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Squad for Training Camp in October and Champions Trophy final in Slovakia -

Jake Gallagher (Aldershot Town)
Cheye Alexander (Aldershot Town)
James Kellerman (Aldershot Town)
Daniel Jones (Barrow)
Daniel Maguire (Blyth)
Ryan Hutinchson (Blyth)
Jarrett Rivers (Blyth)
Grant Smith (Boreham Wood)
Josh Rees (Bromley)
Morgan Ferrier (Dagenham)
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham)
Matt Robinson (Dagenham)
Sam Ling (Dagenham)
David Ferguson (Darlington)
Darren McQueen (Ebbsfleet)
Jack Powell (Ebbsfleet)
Ryan Croasdale (Kidderminster H)
Alex Wynter (Maidstone)
Euan Van Der Vilet (St Pauls, Jersey (Goalkeeper)
Louis John (Sutton United)
Josh Staunton (Woking)
Joe Ward (Woking)
 

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What's the requirements to get in this team? Other than being below league level? Do clubs have to opt in for their players to be chosen? Surprised there's no Orient/Wrexham/Tranmere players etc
 

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Well that's Wynter off then.
Whenever one of our players is called up for the England C squad they leave not long after.
 

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Welcoming sight to see Ferguson in that squad. He's a very good player at this level and possibly higher.
 

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What's the requirements to get in this team? Other than being below league level? Do clubs have to opt in for their players to be chosen? Surprised there's no Orient/Wrexham/Tranmere players etc

You have to play for a tinpot outfit.
 

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Dan Jones has been excellent for us, and regularly man of the match.
But I think these training squads are mostly to scope out a few players they've not seen a lot of before? Probably a behind closed doors game as well.
 

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Lost 4-1 to Slovakia under 23 today in the Champions Trophy final. Maidstone's Alex Wynter with the goal
 

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That's the last we'll see of England C then.
 

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Actually finished 4-0 the England C goal was ruled out for offside.
 

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England C have announced their squad for the friendly international against Wales C at Jenner Park in Barry on Tuesday, 20th March.
Manager Paul Fairclough has announced his sixteen-man squad to take on the newly-formed Wales C side which was announced yesterday.

It will be England’s first game at this level since they were beaten 4-0 by a strong Slovakian under-21 side in the International Challenge Trophy final last November.

The game has a 7.30pm kick-off.

England C squad:

Goalkeepers:
James Montgomery (Gateshead)
Grant Smith (Boreham Wood)

Defenders:
Louis John (Sutton United)
Daniel Jones (Barrow AFC)
James Jones (Chester FC)
Sam Ling (Leyton Orient)
Josh Staunton (Woking)

Midfielders:
Ryan Croasdale (Kidderminster Harriers)
James Hardy (AFC Fylde)
Jim Kellermann (Aldershot Town)
Rob Ramshaw (Spennymoor Town)
Josh Rees (Bromley)
Tom Walker (Salford City)

Forwards:
Jason Gilchrist (Southport)
Dan Maguire (Blyth Spartans)
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham & Redbridge)

Contingency squad:

Goalkeeper: Brandon Hall (Kidderminster Harriers)

Defenders: David Ferguson (York City), Fraser Horsfall (Kidderminster Harriers), Kane Smith (Boreham Wood), Jordan Tunnicliffe (AFC Fylde), Alex Wynter (Maidstone United)

Midfielders: Charlee Adams (Dagenham & Redbridge), Jake Gallagher (Aldershot Town), Mitchell Pinnock (Dover Athletic), Joe Wheatley (Darlington), Daniel Whitehead (Macclesfield Town)

Forwards: Sam Barratt (Maidenhead United), Luke Coulson (Ebbsfleet United), Morgan Ferrier (Boreham Wood), Joe Leesley (Harrogate Town), Josh Koroma (Leyton Orient), Jarratt Rivers (Blyth Spartans) Tommy Wright (Sutton United)
 

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Yer can forget Danny Whitehead being drafted in, more important things for that lad going on!!
 

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Whilst it's nice to see Louis John included obviously I hope Wales thrash England. Cymru am byth
 

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I'm excited to see how Wales' C team fare in this. Based on Irn Bru Cup results, the better end of the WPL isn't too dissimilar to Scottish Championship quality. It'll be nice to have some sort of a gauge on how good it is compared to England.
 

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Is England C supposed to just give access to semi-pro players to top class training facilities they wouldn’t otherwise have?
 

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I'm excited to see how Wales' C team fare in this. Based on Irn Bru Cup results, the better end of the WPL isn't too dissimilar to Scottish Championship quality. It'll be nice to have some sort of a gauge on how good it is compared to England.

WPL is piss poor tbh
 

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Well done James Jones. He's only played around half a dozen games for us and been recognised at this level.
 

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I'm excited to see how Wales' C team fare in this. Based on Irn Bru Cup results, the better end of the WPL isn't too dissimilar to Scottish Championship quality. It'll be nice to have some sort of a gauge on how good it is compared to England.

Judging by the two ex-Barrow players in their squad - Mike Pearson and James Owen - they are somewhere around EvoStik level.
 

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Is England C supposed to just give access to semi-pro players to top class training facilities they wouldn’t otherwise have?
It used to be for Paul Fairclough to either scout the players of other teams coming up against Barnet, or even better hope they might pick up some little injuries whilst with the C squad.
 

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Fraser Horsfall has been called up this evening.
 

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I'm excited to see how Wales' C team fare in this. Based on Irn Bru Cup results, the better end of the WPL isn't too dissimilar to Scottish Championship quality. It'll be nice to have some sort of a gauge on how good it is compared to England.

Lol ok.
 

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Wales 2- 3 England

Good game.
 

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The best player on the pitch was England's Fejiri Okenabirhie who got a hat-trick as the stadium announcer struggled with his name, in part down to most Welsh sources spelling it wrong. It was a close game that opened up much more in the second half. England went 2-0 up, first from a careless loss of possession by the centre back and second from a penalty given for a questionable foul which seemed outside of the area anyway.
Wales were pretty cagey initially, possibly because they haven't got much experience playing with each other. But after about an hour they played with a bit more fluidity and scored a really good goal assisted by Chris Hugh, who was Wales' best player.
England made it 3-1 after being under some pressure and catching Wales guilty of over committing to going for an equaliser. It seemed like it was all over, but Wales did manage to pull a goal back to make England sweat in the final 5 or 10 minutes.

It was a pretty tight and interesting game where both teams had good periods of domination. England were more organised, but weren't streets ahead of the brand new Welsh team.
 

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Ridiculous that Dan Jones was kept on for 90 mins, when we have a relegation battle with Hartlepool tomorrow. What is the point in picking a contingency squad? Surely someone could have been brought in once this fixture clash came up.
 

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England C squad announced for friendly fixture against FAI Amateur International XI on May 27

Full squad:

Goalkeepers:
Tom McHale (Truro City)
Euan Van der Vliet (St Paul’s)

Defenders:
Kane Smith (Boreham Wood)
Luke Pennell (Dagenham & Redbridge)
Fraser Horsfall (Kidderminster)
Sam Ling (Leyton Orient)
Josh Staunton (Woking)

Midfielders:
Tom Crawford (Chester)
Charlee Adams (Dagenham & Redbridge)
Josef Wheatley (Darlington)
Cavaghn Miley (Eastleigh)
Tom Walker (Salford City)
Ky Marsh-Brown (Whitehawk)

Forwards:
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham & Redbridge)
Josh Koroma (Leyton Orient)
Tommy Wright (Sutton United)
 

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England C about to kick off against a Irish XI in Dublin

England C team: McHale; Ling, Staunton, Horsfall, Pennell; Miley, Adams; Wright; Koroma, Okenabirhie, Marsh-Brown. Subs:Van der Vliet, Crawford, Wheatley, Walker, Brown
 

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