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International round-up: Bolton Wanderers' March call-ups

19 March 2018

As Bolton Wanderers head into the March international break on a high after Saturday's victory over Aston Villa, a handful of senior and academy players will now be looking to catch the eye after being called up to represent their respective nations.

With two Whites hoping to make their senior international debuts, bwfc.co.uk rounds up the Bolton players set to link up with their countries and all the information you need to keep track of our international Trotters' exploits!

 

Antonee Robinson - U.S. Men's National Team

Having impressed for Wanderers so far this season, making 30 appearances and registering five assists, the Everton loanee was delighted to be handed his maiden USA call-up by interim head coach Dave Sarachan.

Robinson, who is eligible through his father, previously represented the United States at Under-18s level in 2014 and will hopeful of making his international debut against Paraguay after being included in a youthful 22-man squad for their upcoming international friendly.

USA v Paraguay, Tuesday 27 March, KO 11pm.

 

Adam Mitchell - New Zealand Senior Squad

Another player in line to make their senior international debut during the upcoming break is Wanderers Under-23s defender Adam Mitchell.

The 21-year-old, who has twice been called up by New Zealand before without winning a senior international cap, previously represented the All Whites before at both the the 2013 FIFA Under-17s World Cup and the 2015 FIFA Under-20s World Cup.

Having been included in New Zealand's 24-man squad to face Canada in Murcia, Spain, the centre-back will be hoping to catch the eye of new head coach Fritz Schmid.

New Zealand v Canada, Saturday 24 March, KO 3pm.

 

Harry Charsley - Republic of Ireland Under-21s

Harry Charsley will hoping to help Republic of Ireland move one step closer to qualifying for the 2019 UEFA Under-21 Championships during the upcoming international break.

The Everton loanee has helped the young Boys in Green occupy second place in Group 5, two points behind leaders Germany, at the halfway point in qualification.

Having not turned out for Wanderers since his debut outing against Brentford, the midfielder will looking to get some minutes in his legs as Ireland take on Iceland in a friendly before hosting Azerbaijan in their latest qualifier.

Republic of Ireland Under-21s v Iceland Under-21s, Thursday 22 March, KO 7.30pm.

Republic of Ireland Under-21s v Azerbaijan Under-21s, Tuesday 27 March, KO 7.30pm.

 

Luca Connell - Republic of Ireland Under-17s

Having progressed to the Elite round of 2018 UEFA European Under-17s Championship qualification, Luca Connell will be looking to help Republic of Ireland secure their place at this summer's finals in England.

Host nation for next year's competition, Ireland travel to Poland where Macedonia, Georgia and Poland stand in between them a place at this year's finals. 

Republic of Ireland Under-17s v Macedonia Under-17s, Wednesday 21 March, KO 4.30pm.

Republic of Ireland Under-17s v Georgia Under-17s, Saturday 24 March, KO 4.30pm.

Republic of Ireland Under-17s v Poland Under-17s, Tuesday 27 March, KO 3pm.

 

ROUND-UP

PLAYER NATIONAL TEAM SQUAD OPPONENT MATCH DATE VENUE COMPETITION KICK-OFF (UK TIME)
Antonee Robinson USA Senior Paraguay Tuesday 27 March

Sahlen’s Stadium, WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, North Carolina

USA

Friendly 23.00
Adam Mitchell New Zealand Senior Canada Saturday 24 March

Pinatar Arena, Murcia

Spain

Friendly 15.00
Harry Charsley Republic of Ireland Under-21s Iceland Thursday 22 March

Tallaght Stadium, Dublin

Ireland

Friendly 19.30
      Azerbaijan Tuesday 27 March

Tallaght Stadium, Dublin

Ireland

UEFA U21 Qualifier 19.30
Luca Connell Republic of Ireland Under-17s Macedonia Wednesday 21 March

Chrobry Glogow SA

Poland

UEFA U17 Qualifier 16.30
      Georgia Saturday 24 March

Chrobry Glogow SA

Poland 

UEFA U17 Qualifier 16.30
      Poland Tuesday 27 March

Stadion MKS Miedz Legnica

Poland

UEFA U17 Qualifier 15.00

Good luck to all Wanderers players involved with their national sides this month. Fans can keep updated with all four's exploits courtesy of bwfc.co.uk's international watch series.


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