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Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen are in the Belgium squad that’s set to meet a Netherlands outfit including Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm in Amsterdam as both sides warm up for 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers next week.

Our England contingent, meanwhile, have matches against rivals Scotland and Spain to look forward to at Wembley, although left-back Ben Davies won’t see any action for Wales – he’s been forced to withdraw from the squad with an ankle injury.

Here’s a full run-down of international fixtures involving our players over the next two weeks (all kick-off times are UK)…

Wednesday, November 9
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against Nigeria in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm / Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Netherlands home friendly against Belgium – kick-off 7.45pm
Jack Roles – Cyprus Under-19s away European Championship qualifier against Croatia – kick-off 12noon

Thursday, November 10
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against South Korea in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Harry Winks – England Under-21s home friendly against Italy at Southampton – kick-off 7.45pm
Jaden Brown, Jon Dinzeyi and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s home match against Poland at Stevenage – tickets available via Stevenage FC – kick-off 7pm

Friday, November 11
Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Canada – kick-off 11am
Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker – England home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Scotland – kick-off 7.45pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan – kick-off 7.45pm
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko – France home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Sweden – kick-off 7.45pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s away European Championship qualifier against Austria – kick-off 5.30pm

Saturday, November 12
Cameron Carter-Vickers – USA home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Mexico – kick-off 12.45am
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s Continental Cup match against Iran in South Korea – kick-off 8am
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Mozambique – kick-off 11am
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Republic of Ireland – kick-off 5pm

Sunday, November 13
Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Belgium home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Estonia – kick-off 7.45pm
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm – Netherlands away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg – kick-off 5pm

Monday, November 14
Harry Winks – England Under-21s away friendly against France – kick-off 7.45pm
Jaden Brown, Jon Dinzeyi and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s home match against France at Peterborough – kick-off 7pm

Tuesday, November 15
Heung-Min Son – South Korea home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan – kick-off 11am
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Liberia – kick-off 11am
Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Danny Rose and Kyle Walker – England home friendly against Spain – kick-off 8pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark away friendly against Czech Republic – kick-off 7.30pm
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko – France home friendly against Ivory Coast – kick-off 8pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s home European Championship qualifier against Austria – kick-off 5pm
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home friendly against Slovakia – kick-off 6.45pm

Wednesday, November 16
Cameron Carter-Vickers – USA away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica – kick-off 2.05am

Midway through last month, young goalkeeper Tom Glover kept two clean sheets for Australia Under-19s in their three group stage matches at the AFC Under-19 Championship in Bahrain. Tom was in goal for a 1-0 win against China, followed by a 3-2 defeat to Uzbekistan and a goalless draw with Tajikistan but those results were insufficient for them to qualify for the quarter-finals of the tournament and, consequently, his nation also missed out on a place at next year’s FIFA Under-20 World Cup.
 
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Spurs' Mousa Dembélé will not play against Estonia for Belgium tonight after not fully recovering from the NLD
 
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Lets hope all the Spurs players are rested for tonight's friendly.

Give some other players the chance!
 
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If clyne,bertrand wheelchair start and do 90mins over walker,rose dier i will be delighted !!
 
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early bad news??,unconfirmed yet

Spurs' Victor Wanyama has been substituted in Kenya's game against Liberia due to a suspected injury, not sure the type of injury yet
 
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early bad news??,unconfirmed yet

Spurs' Victor Wanyama has been substituted in Kenya's game against Liberia due to a suspected injury, not sure the type of injury yet
Contrary to initial Kenyan media reports Wanyama did not suffer an injury yesterday & was substituted as per an agreement with #THFC.

Yeah baby,thats almost as good a news as hopefully aaron cresswell will play from the start.
 
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International fixtures - all of our players' forthcoming matches
Several senior stars are looking forward to qualifying matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, while crucial European Championship qualifiers await a number of of our academy players.

Here’s a full run-down of which of our players are in action and when over the international break (all kick-off times are UK)…

Wednesday, March 22
Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Kyle Walker – England away friendly against Germany – kick-off 7.45pm
Marcus Edwards and Alfie Whiteman – England Under-19s home European Championship elite round qualifier against Norway – kick-off 2pm
Jon Dinzeyi, Samuel Shashoua and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s away friendly against Qatar – kick-off 3pm
Filip Lesniak – Slovakia Under-20s home friendly against Serbia

Thursday, March 23
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Uganda – kick-off 12pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s home friendly against Denmark – kick-off 6.30pm
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s friendly against Portugal in France – kick-off 3pm
TJ Eyoma and Tashan Oakley-Boothe – England Under-17s European Championship elite round qualifier against Czech Republic in Bosnia – kick-off 2pm

Friday, March 24
Ben Davies – Wales away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Republic of Ireland – kick-off 7.45pm
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Moldova – kick-off 7.45pm
Harry Winks – England Under-21s away friendly against Germany – kick-off 7pm
Marcus Edwards and Alfie Whiteman – England Under-19s home European Championship elite round qualifier against Spain – kick-off 2pm
Tom Glover – Australia Under-23s away friendly against Austria – kick-off 6pm
Jon Dinzeyi, Samuel Shashoua and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s away friendly against Qatar – kick-off 3pm

Saturday, March 25
Toby Alderweireld, Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Belgium home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Greece – kick-off 7.45pm
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm – Netherlands away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Bulgaria – kick-off 7.45pm
Hugo Lloris – France away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg – kick-off 7.45pm
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s friendly against France in France – kick-off 5pm
TJ Eyoma and Tashan Oakley-Boothe – England Under-17s European Championship elite round qualifier against Slovenia in Bosnia – kick-off 2pm

Sunday, March 26
Dele Alli, Eric Dier and Kyle Walker – England home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Lithuania – kick-off 5pm
Christian Eriksen – Denmark away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Romania – kick-off 7.45pm
Victor Wanyama – Kenya home friendly against Congo – kick-off 1pm

Monday, March 27
Harry Winks – England Under-21s away friendly against Denmark – kick-off 6pm
Pau Lopez – Spain Under-21s away friendly against Italy – kick-off 8pm
Marcus Edwards and Alfie Whiteman – England Under-19s home European Championship elite round qualifier against Belarus – kick-off 2pm
Tom Glover – Australia Under-23s away friendly against Finland
Jon Dinzeyi, Samuel Shashoua and Japhet Tanganga – England Under-18s away friendly against Saudi Arabia – kick-off 3pm

Tuesday, March 28
Toby Alderweireld, Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen – Belgium away friendly against Russia – kick-off 5pm
Hugo Lloris – France home friendly against Spain – kick-off 8pm
Vincent Janssen and Michel Vorm – Netherlands home friendly against Italy – kick-off 7.45pm
Heung-Min Son – South Korea home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Syria – 12pm
Kevin Wimmer – Austria home friendly against Finland – kick-off 7.45pm
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters – England Under-20s friendly against Senegal in France – kick-off 2.30pm
TJ Eyoma and Tashan Oakley-Boothe – England Under-17s European Championship elite round qualifier against Bosnia-Herzegovina in Bosnia – kick-off 2pm
 
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Why has no-one told Roberto Martinez that Mousa doesn't play midweek games.....especially not fucking friendlies away in Russia!!! Grrrr thanks Roberto - he's starting Mousa, Toby and Jan tonight.....Burnley? well with the exception of Michael Keane most of the rest of them have been on the beach I think.

No injuries lads. ta.
 
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International fixtures - all of our players' forthcoming matches
Posted on 31 May 2017 - 14:35

The first two weeks of June will see many of our players on international duty.

Qualifying matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia are high on the agenda, along with a series of international friendlies and youth tournaments. Later in the month, Pau Lopez is all set for action with Spain Under-21s at the European Under-21 Championship finals.

Among the notable call-ups, right-back Kieran Trippier is in the senior England squad for the first time, while Under-23s centre-back Christian Maghoma has been called into the senior DR Congo squad for a friendly and subsequent Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

The action actually gets underway tonight (Wednesday, May 31) with Vincent Janssen in the Netherlands' squad for an away friendly against Morocco.

Here's a run-down of who is playing where and when over the next couple of weeks (all kick-off times are UK)...

Wednesday, May 31
Vincent Janssen - Netherlands away friendly against Morocco - kick-off 6.30pm

Thursday, June 1
Japhet Tanganga - England Under-20s Toulon Tournament group stage match against Cuba - kick-off 6pm

Friday, June 2
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko - France home friendly against Paraguay - kick-off 8pm

Sunday, June 4
Vincent Janssen - Netherlands home friendly against Ivory Coast - kick-off 6.30pm
Christian Maghoma - DR Congo home friendly against Botswana - kick-off 11am
Japhet Tanganga - England Under-20s Toulon Tournament group stage match against Japan - kick-off 4pm

Monday, June 5
Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen - Belgium home friendly against Czech Republic - kick-off 7.45pm
Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters - England Under-20s FIFA World Cup quarter-final match against Mexico or Senegal - kick-off 12pm

Tuesday, June 6
Christian Eriksen - Denmark home friendly against Germany - kick-off 7.45pm

Wednesday, June 7
Heung-Min Son - South Korea away friendly against Iraq - 6pm

Thursday, June 8
Victor Wanyama - Kenya away Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sierra Leone

Friday, June 9
Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen - Belgium away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Estonia - kick-off 7.45pm
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko - France away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Sweden - kick-off 7.45pm
Vincent Janssen - Netherlands home 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg - kick-off 7.45pm

Saturday, June 10
Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker - England away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Scotland - kick-off 5pm
Christian Eriksen - Denmark away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan - kick-off 5pm
Christian Maghoma - DR Congo home 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Cameroon

Sunday, June 11
Ben Davies - Wales away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Serbia - kick-off 7.45pm
Kevin Wimmer - Austria away 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Republic of Ireland - kick-off 5pm

Tuesday, June 13
Hugo Lloris and Moussa Sissoko / Dele Alli, Eric Dier, Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker - France home friendly against England - kick-off 8pm
Heung-Min Son - South Korea 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier away to Qatar - kick-off 8pm

Saturday, June 17
Pau Lopez - Spain Under-21s European Under-21 Championship group stage match against Macedonia - kick-off 7.45pm

Tuesday, June 20
Pau Lopez - Spain Under-21s European Under-21 Championship group stage match against Portugal - kick-off 7.45pm

Friday, June 23
Pau Lopez - Spain Under-21s European Under-21 Championship group stage match against Serbia - kick-off 7.45pm

Two youth international tournaments are ongoing – young centre-half Cameron Carter-Vickers was sent off for a second bookable offence just before half-time during the USA Under-20 side’s 1-1 draw with Saudi Arabia in their third and final group stage match at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in South Korea on Sunday. That means he’ll be suspended for the States’ round of 16 clash with New Zealand tomorrow (Thursday).

At the same tournament, Josh Onomah and Kyle Walker-Peters both started as England made it through to the quarter-finals with a 2-1 victory over Costa Rica in the round of 16 earlier today (Wednesday). Josh was substituted 15 minutes from time.

Young defender Japhet Tanganga, meanwhile, was an unused substitute for England Under-20s in their Toulon Tournament opener, a 1-0 victory over Angola on Monday.
 
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No guts, no glory. Yeah Hugo farked up but that happens when you play like he does, if he was a steady Eddie and held his position then he would not be the great keeper he is. His kicking is fucking dreadful at times, we all know that, if his feet were as good as his hands then he would be the best in the world without doubt, but I'm happy with him being in the top few.

Criticising him for these 'mistakes' is irritating, like when the numpties whinge on about Dele or Harry shooting when they should have passed, if they didn't shoot, then we would not see the wonder goals we do get to see, if Hugo didn't come out as a sweeper-keeper-super-trooper then we wouldn't see the goal saving challenges he makes. People forget that football is a sport, footy players take chances and they don't always pay off, he who dares Rodney!
 
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Janssen scored for 3rd time in 3 matches for the cloggers,ok this one was a pen,but even so!!
 
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KWP and Onomah may feature today!!

Under-20 World Cup final

Venue:
Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea Date: Sunday, 11 June Kick-off: 11:00 BST
Coverage: Live on BBC Two

Teams out in 20 mins!!
 
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KWP and Onomah may feature today!!

Under-20 World Cup final

Venue:
Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea Date: Sunday, 11 June Kick-off: 11:00 BST
Coverage: Live on BBC Two

Teams out in 20 mins!!
 
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Harry Kane Saves England!

Golden Boot winner Harry Kane saves England with a last minute wonder goal!

#KaneHero

Kane Leadership Fails!

Harry Kane become the first England captain to fail to beat Scotland this century

#Kaneout
 
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Boys done well,Onomah had a very good game at deep CM especially.
 
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Onomah MOTM imo. Bet Poch was watching the lads.
Yes indeed, a really good game for all the England lads, Josh especially. Woodman was magnificent in goal, and what about the tiny little Venezuelan bloke Soltedo? Fast or what? I expect his club telephone at Club Deportivo Huachipato in Chile will be ringing a bit,

What a year for us, we have had a fantastic season, best ever position and loads of other records smashed, Kane wins the Golden Boot - again AND captains England and....

...Josh and Kyle win the World Cup! Anyone who says it's only the under 20s will be sneered at in a sneery tone of voices. It is a huge deal, these are players who are now coming through into Premier League first teams and are the future. This is the first win for England in the 20 plus years the competition have been running, it is a yuge deal. Massive congratulations to all of them!

I can't wait for next season! COYS!
 
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That massive German lad looks like a player... imagine he'd be half a billion quid and want a gold mine every week in payment.
 
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Yes indeed, a really good game for all the England lads, Josh especially. Woodman was magnificent in goal, and what about the tiny little Venezuelan bloke Soltedo? Fast or what? I expect his club telephone at Club Deportivo Huachipato in Chile will be ringing a bit,

What a year for us, we have had a fantastic season, best ever position and loads of other records smashed, Kane wins the Golden Boot - again AND captains England and....

...Josh and Kyle win the World Cup! Anyone who says it's only the under 20s will be sneered at in a sneery tone of voices. It is a huge deal, these are players who are now coming through into Premier League first teams and are the future. This is the first win for England in the 20 plus years the competition have been running, it is a yuge deal. Massive congratulations to all of them!

I can't wait for next season! COYS!
Question is though will premier league clubs allow them to be the future. As far as I'm aware it's only really Spurs and Everton that are prepared to give young English players a chance.

Their growth is being severely stunted by the crazy amounts of money in the pl, clubs tend to prioritise buying a so called ready made player from abroad than giving a young English player time to develop. These kids tend to be given the odd cup game here and there and with that comes so much pressure to perform and if they don't, then they tend to get quickly discarded, whereas what they really need is a consistent run of games.

The pl and the fa seem to be getting wider and wider apart in terms of what's good for national success, until clubs start promoting the development of young English players by giving them more game time, then young English talent will get lost in a world of instant success.
 
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Question is though will premier league clubs allow them to be the future. As far as I'm aware it's only really Spurs and Everton that are prepared to give young English players a chance.

Their growth is being severely stunted by the crazy amounts of money in the pl, clubs tend to prioritise buying a so called ready made player from abroad than giving a young English player time to develop. These kids tend to be given the odd cup game here and there and with that comes so much pressure to perform and if they don't, then they tend to get quickly discarded, whereas what they really need is a consistent run of games.

The pl and the fa seem to be getting wider and wider apart in terms of what's good for national success, until clubs start promoting the development of young English players by giving them more game time, then young English talent will get lost in a world of instant success.
BBC assess that here,no suprise chelsea kids given 4/10 chance of 1st team time !!probably 11/10 chance of a loan deal though.
http://www.bbc.com/sport/england/40244854
 
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Good little piece mate, lot of Everton representation which is a good thing.
Well like us (maybe because of us?) for them even with chinese owners now,its the way to go,us and they had not a lot to lose,I understand to a minor extent the reluctance of united,city,chelsea to buy and not blood youth,but in Rashford/martial/fosu mensa I dont,you can see they are good enough to get more time than any of them had.And Solanke knows the score,got out of SB soon as,doesnt look good after he got MVP of the U20 WC now.So united lost pogba and bought back at a loss of around £90m,chelsea let lukaku go and maybe about to do the same thats after they did the same with Matic (and de bruyne except he went to city in a round about way) .Patience and coaching,did no one see what happened with Bale?or do they really believe it was a god given gift?if so guess they didnt watch his first 3 years with us.

If we and or everton get success with ones of our own,maybe the outlook will change?certainly us and evertons fans appreciate "our" own lads playing,I know I do.The avb team full of so many mercenary journeymen,I ve never felt so distant from the lads playing as then,IMO the soul of a club must have some homegrown,theres more talent in doing that than spending £500m allday.
 

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