Burnley's ?C' team get England call up

Last updated : 25 January 2005 By Tony Scholes

Both were included for the 1-0 win against Holland at Huddersfield earlier in the season. Gary, then at Villa, played the full ninety minutes whilst Chappy as we know came on as a sub and scored the only goal. He is the only player named in the squad to have scored a goal at this level.

Chappy, who is 20 next week, will be hoping for a start this time against the Russians, it is set to go ahead on Tuesday 8th February at The Valley, home of Charlton Athletic.

The Clarets will be hoping that the two England boys will be on form helping them to a victory against Bournemouth in the 4th round of the FA Cup on Saturday, a draw would see the Clarets set for the south coast on the same date and could leave us without both players for a replay should the international rules apply.

So we need to get ourselves a good win on Saturday and then they can go off and represent their country. Disappointingly we won’t be able to tune into this one on television, Sky are concentrating on the Under-21 internationals on the same night.

They are now under new management, with John Peacock having replaced Nigel Pearson as coach since Pearson went to West Brom as Bryan Robson’s number two.

Peacock has included three new players in the squad. They are Bradley Wright-Phillips of Manchester City, his club team mate Chinedum Onuoha and Middlesbrough's Daniel Graham.

The full squad for the Under-20 game is:

Gary Borrowdale (Crystal Palace), Gary Cahill (Aston Villa on loan to Burnley), Richard Chaplow (Burnley), Lee Croft (Man City on loan to Oldham), Liam Fontaine (Fulham), Simon Francis (Sheffield United), Ross Gardner (Nott’m Forest), Daniel Graham (Middlesbrough), Neil Kilkenny (Birmingham on loan to Oldham), Stacy Long (Charlton), Chinedum Onuoha (Man City), David Raven (Liverpool), Cherno Samba (Cadiz), Mark Smyth (Liverpool), Luke Steele (Man Utd on loan to Coventry), Ross Turnbull (Middlesbrough on loan to Barnsley), Bradley Wright-Phillips (Man City).