Lancaster City Defender Selected For Scotland U19 Squad

Jack Armer Selected For Scotland U19 Squad

Lancaster City defender Jack Armer has been selected for the Scotland Under-19 squad for two international friendly matches. Billy Stark’s team travel to Pinatar, Spain later this month to take on the Czech Republic twice in three days, the first match will take place on the 18th February at the Hotel La Finca Resort in Alicante, before the second game takes place two days later for which the time is to be confirmed.

Armer, a local lad from Penwortham has represented Scotland at several age levels and is eligible to play for the Scottish side due to his mother’s side of the family. Having joined Preston North Ends academy at the age of seven, he signed a professional one year contract with the club in May 2018.

The young left-back is out on loan for the remainder of the season with Northern Premier League side Lancaster City, after returning to his parent club from an initial loan spell with the Dolly Blues back in December, he took his place on the Preston NE bench against WBA at Deepdale. In his first spell at Lancaster City he made twenty-two appearance, scoring three goals. He has now retruned to the Giant Axe to play under Mark Fell who was keen to secure his services for the rest of the campaign.

Speaking about being selected for scotland U19 side Jack Armer said, “It’s always good to get picked to go away and play against better opposition and people who are more experienced. Quite a lot of players that we play against play first team football regularly so they are obviously a little bit better than you are so you have to learn quickly in order to compete.”

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