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Clarets International- McDonald & Easton Get Call

Clarets International- McDonald & Easton Get Call

Clarets midfielder, Kevin McDonald and defender Brian Easton (currently out on loan to his former club Hamilton) have been included in the Scotland under-21 squad for the European Championship qualifier against Azerbaijan at the Falkirk Stadium on Tuesday 2 March.

The Scotland Under 21 side are currently second in the Group 10 table just one point behind Austria with a game in hand. They will be looking for a convincing victory against the bottom side.Azerbaijan Under 21 prop up the table with five defeats in five games plus a bad goal difference of minus 11 goals.


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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Thursday February 18 2010
Time: 5:57PM

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We play Arsenal four days later at the Emirates but McDonald should be OK for that providing he aint injured on the Tuesday night
turfmanphil
18/02/2010 18:00:00
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Well deserved for McDonald. Been impressive recently.
heathfieldclaret
18/02/2010 18:34:00
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Its all good experience. I think McDonald is close to being a good player and hope that he is listening to the advice and coaching he is getting at International level as well as at Gawthorpe. Easton may yet prove to be a Burnley squad member next season when BL runs the knife over the squad in the summer.
VinRogue
18/02/2010 20:10:00
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Interesting comment that Heathfield - I have been a little disapointed with Big Kev recently. I think I have perhaps been expecting to much from someone who is still only 21.
claretdale
20/02/2010 10:29:00
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Can anyone explain why big Kev does not play as well when McCann is on the pitch, it baffles me but even last season I was remarking on it. It makes no sense to me other than is it like Gerrard and Lampard but only in turf speak?
VinRogue
20/02/2010 17:52:00
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