienced at this level, having played for the age-group or younger in the past eighteen months.

Portugal have been drawn in England’s group for the Elite Stage in March, so the fixture will act as a dress rehearsal.

Full squad (from thefa.com)

Goalkeepers: Dan Atkinson (Leeds United), Angus Gunn (Manchester City).

Defenders: Josh Aina (Chelsea), Ricardo Calder (Aston Villa), Joseph Gomez (Charlton Athletic), Callum Jones (West Bromwich Albion), Ben O’Hanlon (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Connor Ogilvie (Tottenham Hotspur).

Midfielders: Bamidele Ali (MK Dons), Reise Alassani (Crystal Palace), Kean Bryan (Manchester City), Charlie Colkett (Chelsea), Dan Crowley (Aston Villa), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea), Bryn Morris (Middlesbrough).

Forwards: Mason Bennett (Derby County), Alex Gilliard (Newcastle United), George Green (Everton), Alex Iwobi (Arsenal), Ryan Seagar (Southampton).


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