Three Spurs youngsters called up to England under 17 squad:

Three Spurs youngsters called up to England under 17 squad:


Three of our youngsters have been included in the England under 17 squad for next weeks Euro under 17 qualifiers against Azerbaijan, Romania and Austria. The three youngsters that have been called up are Timothy Eyoma, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster and Tashan Oakley-Boothe. Timothy Eyoma is a talented centre back who has featured on numerous occasions for our under 18’s and under 19’s so far this season, the first year scholar has so far adapted really well to under 18 football and Eyoma looks like a really good prospect. The young centre back played for England under 16’s on a numerous occasions last season. In addition talented right back Brooklyn Lyons-Foster is another player to have been called up, Lyons-Foster who is still a school boy is a highly rated talent in our academy and the youngster is already showing Huge potential having been called up to under 17’s yet again. Another player called up is Tashan Oakley-Boothe, the 16 year old midfielder has really impressed for our under 18’s this season and the midfielder has already featured twice for our under 23’s this season as well as being a regular starter for our under 19’s in the UEFA Youth league. Oakley-Boothe is a fantastic talent and he was recently included in the Guardians article which included their 20 best talents in the premier league that were born in the year 2000.


Meanwhile Scotlands under 16 squad has been announced for the forthcoming Victory shield tournament and talented Spurs under 15’s centre back Luis Binks has been included in their squad. A link providing Scotland’s full squad is provided in the link below.

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