John Carver admits that Scottish talented young people are aiming for the starting point for EURO 2020 with Steve Craik’s team.
Carver believes Scotland has benefited from a one-year delay in the tournament as it has allowed some of future generations to influence the team.
Rangers Nathan Patterson and Chelsea Billy Gilmour are urged to play against the Czech Republic on Monday.
Lanarkshire duo David Turnbull of Wishaw and Kevin Nisbet of Kambaslang are part of a group of players who may have missed the team last summer, but Carver knocked on the door of the start berth. I admit that I am.
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He states: Just look at the three young men who came in.Billy [Gilmour], Nathan [Patterson] And David Turnbull.
“They added quality to the team. When they joined the group, everyone he said [Steve Clarke] I just brought them in for the sake of experience.
“But let me tell you, these guys put pressure on some of the older, more experienced guys who have been around it for a long time.
“That period definitely helped us.
“Looking at Kevin Nisbet coming out of nowhere and seeing the goal he scored against the Netherlands, it was a great finish.”
John Carver admits that Rangers, Celtic and Chelsea kids have started for Scotland
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