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Tottenham youth players named to England U18 and U19 squads

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Go Future-of-Tottenham-Hotspur players!

Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Winks makes his debut against FK Partizan in the Europa League last November.
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Winks makes his debut against FK Partizan in the Europa League last November.
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The England Football Association released team sheets for its England U18 and U19 squads, and several Tottenham Hotspur youth and academy players will represent their country in upcoming matches.

England U18 boss Neil Dewsnip's squad includes right back Kyle Walker-Peters and midfielders Josh Onomah and Luke Amos. The U18s are preparing to face the Switzerland U18 team in two friendlies later this month: a closed-door session at St. George's Park next week followed by a match at Walsall's Banks Stadium on March 28.

The U19 England squad is preparing for two upcoming and critical UEFA U19 Championship Elite Round qualifiers. They travel to France to face Azerbaijan and Denmark's U19 squads for a chance to qualify for the competition, which will be held this summer in Greece. Spurs' Harry Winks was called up by U19 manager Sean O'Driscoll; Winks has played for England's U17 and U18 squads and earned his Tottenham Hotspur senior debut against Partizan in the Europa League last November.

Congrats to Tottenham's exceptional youth!