Be it north or south or even abroad, Scotland has so many promising players who are making their first move or looking forward to making their mark in the senior game. This majestic country produced some fantastic football players: James McFadden, Tommy Burns, Billy McNeil, and many others. Although the lions are long gone, the country does not have to worry a bit since its future looks very bright.
But we are not here to talk about any star players. Instead, this article will give you some insights into the potential young players with unlimited talent.
Are you ready to meet these talents? Well! Here it goes!
He is a Chelsea midfielder who made his debut as a substitute against Sheffield United in the year 2019. Various football professionals are pretty amazed by his personality and talent. In fact, looking at Billy Gilmour profile, most call him a “kid who looks like a 15-year-old” but is a seasoned pro, especially after he gave a Man of the Match performance against Liverpool to drive them out of the FA cup. The good news is that Scotland has named this young midfielder in their 26-man squad for Euro 2020. Isn’t that exciting?
He has been a part of many squads after being called for the doubleheader against Cyprus and Kazakhstan in 2019. Many believe that since Scotland operates a system where they use three center backs, he could be pretty valuable for the team in tournaments coming up.
Many professionals exclaim that he is the star in the making. This player is making sure to remain consistent during every game. Aaron, the former Hearts Star, is already nominated for the prestigious Golden Boy award. He’s been doing wonders after moving to Bologna after his breakthrough at Tynecastle. He was called up to the Scotland Under-21 squad for the first time to play against Croatia and Greece. However, he wishes to play for the Scotland squad more and is waiting for his call.
This young Scottish player has got massive potential. In fact, many experts exclaim that he’s got everything that’s required for this game. He is comfortable, quick, strong, and the best part is that he can read the game pretty well.
Undefeated in his appearance for Scotland u19, he wishes to play for English Premier League clubs, including Brighton, where his former manager Billy Reid is an assistant manager.
There is no doubt that the country is full of talent. All one needs to do is find the potential and improve them. Also, the aim must be to provide all the nitty-gritty details to enhance their chances of becoming the top talent of the world.
Earning first-hand experience must be the goal of the young football players to improve their chances of breaking into the senior squad even more. After all, they are the future of Scotland who will help the country win laurels in the years to come.
Who knows, these players might go on to become the legends of this game? That would be so amazing, isn’t it?