England U21 vs Kosovo U21
U-21 Championship Group 1
7:45pm Monday 9th September
Morgan Gibbs-White has hailed England’s »pathway » for gamers ahead of the U21s’ Euro 2021 qualifier with Kosovo on Monday.
Table-topping Kosovo see the KCOM Stadium on Monday night (kick-off 7.45pm), with beaten Andorra and Turkey in their opening two qualifying games.
The single game of england was a comeback win on Friday in Turkey, their first match since their ignominious exit from the Euro 2019 set phases, in which they failed to win a game.
Only six players out of that championship – due to other people getting too old for choice or not being chosen – have retained their place at Aidy Boothroyd’s squad for this double-header, together with Wolves midfielder Gibbs-White one of them on the back of 3 starts for his team in the Premier League and Europa League already this year.
The 19-year-old believes things are improving after years of criticism and isn’t alone in his exposure to Premier League soccer.
« That’s the pathway that England needs, watching more young players including their progressing and clubs, » he said.
« I think the intensity and sharpness of the instruction will be high as a consequence of that and the quality will probably be there. We’ll grow together out of here, but that’s the essence of the team although it is a group in comparison to last season’s.
« We all know each other and we all get on well, so we simply must make sure that happens on the pitch also. »
Boothroyd has no new injury problems to contend with, with called up the Eberechi Eze along with West Brom loanee Grady Diangana of QPR to substitute Joe Willock and Dwight McNeil ahead of the Turkey game.
Goalkeepers: Ellery Balcombe (Brentford), Aaron Ramsdale (Bournemouth), Nathan Trott (AFC Wimbledon, on loan from West Ham).
Defenders: Max Aarons (Norwich), Travoh Chalobah (Huddersfield, on loan from Chelsea), Ben Godfrey (Norwich), Marc Guehi (Chelsea), James Justin (Leicester), Jonathan Panzo (Monaco), Steven Sessegnon (Fulham), Ben Wilmot (Swansea, on loan from Watford).
Midfielders: Todd Cantwell (Norwich), Tom Davies (Everton), Phil Foden (Manchester City), Morgan Gibbs-White (Wolves), Eberechi Eze (QPR), Omar Richards (Reading), Oliver Skipp (Tottenham), Grady Diangana (West Brom, on loan from West Ham).
Forwards: Rhian Brewster (Liverpool), Mason Greenwood (Manchester United), Eddie Nketiah (Leeds, on loan from Arsenal), Reiss Nelson (Arsenal).
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