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Under-19s aid preparations for Euro qualifiers

Wednesday, 06 September 2017

Donald Park led his Scotland Under-19s squad for the first time last week as he began life in his new role as head coach.


Taking on Serbia first up, Scotland lost 3-1 with Jack Aitchison scoring in a game where Zak Rudden was sent-off.


In the second match just a day later, Scotland were quick out the blocks and took the lead through Glenn Middleton before Dunfermline Athletic’s Callum Smith notched twice in a thrilling 3-3 draw.


The competition ended in a 2-2 stalemate with Montenegro where Jack Aitchison scored his second goal in the competition. Montenegro then won on penalties, finishing in sixth place.


The under-19s will now play two friendlies against France before the Euro qualifying round against Luxembourg, Armenia and Czech Republic in November.


International Tournament Results 


Thursday, 31 August 2017: Serbia 3-1 Scotland (Jack Aitchison)


Friday, 1 September 2017: Scotland 3-3 Ukraine (Glenn Middleton, Callum Smith (2))


Monday, 4 September 2017: Placing match- Scotland 2-2 Montenegro (Jack Atchison, Stephen Welsh)


Scotland Under-19 Squad




Aidan McAdams (Rangers)

Kieran Wright (Rangers)




Daniel Baur (Heart of Midlothian)

Robbie Deas (Celtic)

Jordan Houston (Rangers)

Lewis Mayo (Rangers) PS

Ryan Porteous Hibernian)

Stephen Welsh (Celtic)

Aidan Wilson (Rangers)




Jamie Barjonas (Rangers)

Charlie Gilmour (Arsenal)

Jordon Holsgrove (Reading)

Fraser Hornby (Everton)

Jonny Mitchell (Falkirk) PS




Jack Aitchison (Celtic)

Glenn Middleton (Norwich)

Callum Morrison (Heart of Midlothian)

Fraser Murray (Hibernian) 

Zak Rudden (Rangers) PS

Callum Smith (Dunfermline Athletic)


PS - denotes Scottish FA JD Performance School player



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